A few days ago, I told a friend’s mother that I hoped to pursue a career in journalism. The woman, a journalist herself, smiled at me as she replied, “Now, I’m just going to let you know, it’s a dying industry.”
I will be honest — that feels strange to say. But it is true. Newspapers do not exist anymore in the traditional sense. Instead, The Daily Texan is a media organization that publishes on multiple platforms.
"Instead of tagging a scarlet letter on the use of plastic bags in general, environmental activists should focus on educating the public to always store, reuse, and recycle them." A Daily Texan columnist responds to the new city ordinance regarding plastic shopping bags.