Donald Trump’s use of insults in his campaign for president may actually serve as incentive for his supporters because of a psychological desire to belong, according to Julie Irwin, Red McCombs School of Business professor.
Student Government proposed Assembly Resolution 19 recommending University Health Services to provide one day a semester of free testing for sexually transmitted infections, with the possibility of transitioning into an appointment based model after two years.
Police reform not only requires action from the federal government, but also requires the community to hold officers accountable, according to Christy E. Lopez, UT School of Law’s current G. Rollie White Public Interest Scholar.
UT’s Population Research Center studied the impact of withdrawing federal funding from Planned Parenthood on the increase in Medicaid-paid childbirths, particularly in women who had used injectable contraception from Planned Parenthood.
Donald Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) placed first in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night, winning the highest number of delegates and re-establishing the two as fierce competitors for their respective parties’ nomination.
While most of the Democrats running for House District 49 have reached out to several campus organizations in an effort to gain student support, there are still some groups — such as College Republicans — who have yet to recieve any form of outreach.