A panel of students and guest speakers discussed methods to ensure the success of undocumented students in a nation, which the students say has raised them but does not recognize them, at a symposium on Friday.
In the midst of one of the worst droughts in Texas history, professors’ research on water is becoming more relevant to students who will have an opportunity in November to vote on a Texas constitutional amendment increasing water project funding.
Planned Parenthood will use research from the Texas Policy Evaluation Project, headed by UT professor Joseph Potter, to justify a request for a preliminary injunction against a set of new abortion restrictions passed by the Texas Legislature in July.
State Sen. Wendy Davis, D-Fort Worth, threw her hat into the ring for the 2014 Texas Gubernatorial elections in Fort Worth on Thursday afternoon. Davis, the runaway favorite for the Democratic nomination, will likely face Greg Abbott, Texas attorney general and front-runner for the Republican nomination.
Our multimedia department visited the Texas Tribune Festival to hear some of the biggest names in Texas politics speak about the issues that matter in the state-wide conversation. Check out what you might have missed at the festival.