In this week's podcast, Jacob Kerr, Amanda Voeller and guest Bobby Blanchard discuss the Interfraternity Council's decision not to endorse a candidate in the Student Government races and the results of the Senate of College Councils election. They also discuss Bobby's recent in-depth story on connections between the SG executive alliance campaigns and student organizations on campus.
In the face of serious financial shortfalls, the Texas Student Media board discussed a budget proposal on Friday which would include reducing The Daily Texan to a weekly, rather than daily, printing schedule.
The underrepresentation of women in sports media coverage was the subject of a talk by Cheryl Cooky, sociology and women’s studies associate professor at Purdue University, at the Jesse H. Jones Communication Center on Thursday.
After President Barack Obama made a comment about majoring in art history, art history professor Ann Johns sent the White House a response refuting his statement. What Johns didn’t expect was to receive a handwritten apology from Obama.
After a breach of more than 300,000 personal records — including students’ social security numbers — at the University of Maryland, College Park, UT information security officials said while the University has a strong security program, any system can be hacked.
City police officers arrested a woman around 10:45 a.m. Thursday for failing to provide identification after she was stopped near the intersection of 24th and San Antonio, outside Big Bite Pizza & Grill.