In the October 7 edition of Horns Up, Horns Down, the Daily Texan Editorial Board weighs in on the upcoming Red River Showdown against Oklahoma and the implications of online threats to campus security.
The Daily Texan Editorial Board weighs in which ways campus can engage with the campus carry working group to influence the implementation of SB 11 after the Texas Legislature passed the bill despite student opposition.
The Daily Texan Editorial Board argues that the AAU survey results highlight the inadequacy of current policies, and that UT's participation in the UT System four-year sexual assault survey is an opportunity to identify demographics and environments that contribute to the epidemic of sexual assaults on college campuses.
The Daily Texan Editorial Board weighs in on the University's inability to provide adequate information about its background check procedures and hiring processes following the Austin American-Statesman's report that the University employed two students who were previously convicted of assault in what APD investigated as a hate crime.
The Daily Texan Editorial Board believes the Jefferson Davis statue's removal is a new beginning for social change and student activism on campus, but only if students recognize their potential and commit to active allyship.