UT Police Department debuts new therapy dog for dispatchers, staff and students
After an influx of calls related to the May 2017 on-campus stabbing came in, UT Police Department dispatchers found it difficult to cope with the stress of their jobs. Because of this, UTPD dispatch supervisor Kim Schultz decided to bring her 14-year-old Dachshund, Bella, into the dispatch center. Read this story
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- For Hindus, Diwali is an annual celebration of good conquering evil in the epic “Ramayana.” In the epic’s climax, Rama defeats the demon king Ravana and returns home. The story can be interpreted as light’s victory over darkness, said Ganesh Chittari, biology and French sophomore.
- About 40 percent of Thanksgiving food goes to waste, which is equivalent to 204 million pounds of turkey, according to a 2016 report by the environmental advocacy group Natural Resources Defense Council.
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- Columnist Chen-Pang Chang urges professors to cut back on the environmental impact of their classes by getting rid of blue books.
- Columnist Lizeth Badillo encourages students to vote with their wallets and reject fast fashion.
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- Texas was engaged in a hard fought battle on Monday night against North Texas, eventually leaving Denton with a 64-54 win. Now back in Austin, the Longhorns welcome in McNeese State, trying to expand on the early season lessons they’ve learned so far in the young season.
- As insane as it sounds to say aloud, Week Ten of the 2018 NFL season has come to its conclusion. With another week of NFL games comes more performances and storylines pertaining to former Longhorns that must be discussed.
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- The creators of “Wreck-It Ralph” were ambitious with their move from the small atmosphere of Litwak’s arcade to the vast world of the internet, but it paid off.
- Plastic water bottles overflow shopping carts and spill onto the ground in front of Jester Plaza. For three hours on Wednesday, Nov. 14, over 2,000 plastic water bottles were haphazardly thrown into a pile.