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The Daily Texan is struggle for power, Ping-Pong wins
May 5, 2016
Associate editor Davis Clark expounds on the virtues of brevity in his farewell to The Daily Texan.
Future is promising for student-athlete balance
January 21, 2016
Associate Editor Davis Clark believes UT Athletics dodged controversy and gained an opportunity through the favorable academic integrity verdict.
How Paxton indictment and possible resignation could affect UT
August 10, 2015
Associate Editor Davis Clark examines how the indictment of Attorney General Ken Paxton on felony charges will affect campus news and happeneings.
Cautious optimism as the struggle with campus carry begins
July 28, 2015
With hopeful reserve, Associate Editor Davis Clark looks ahead to the issues the yet-to-be-assembled task force on implementing campus carry at UT will face.
Four things students should know about the West Campus death
July 19, 2015
Editor-in-Chief Claire Smith and Associate Editor Davis Clark examine the campus implications of the July 17 death of a West Campus resident.
Emotional well-being of children must be the primary concern in conversion therapy debate
July 15, 2015
Associate Editor Davis Clark believes that this period of LGBT rights advancement must include a national focus on eradicating harmful conversion therapy.
UT wisely expands same-sex partner benefits to comply with Obergefell ruling
June 30, 2015
Associate Editor Davis Clark believes the extension of spousal benefits to same-sex couples is a favorable development for the University and members of the campus community.
Communal sigh of relief as Google announces 'undo send' feature
June 25, 2015
Hall takes pursuit of information to injurious extremes
June 21, 2015
Associate Editor Davis Clark argues Regent Hall should not jeopardize the standing of the University through his potential law suit.
June 21, 2015
Associate Editor Davis Clark's pick for the redesigned $10 bill is no laughing matter.
Convert outrage over police brutality into solutions
June 12, 2015
Associate Editor Davis Clark thinks the outrage over recent police brutality in McKinney, Texas is an opportunity for Texans to produce better programs to reduce racially biased incidents.