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Dolph Briscoe IV
Dolph Briscoe IV
In wake of midterm elections, both parties should take note
November 13, 2014
What do the midterm election results mean for the futures of both parties?
Despite dismal approval rating, Obama can leave lasting legacy
October 29, 2014
Columnist Dolph Briscoe IV says President Barack Obama could still go down in history as a great president, despite his approval rating.
Historical perspective gives insight into likely outcome of elections
October 15, 2014
Daily Texan columnnist Dolph Briscoe IV says, based on history, Republicans will largely win midterm elections.
Students should not be afraid to approach teaching assistants
September 30, 2014
UT teaching assistant and Daily Texan columnist explains why TAs are not to be feared.
How to apply to grad school
September 17, 2014
Daily Texan columnist and graduate student Dolph Briscoe IV gives advice on how to apply to grad school.
U.S. should use caution in current Iraq crisis
July 22, 2014
The United States’ past experiences with intervention in crises abroad illustrate the need for restraint in a dangerous world.
Spurs show that teamwork isn't dead in modern sports
July 4, 2014
In an industry increasingly plagued by an individual-first attitude, the San Antonio Spurs, with their recently won fifth NBA championship, show us the continued importance of teamwork, says Dolph Briscoe IV.
With November battles already playing out, Longhorns should pay close attention to candidates
June 15, 2014
In order to be informed voters in the November elections, Longhorns need to pay close attention to the scene unfolding on the political stage, says columnist Dolph Briscoe IV.
Regent drama recalls previous fights over UT governance
June 2, 2014
With a House committee beginning to draft articles of impeachment against Regent Wallace Hall, Dolph Briscoe IV urges us to look back at previous governance tussles to avoid making the same mistake again.