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Copy lioness leaves behind pride for new plains
May 2, 2014
I’ll always remember everything about working at the Texan.
Throwback Thursday: Attitudes about finals remain unchanged
May 1, 2014
A group of 1943 Daily Texan articles that announced the beginning of dead week reveal that students’ views, study methods and attitudes surrounding final exams haven’t changed much in the last 70 years.
Throwback Thursday: 1972 predictions for the future are utterly bizarre
March 27, 2014
In 1972, The Daily Texan predicted that such technological achievements as clones, video calls and virtual classes would be available to UT students by the early ’90s.
Throwback Thursday: UT's World War II dating bureau takes love off the battlefield
February 20, 2014
Searching for a date in the digital age is as easy as opening an app and scrolling through a list of nearby singles, but, before modern technology, finding a date was a chancy pursuit.
Throwback Thursday: Race remains an issue 50 years after UT Athletics’ integration
January 22, 2014
Two years after a 1961 student referendum called for integration of the University’s athletic programs, the UT System Board of Regents removed all of its race-based student restrictions on Nov. 9, 1963. Seven days later, the University’s Athletic Council opened its doors to black athletes for the first time.
Throwback: Young Conservatives of Texas have history of not shying away from controversy
November 20, 2013
The Young Conservatives of Texas, also known as YCT, have not shied away from provocative stances and displays throughout their past, and the group’s latest demonstration is no exception.
Throwback Thursday: Petty party politics and the government shutdown
October 24, 2013
One of the biggest competitions in party politics surfaces near the end of each fiscal year.
Throwback Thursday: Co-ed Curfews at The University of Texas in the 1960's
September 26, 2013
An early morning Big Bite feast after a night of barhopping until closing time is not an unfamiliar scenario to many UT students. But female students in the early 1960s were not so lucky.