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Humans have never lived with levels of carbon dioxide as high as they are today, and these increasing greenhouse gases are contributing to sea-level rise,... [Read More]
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Gonzalez said he searched Criner's bags and found a MacBook laptop. Weiser's friends testified on Wednesday that Weiser had a MacBook in her possession before... [Read More]
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Columnist Emily Caldwell prompts students to take the whole world by the horns. [Read More]
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Columnist Mayowa Grace Oyenubi proposes an expansion of the emergency alert system to include construction that will interrupt non-vehicular traffic. [Read More]
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Columnist Jacob Palmer advocates for more informed t-shirt buying practices on campus. [Read More]
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The trial continued Thursday for Meechaiel Criner, the 20-year-old indicted on capital murder in connection with the death of dance freshman Haruka Weiser. [Read More]
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Columnist Ryan Chandler pushes students to take responsibility for their on-campus dining. [Read More]
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In the wake of the state of Texas ruling against the constitutionality of bag bans, columnist Alyssa Jingling encourages UT students to remain mindful of... [Read More]
Following head coach David Pierce's arrival at Texas two seasons ago, the Longhorn coaching staff began awarding annual team honors to highlight the successes of... [Read More]
Former Texas women's basketball standout Ariel Atkins has been nominated for the 2018 NCAA Woman of the Year award, Texas Athletics announced in a press... [Read More]
Senior defensive back Kris Boyd and senior defensive lineman Breckyn Hager were both selected to the Preseason All-Big 12 team, the conference announced Wednesday. [Read More]
A HEB-licensed pharmacy will be built in UT's Dell Medical School, as space was approved to be leased out by the Board of Regents during... [Read More]
The remaining members of the jury were chosen Tuesday for the trial of Meechaiel Criner, the 20-year-old indicted on capital murder charges in connection with... [Read More]
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