The Horn columnist Mac McCann feels final exams should be done away with for other methods of leaning that studies show are more effective.
Short answer: not as much as it could be. Long answer: while Iron Man 3 continues the trend of flooding the screen with bikini-clad trophies, Pepper Potts is a big dose of redemption.
In a year of reporting on women’s issues, we’ve seen both rousing victories and continuing challenges. To celebrate A Study in Pink’s first birthday, we present the best (and worst) of both.
The Horn columnist Mac McCann weighs in on the importance of a solid understanding of science by the American public, not just for learning-sake, but so they can elect officials who will make logical science-related policies.
On April 24th, wear denim to show your support for rape survivors and your commitment to tearing down rape culture in America and worldwide.
The Horn's Mac McCann actually agrees with Rick Perry on something in his column proposing that banning texting while driving isn't a good idea.
DC Comics’ Wonder Woman has long been a paragon of women’s virtue, wisdom, and strength. Her newly revised backstory instead portrays women as rapists and murderers. Thanks a bunch.
Writer Katey Psencik blogs about her attempt at a three-day juicing cleanse. Her verdict? Don't waste your time.
As the newly released song "Accidental Racist" by Brad Paisley and LL Cool J causes a stir across the web, The Horn columnist Mac McCann weighs in, comparing it to some circumstances at UT, calling the song "ignorant" and calling for education, rather than hate, for those with racist views stemming from ignorance.
There are many types of feminism, and some of them may seem retrograde to the untrained eye. Some people parade these types of feminism for all the wrong reasons.