What I've Done

  • The Senate of College Councils has been tabling weekly in front of Gregory Gym to allow study abroad students to mark their locations on a World Map, which will be displayed on the first floor of the Perry-Castañeda Library.
  • iCracked has technicians on college campuses all over the country, including UT, who can fix a smashed iPhone in minutes for a fraction of the price of other companies.
  • The speakers of Sunday’s Dan Davidson Civic Forum tackled the history, misunderstandings and facts of modern slavery.
  • The Horn's Jessica Huff responds to the thoughts of many students after President Powers released an email last Thursday about high productivity at UT.
  • A UT Economics professor argues there are prejudices against ugly people, making them discriminated against and just as qualified to receive affirmative action.
  • One faculty member and one student will serve on the University Budget Council, President Powers announced Monday, Aug. 22., which UT student government began fighting for two and a half years ago.
  • By opposing abortion and Planned Parenthood, Texas Republicans in actuality are hurting all Texas women when basic health care coverage is slashed. Will this cost them in the 2012 elections?
  • The University of Texas System agreed to pay $70,000 in response to Rick O’Donnell’s plans to sue the university, as well as give him a letter stating that O’Donnell was inaccurately portrayed by his critics.
  • Our news reporter makes the case for Congress to set aside political agendas and work together in order to take steps toward fixing the problems in our nation.
  • The Senate's special session budget bill now allocates $560 million to the TEXAS Grants program, which will serve 1,100 eligible freshmen and 3,330 continuing students at UT.