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Reforms to Title IX Pt. 1

Written by Brooke Quach. Graphic by Peyton Cabaniss.   Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 started as a federal law pertaining to gender discrimination in university athletic departments and has now expanded to cover all programs and activities at public and private educational institutions that receive public funding. The law states that “No person in the United […]

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Work Beyond the Classroom

Written by Christina Lopez. Graphic by Peyton Cabaniss.   It takes planning, persistence, and prioritization. As college tuition costs skyrocket, more full-time students are taking on jobs to finance their college experience. According to CNBC, a 2015 study from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce found that in the past 25 years, over 70 percent of college students […]

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A Dark Ride

Written by Niti Majethia. Graphic by Peyton Cabaniss.   How to be intoxicating? Make your flaws your very own trademarks. How to be a work of Art? Let your deepest wounds breathe. Let them teach you how to set your inner soul free. How to be raw? Do not tame your chaos. Unleash the true golden lioness roaring underneath your […]

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There is a Wolf

Written by Hannah Jarzombek. Graphic by Peyton Cabaniss.   There is a Wolf that Lives in the Woods and Speaks with a Loved One’s Voice The wolf is not the villain in this story. . . . The book burned quickly in the late evening fire. Abram stared at the delicate pages curling in on themselves before they burned into […]

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A Presentation of Truths

Written by Nathan Pastrano. Last spring, I found myself doing what I considered to be daring. No, not daring as in eating an entire pint of ice cream in one serving, going downtown the night before an exam, or even skydiving. Instead, I was completing my last five undergraduate English courses in one semester. Yup, you read that right: all […]

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Le spectacle

Written by Eleni Theodoropoulos. Graphic by Peyton Cabaniss. The spicy smell of salep and the sound of frothing milk filled the air between the show tents. Vendors called out their products, bargained, and jeered at you if you ignored them or preferred their competitor’s baklava. Ophélie’s parents lapsed into an argument over by the stained glass jewelry. How come you […]

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a memory

Written by Matthew Yu. Photo by Matthew Yu. a memory everlasting, a line that twists into an oval, sprouting features, lips, contours of a face I’ve known for so long, but can’t comprehend -so I stare into its velvet black eyes, whose laugh pulls at my hair and crinkles, echoing away into space like pieces of cellophane that slide down […]

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The Unstoppable Jaguar

Written by Bahareh Sharafi. The astounding motivation of African Americans is why the significant progression that will take place for Black America can only be described in one word: phenomenal. The compassion, the sleepless motivation and the initiation of ambition that revolves around these humble individuals will reveal itself. This suppressive cloak of invisibility that has oppressed these people and […]

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Opportunity and Proximity

Written by Hayley Wood. It’s 3:30 on a Wednesday afternoon. The Texas sun illuminates the east side of campus as students trek towards the stadium for their commute home. For those heading southbound on E 23rd Street, life at UT is strikingly different from their peers headed home to West Campus. The 680 bus becomes crowded until every nearly every […]

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The Journey

Written by Niti Majethia. The dark in you will say what it wants.. never listen to the darkness listen to the art the art that lights up all your insides when you talk about what you love.. compassion that flows within you when you release the longings of your soul. And when you look at the scars in your heart, […]

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The Power of Alternative Breaks

Written by Yulissa Chavez. Photo by Yulissa Chavez. The Alternative Breaks Program (AB) within the Longhorn Center for Community Engagement aims to help students become more aware of the social problems that occur outside of the UT Austin community.  This year, the coordinators of the Alternative Breaks Program decided to bring their team of seven students to the very south of […]

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Please Hear Us

Written by Brooke Quach. #Metoo. Aziz Ansari. Cat Person. #Timesup. Performative allyship. Consent. Sex Ed. These are only some of phrases, names, and ideas that have been thrown around social media in the midst of the movement against sexual harassment and assault. These terms embody the nuances of the movement and bring to light the systemic problems that perpetuate these […]

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The Lockers in Rainey Hall

Words by Reese Grayson. Photos by Reese Grayson. There are very few buildings at UT that have been untouched by the university’s massive expansion and the need to use space more efficiently. Old buildings are either replaced or renovated to serve another purpose. Although many spaces on campus have been repurposed, original architectural designs and structures tell a story and […]

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LAC’s Inaugural Undergraduate Research Competition

Written by Christina Lopez. Photos by Christina Lopez.  Liberal Arts Council’s Academic Affairs Committee hosted their first Undergraduate Research Competition on Saturday, April 28th. Ten undergraduate students presented their research to a faculty panel composed of a variety of liberal arts professors. The presenters had ten minutes to explain their research, followed by five minutes of question and answer. The top […]

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The South Asian Dilemma

Written by Hira Vayani. Many South Asian children’s earliest memories include their family and a stethoscope. It’s the child’s 4th birthday, and they have received a doctor’s kit as a present. This is just the beginning of the continuous career conditioning, as most people in the South Asian community have a narrow definition of success, due to cultural and societal […]

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Funny For A Woman

Written by Amina Amdeen. Images provided by Kaci Beeler and Nancy Norton. Of all the universal truths, “laughter is the best medicine” is my favorite. Not only has it endured the test of time, as proven by the continued importance of jokes in every culture, but it has also withstood countless social transformations. No matter what upheaval we experience in our […]