The Shorthorn’s editor-in-chief describes how the student publication serves its community.
To others, a family is determined by the DNA or legal papers one shares with others. For me, my family is chosen by a connection that defies genetics: love.
It doesn’t take much to hear about sex trafficking nowadays. Videos of kidnapping attempts and missing people on Twitter leave users uneasy. Cases like the one involving Jeffrey Epstein, a high-profile billionaire who sexually exploited teenagers for years, dominate the conversation.
With new buildings coming to campus, UTA should pay special attention to accessibility while planning and creating these spaces.
Community Voices columnist Jonathan Demarest thinks critical issues like healthcare are overlooked in the media in favor of coverage of Trump's impeachment investigation.
The first Thanksgiving was a convergence of cultures, so including authentic dishes from different countries emphasizes the diversity of our nation's history.
Telenovelas are a staple in many Latinx households. For many, they are a form of overdramatic and entertaining storytelling that pulls you in with relatable plotlines and characters.
In mishandling their response, professional journalists turned what could have been a learning experience into an admonishment.
Many of Christ’s teachings were in support of peace, kindness and acceptance and therefore should be used by the progressive movement.
Increasingly, it feels as though we are living in an age of unprecedented global anxiety. Our oceans are acidifying. The Amazon is ablaze. And it’s getting hot. Like, distressingly hot.
The Halloween season welcomes more than ghosts and goblins. There are pumpkin patches, haunted houses and the ever popular Halloween party, where guests of age can drink the night away and forget about the horrors of midterms. With all that comes a few words of advice to help ensure your Hal…
Failure to participate in the Global Climate Strike on campus reflects student indifference towards the wellbeing of the planet we call home
Community Voices columnist Kara Otuke says the unique challenges black immigrants face deserve more awareness in the debate.
The Health Center is now offering free flu vaccinations in its immunization center, which are funded by student fees and provided at no additional cost.
It has been eight weeks since the start of the fall semester. With application deadlines and assignments piling up, it’s possible to lose focus on what you’re trying to accomplish not just in school, but in life after college.
Community Voices columnist Jonathan Demarest says the Democratic National Committee is using the impeachment to aid Joe Biden’s presidential run.
The county has opted out of providing an early voting location on campus in response to House Bill 1888, citing budget restrictions