Monday's Supreme Court ruling is a decisive victory for the LGBTQ community, but a recent ruling by the Trump administration puts health care for trans people under fire.
The reason these protests keep happening should be easy enough to grasp: the very people the movement is speaking to are simply not listening to the message.
It’s been two months since classes were held on campus, and The Shorthorn posed three questions to students about how they are dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
If a student or employee gets sick because of the coronavirus, the fallout and blame could fall on the shoulders of our campus and UT System leaders.
Offering people basic income can be effective especially during an unpredictable crisis like this pandemic.
Instead of keeping seniors in limbo, the university can learn from how Arlington ISD is handling its spring 2020 graduation ceremonies.
By attending student organization meetings, encouraging diverse op-ed columnists and attending multicultural events, journalists may just find the next big, untold story.
Trump has possessed little to no qualities of a suitable leader in a time of crisis and has shown a lack of basic competence in understanding the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite Abbott ending the state’s stay-at-home order and superseding local shelter-in-place orders, it’s imperative that we as residents do not perceive this as a win over COVID-19.
Many nonessential businesses are reopening with restrictions, but leaving self-isolation so soon isn’t worth the risk.
Community Voices columnist Jordan K. Joiner argues that arbitration essentially limits your right to a jury trial in many civil cases, and mandatory arbitration clauses discourage employees from making claims when their rights are violated.
Many students are financially insecure during the pandemic, and alleviating this stress could help them focus on studying or job hunting.
If we wish to reopen businesses to minimize the economic impact of the virus, we must inform the decision with more widespread testing.
Figures such as Zeb Strong Jr., 29-year employee and primary adviser to over 40 organizations for students of color, would be more appropriate to immortalize.
Social distancing is impacting people’s mental health in different ways, but there are steps we can take to combat these negative effects.
Just like the essential workers keeping cities operational, UTA has its share of essential workers who put themselves and their health at risk for our university.
For something as basic and crucial for living as food, not aiding one another if we have the opportunity stands against everything we are as a nation and community.
Community Voices columnist Landry Rhodes explains how Joe Biden could better connect to differing groups of voters by learning a thing or two from Bernie Sanders’ campaign.
When choosing whose hands to put our university in, the UT System must secure a leader that prioritizes transparency and empowerment for the future of the university.
Guest columnist Leah Cook argues that with a Senate unwilling to hold President Donald Trump accountable, we have to support transgender people at the ballot box.
Don’t contribute to the rise of coronavirus cases or increase the pressure on the health care system just because you wanted to go out.
The Faculty Senate’s recommendation that pass/fail options should be made at the college level would favor some students over others and lead to confusion.
Community Voices columnist Kara Otuke says rugged individualism breeds selfishness, and politicians who follow this ideal may let down their constituents.
Landlords oftentimes depend on the rent received to put food on their table, pay their mortgages and also pay the taxes for their property and the properties they rent.
Athletic trainers work each day to reduce risks, prevent injuries and improve performance so people can do what they love, and they deserve our appreciation.
Going back to work is not the solution. Instead, our local and state leaders have to find some way to provide housing relief for their residents as other states and cities have done.
Traditional public transit would better suit Arlington's transportation needs than an algorithm designed for urban New York City. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Associate news editor Angelica Perez shares how leaving UTA made her realize just how important living on campus was to her university experience.