As cases increase, the university needs to report cases directly to students and give more detailed information about the cases themselves.
Senate Republicans should follow their own 2016 precedent to withhold nominating a Supreme Court Justice in an election year rather than resorting to a political power grab.
Jacob Reyes, alumnus and former Shorthorn opinion editor, argues that J.K. Rowling's transphobic tweets show her true colors.
While America is in turmoil, young people cannot afford to be complacent. We urge students to get registered.
Jean Luc Reynolds, aerospace engineering junior and Community Voices columnist, believes utilizing mail-in votes is an outdated system.
Populations contributing to society deserve to be counted as members of our society, regardless of citizenship status.
In the wake of Dallas Police Chief Reneé Hall’s resignation, the city needs a new leader who can answer calls for reform during a national civil rights movement.
Community Voices columnist Joel Cueto argues that less clickbait, more policy-focused coverage and less opinion and drama in our news will help regain public approval.
Recent criticism suggests peaceful Black Lives Matter protests aren’t getting enough attention, but these stories are being covered by local newspapers.
Never before in American history has voting by mail been as important to the democratic process as it is in 2020. With over six million reported cases of COVID-19 in the United States, staying home has become an issue of personal safety for many.
They say that we realize the importance of things only when we no longer have them. This realization hit me hard after the university announced new rules for conducting events on campus. What would that mean for the cultural celebrations organized by the Indian Mavericks Society, the Indian …
Community Voices columnist Zaria Turner recommends seeing Christopher Nolan’s latest film, despite its issues with sound mixing and underdeveloped characters.
Tarrant County commissioners will vote on Tuesday whether they will increase their salaries, as well as the salaries of their employees and other elected officials, by 3%.
Community Voices columnist Cristobal Trujillo argues that video games can draw audiences into a story and give them emotional stakes like no other medium.
While typical horror genre monsters make an appearance, the true horrors ‘Lovecraft Country’ explores come from its setting in Jim Crow America.
World Health Organization data has identified younger people as emerging spreaders of the coronavirus, so following safety protocols like wearing a mask is vital.
The Indian American comedian and TV host announced the show’s cancellation on Aug. 18, leaving a hole in the world of social and political commentary.
While the university’s Campus Repopulation Plan allows for a potential campus shutdown, it isn’t clear about the conditions that would necessitate one.
Cities in Texas have responded to the nationwide Black Lives Matter and defunding the police movements, such as Austin, which voted to cut its police department by one-third.
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.