Smith should be able to embrace their nonbinary gender identity without being misgendered on a national level.
The Shorthorn editorial board calls on Gov. Abbott and state representatives to hold a special session of congress and address the growing crisis of gun violence in Texas.
Community Voices columnist Jonathan Demarest thinks the political left has a responsibility to be better educated on their positions.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death for college-aged people, but prevention is possible with a community effort.
Community Voices columnist Landry Rhodes urges the Democratic Party to consider more progressive policies instead of reaching across the aisle to appease Republicans.
The museum would help make Arlington a destination city should the museum’s foundation choose our city for the location.
The shoes were meant to celebrate Independence Day, but were pulled after fans claimed the flag had associations with slavery.
Despite claiming multiple World Cups and outperforming the men’s team, the U.S. women’s soccer team is still paid less than the men’s.
Some things are inherently Texan. Sweet tea, Whataburger, cowboy hats — and weather that can change at any moment.
The death of John Singleton marks a tragic time in Hollywood. Singleton’s career as a filmmaker was historic due to his depiction of the African-American experience. Singleton’s films are iconic because of the beautifully crafted lessons taught in each film.
The U.S. press secretary is tasked with an important job: acting as spokesperson for arguably the most powerful individual in the world, the president of the United States.
When a student first moves into an on-campus residence, they are met with a flurry of papers, room inspection forms, coupons to local restaurants and emergency phone numbers. All good stuff for a new or returning student.
Growing up, I found Cinco De Mayo to be a joyous holiday where my family gathered around the grill, danced to Tejano music and drank the night away.