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Texas Seeing A Rise In Support For The Legalization Of Marijuana

In a recent poll conducted by the University of Texas, fewer than one in five of those surveyed are opposed to any sort of legalization of marijuana.   205 more words


David Foster Wallace's 5 Grammarian Tips Every Anal Writer Should Know

I love looking back at David Foster Wallace’s teaching materials. They’re an interesting look into the mind of one of America’s most popular (and perhaps greatest)  writers of the past few decades (some would argue century).  429 more words


The Dunk Of The Year May Have Been Served Up By A Texas Freshman

Sagaba Konate might not be a name you’re familiar with, but you’ll see him on a poster soon thanks to Jarrett Allen.

The Texas freshman threw down the what some are calling the college basketball dunk of the year against West Virginia on Monday night in a game the Longhorns eventually lose, 77-62. 293 more words


Mission Statement

Hello everyone.

To start off my blog, I figured I would introduce myself and my project. My name is Molly, and I’m a student at UT Austin. 140 more words

Joe Cook: Inside Texas.com (Austin, TX)

Inside Texas is a website that covers University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin) sports.

I reached out to one of their writers Joe Cook, a Longhorns alumni and 2016 journalism graduate. 401 more words


Today in Texas History - February 17

From the Annals of Higher Education –   In 1867,  Jessie Andrews was born in Washington, Mississippi.  Andrews moved to Texas with her family in 1874 and her mother Margaret Miller Andrews operated a boarding house near the State Capitol.  113 more words

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