Students share ways to shrink carbon footprint
According to the EPA 67.8 million tons of waste were recycled with paper making up more than half of that amount.
Social media bubbles close minds online
“Today, there is a lot of information that intentionally divides people. [News outlets] want to paint the world as liberal or conservative, red or blue,” Thomason said.
Campus culture varies across Austin’s universities
Students make their way to class on UT’s crowded campus.
Technology proves beneficial to some, harmful to others
It is no surprise that social media has become an integral part of our lives. Apps like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter have given us easy ways to communicate and share information, but at what cost?
SEU community bolsters political engagement through communication
“Community is the center of all things. The privilege of going to a small school to be able to cultivate a community that is so united is so awesome,” Castanon said.