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City Council changes rules on transparency of ethics investigations

Kenny Phipps, News Editor

May 13, 2019

The Austin City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to alter the proceedings of ethics investigations into city employees during their meeting March 28. The amendments reduce the percentage of the ethics review process th...

Center for Ethics and Leadership hosts discussion on hate speech

Christine Sanchez

April 30, 2018

The Center for Ethics and Leadership and the Charles Koch Foundation hosted a debate between two scholars- a communitarian and a libertarian- on hate speech censorship on college campuses in Jones Auditorium on April 25.Tara Smith,...

It’s On Us hosts event stressing issue of interpersonal violence

Andrea Guzman

October 24, 2017

Detailing behavior such as excessive calls and shoving against walls, It’s On Us addressed interpersonal violence through an interactive group setting in Mabee Ballroom Oct. 19.The 1 in 3 panel derives its name from a statisti...

‘Mad Men’ on Netflix provides drama, romance, peek into lives of ‘ad men’

Laura Irwin

January 21, 2016

With the start of the New Year, many like-minded people have begun to participate in an exciting and challenging ritual: making New Year’s resolutions. Many of these promises consist of bettering oneself by eating healthier or e...

America’s terminally ill should have the option to escape their suffering

Amanda Gonzalez

October 16, 2015

A hardworking, middle-aged former welder Gerardo Andres “Jerry” González died on Feb. 9, 2011. In the last years of his life, diabetes and high blood-pressure levels led to kidney failure.It started when González suffered ...

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