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UT should expand Summer extension courses
May 2, 2018
Columnist James Treuthardt advocates for more freedom in UT's summer class selection.
Financial bars to registration harm low-income students
April 23, 2018
Columnist James Treuthardt explains how financial registration bars can limit students' access to other University resources.
Professors should consider textbook subscription service
April 5, 2018
Columnist James Truethardt urges Professors to use cheaper alternatives to traditional textbooks.
Satirical legislation has no place in Student Government
March 29, 2018
Columnist James Treuthardt calls for some decorum in Student Government.
Texas needs to impose stronger anti-smoking laws
March 23, 2018
Columnist James Treuthardt calls for greater state-level legislation against smoking in public.
The state’s core curriculum policy harms arts students
March 8, 2018
Treuthardt explains the problem with the state's definition of a Visual and Performing Arts Requirement.
Exams scheduled outside of lecture need guidelines
March 5, 2018
Columnist James Treuthardt critiques the flimsy guidelines for exam scheduling.
Following flu outbreak, class attendance policies should change
February 26, 2018
Columnist James Treuthardt advises UT to revise attendance policies in wake of flu outbreak.
UT's Add/Drop policy is broken
February 20, 2018
Columnist James Treuthardt describes the ways in which UT's ineffective enforcement of Add/Drop policies unfairly affect students.
Students need to verify Wildfire reports
February 12, 2018
Columnist James Treuthardt warns that students shouldn't take all the reports they see on apps such as Wildfire as fact.
The first-year experience should require service learning
February 6, 2018
Columnist James Treuthardt argues on behalf of service learning within the UT community.
McCombs' recommended grading guidelines limit student success
January 22, 2018
Columnist James Treuthardt expresses frustrations with McCombs' recommended and widely adopted grading guidelines.
Living Learning Community for freshman women engineers offers friendship, encouragement
January 21, 2018
As part of the Women in Engineering Program’s Living Learning Community, which started this school year in Kinsolving Residence Hall, provides a space for future women engineers to connect with their peers.
¡Celebracion! celebrates Latinx educational experience at UT-Austin
January 18, 2018
The organizers of “¡Celebracion!,” an event put on by the Center for Mexican American Studies, stress the impact of Latinx educational experience on many UT students’ lives.
The burden for funding for SURE Walk expansion should not fall on Student Government
November 29, 2017
Senior Columnist Josie Maclean and guest columnist James Treuthart pushes the university to take more responsibility for SURE Walk's operations.
Moody's new internal transfer policy overlooks student qualifications
September 12, 2017
Guest columnist James Treuthardt opposes Moody College of Communication's new internal transfer policy.