Affirmative action advances racial equality in education

Affirmative action benefits anyone who is not a Caucasian male. There is a misconception that African-Americans are the only group that benefits from affirmative...

Review: Gaga soars in ‘A Star Is Born’; ‘Shallow’ may be...

Expect "Shallow" to win the Oscar for "Best Original Song."

Designated smoking areas could be best plan

The number of locations that permit smoking has dwindled, and the university could be added to this number. However, this may not please some faculty...

Summer internship in D.C. is a valuable experience

This summer, I was granted an amazing opportunity:  To live, work and study in the nation’s capital, Washington D.C.  Residing in Washington D.C.'s historic district...

Review: Top Selections from the Lone Star Film Festival

Here are some of the select picks that are sure to entertain from last week's Lone Star Film Festival in downtown Fort Worth.

Review: ‘Mid90s’ shows Jonah Hill’s solid grip in directorial debut

"Mid90s" is a complex and emotionally impactful film for comedic actor Jonah Hill's directing debut.

Review: ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ shows Melissa McCarthy in new,...

Melissa McCarthy's first dramatic role in "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" might just earn her an Oscar nomination.

Letter to the Editor: Provost search committee suggestions

The Women and Gender Studies department and the Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies department provide their suggestions during the search for a new provost.

Review: ‘Halloween’ 2018 takes a stab at a horror classic

A return to the classic slasher movie with a slight twist, "Halloween" 2018 sets Micheal Myers loose on the same streets he stalked 40 years ago.

“Fantastic Beasts” falls short of being magical

A new step into a familiar world.
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