Earth Day 2020 will mark the 50th anniversary of this holiday. Typically, Earth Day is assigned a different theme or area of focus each year. This year’s theme is Climate … Continue reading Think of the Earth While You Are Stuck at Home!
I’m stuck inside too, and I get it. It can be challenging not to focus on the headlines, the uncertainty and the heartache. We are all leaning on our families, … Continue reading How Are You Feeling Today? Here’s Your What-to-Do Guide
The thought of not watching Usain Bolt dash across your TV screen or hearing the crowd roar through your speakers after Alex Morgan scores a goal this summer is a … Continue reading All Your 2020 Tokyo Olympics Questions Answered
LSU knocked Clemson off its title perch – and did it in a record-breaking showing. At the end of the day, LSU had Joe Burrow, something no other team did. … Continue reading Joe Burrow Beats Clemson to win NCAA National Title
It seems as if we are in a day and age where cinema experiences a new technological breakthrough every few months, yet many moviegoers, myself included among the masses, are … Continue reading Why “1917” is Possibly the Best Picture of the Year
Texas has among the highest grossing national college football programs, making almost every new NCAA rule have the largest impact here. The NCAA claims that all athletes are “students first, … Continue reading New Law on Paying College Athletes Will Benefit Texas
Students across America are limited in the area of decision making. From voting to running for political positions, anyone under 18 does not have much of a say in what … Continue reading AP Government Classes Form Mock Congress with Real Effects on Ursuline
After watching Oscar-winning actors in films throughout the ages, it seems nearly impossible for those actors to be anything more than merely a two-dimensional face on a screen. Yet, one … Continue reading Matthew McConaughey Joins UT Austin as a Film Professor