Yes, blocking traffic to a major bridge and road sounds like a reasonable protest of Donald Trump’s Election Day victory (sarcasm).
Topic: University of Texas-Austin
Free speech is a two way street, liberals: Several Student Government (SG) representatives filed a resolution against Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) that also called for the administration to punish and even expel students who commit “future…
One of the panelists was a graduate of Virginia Tech University, where there was a fatal shooting incident on their campus in 2007, who is currently seeking a PhD at Texas-Austin.
Concealed firearms violates their constitutional rights, say three college professors at University of Texas-Austin.
George Washington University law professor John Banzhaf worried that this affirmative action ruling will lead to the profiling of Muslim students, after the Supreme Court ruled the University of Texas’s race-based admissions rules were constitutional.
It appears that the highest court in the land ruled in favor for quotas for everyone that isn’t non-white.
Good take from our friends over at the John William Pope Center: Eight states currently allow concealed carry permit holders to carry guns on all public college campuses. In Utah, campus carry has been on…
From the College Fix: That’s why it’s troubling those advocates to see how the University of Texas-Austin is attempting to turn a neutral institution – its campus police – into an advocate for one party….
The open carry law, which went into effect this year, also allows campus carry on all public universities. The University of Texas-Austin president says he’ll comply, but one would think he’ll be looking for loopholes.
It is a country of free speech, anyways. Their excuse? The officer who wrote the citation was being trained, so it was a rookie mistake. Photo by 50%ChanceofRain