Tag: culture


By: Kristen L. Wagner According to a recent Gallup poll, 37% of Americans say that football is their favorite sport to watch. But across the world, there are plenty of quirky, unique sports to indulge in.  Here’s a list of some “out-of-this-world” sports scattered around the planet. 1. Kabaddi The national sport of Bangladesh and […]

Caring: The first step towards change

By ALEXANDRA TIRADO As a foreigner living in the United States and actively participating in its culture, I think I can say this with some confidence: U.S., you’re quirky as hell. Don’t get me wrong though America, you are a wonderful country. Even in this age and time, the U.S. still remains a socially responsible […]

Chain migration: Trump’s new obsession

By VERONICA SANSUR Donald Trump has a new obsession. It’s called “chain migration.” He wants to end the practice of immigrants, once legalized, bringing their relatives including children and secondary relatives to live with them in the United States. Chain migration is, in fact, a common occurrence around the world. For example, Cuban populations have […]

Diversity Fellowship Breaking Down Walls

BY AISLINN FALLON The Diversity Fellowship is an organization that is dedicated to representing diversity for UT.  The Diversity Fellowship holds events that raise awareness for a multitude of issues that our campus and society face.  The student director of diversity and inclusion is Caroline Stadler, a senior public health major. In the diversity fellowship, […]

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