Other applicants participated in a competitive national search and were required to interact with students, faculty and staff. The same cannot be said of Roger Worthington.
Transparency is vital, but sharing incomplete information can stifle dialogue, the school’s assistant president and University Senate chair write in a letter to the editor.
The Daily Texan’s editorial board emphasizes transparency and unity after the University of Texas experienced incidents of on-campus violence and hate.
When regulations prohibiting hate speech are enacted, they are perverted by powerful groups to suppress the speech of marginalized groups.
It is only a matter of time before the educational system collapses on its head.
Abandoning this international diplomatic agreement would cause irreparable harm to our global climate.
“The mark of a true public servant and what your SGA and student body president should be doing for you: listening actively and working toward solutions genuinely.”