As UT gears up for the Spring 2023 semester, The Horn is hitting the ground running. We have made a few changes around here over the winter, and we would like to keep you, our readers, apprised of what’s going on. Here are a few updates on where The Horn has been, where we are now, and where we are going.
First, we have made a few changes on our editorial staff. Our Managing Editor, Sterling Mosley, and Opinion editor, Jordan Lamb, have graduated UT and moved on to bigger and better things. Sterling is now a Deputy Editor at the DC Enquirer, an up and coming national news organization which has been making waves over the past year, and Jordan is now a Legal Strategy Analyst for the Texas Attorney General. While we are sad to lose them, we are proud that they are continuing The Horn’s tradition of having our editors go on to become leaders in politics, business, and, especially, journalism. We look forward to producing many more distinguished alumni to join them.
Speaking of which, we would like to welcome a new member of our Editorial Board, Jordan Leighty. Not only is she keeping alive the tradition of having at least one Jordan involved with The Horn at all times, she is also organizing our marketing, recruiting, and fundraising efforts. We know she will do great things, both during and after her time here. She is already spearheading a new recruiting push, and we are preparing a new fundraising effort— stay tuned for updates there.
Finally, we would like to announce that we have now received the Fall 2022 edition of our newspaper. If you are a UT student who would like a copy, feel free to pick up a copy any time this week from our table on Speedway, by Gregory Gym. If you are a UT alumni, community member, or just a Texas Horn reader who wants a copy of the paper, there is a way for you to get a copy! We will announce additional instructions in the next few days.
We at The Texas Horn believe in what we do. This semester, we are going to continue to do what we do, but we intend to scale it up. We would not have gotten where we are without you–the community which supports us. So, whether you tell your friends about our work, share our articles on social media, or simply just read us, we thank you for making what we do possible.