The Opinion is the news and feature article publication of The Public Servant. The section includes editorials, op-eds, news reports, advice columns, and reviews of local events and establishments. If you would like to submit material for display, please contact us.
For the first time in fourteen years the state of Texas will experience a transfer of power in the Governor’s office. Senator Wendy Davis is currently the democratic candidate vying for the Office of Governor. If elected, Senator Davis would be the first democratic Governor of Texas since Ann Richards, 20 years ago. I consider myself to be a moderate `voter with very little interest in claiming a particular party. I support candidates based on their principles, and how their policies will directly benefit the greater good.
The Spotlight is the publication of The Public Servant that showcases students, alumni, faculty, and staff. We are always looking for updates from our Bush School family. If you would like to participate in an interview, or submit a short biography, please contact us.
Caitlin Harwood informs us about her unique internship experience at Rainforest Parternship, a small non-profit organization located in Austin, Texas. The nonprofit's mission is to prevent deforestation in the Andean region's section of the Amazon rainforest. Ms. Harwood, who served as a Media and Public Relations Intern, worked with the local community of Austin to build knowledge of the nonprofit's projects taking place in the South American countries of Ecuador and Peru.
The Radish is the entertainment publication of The Public Servant. All views expressed within here are comedic and, possibly, fictional. We are accepting works for publication (including, but not limited to: comic strips, short stories, parody news, and satirical writing).
Proximate to unexpectedly overrun your local cinemas, the only movie guaranteed to make you name (or rename) your first-born child "Vladimir" after the first viewing: License to Invade. Venture into Crimea, a peninsular paradise of hashtags and protests, as Lieutenant, an average easy-going suburban professional bear-tamer, who is on a desperate mission to find the meaning of the dichotomy between guns and butter. Question reality and fiction as you search for the truth in this twenty-first century thriller guaranteed to make you doubt your own rationality and existence.
Lingua Franca is the multilingual publication of The Public Servant. The goal here is to highlight work done in languages other than English. We accept editorials, op-eds, news reports, advice columns, and reviews of local events and establishments. Please contact us.
No hace falta el chiste colombiano en cada reunión o fiesta, especialmente después de algunos tragos. ¿Si saben el chiste colombiano? ¿No? Pues el mismo de siempre. El calificativo colombiano de traqueto, mulero, o consumidor. El chiste de la cocaína. El chiste no hizo falta en la fiesta patrocinada por los del segundo año en Bush School. Ya estoy aclimatado al chistecito, pero si me gustaría que la gente supiera algo mas allá del estereotipo.
The Comics section is a part of The Radish publication that was too fun to leave out of the main page! As previously mentioned, all views expressed within here are comedic and, possibly, fictional. If you would like to contribute your work, please contact us.
"The only permanent rule in Calvinball is that you can't play it the same way twice."
The Archives is the historical publication of The Public Servant. Remember that article you read from way back then? We don't either. Our goal is to resurface past material, including works that were never published online. Please contact us with questions or suggestions.
I am an old second-year student. I was supposed to graduate this May. But I decided to take a year off after finishing my first year and started to work since then. I came back to school recently. I was informed by the director of my program that Bush School has grown a lot. One of my favorite professors even emailed me and said that her class has over 30 students registered this semester, the number was 18 in 2010. I am very proud of my school and such feeling pushes me to write this article about my thoughts of American education.