Your success story is next

Our alumni have written their stories of achievement. You will be next.

Former Marketing Assistant -

Meet Javeria

The Shorthorn has given me experience working with analytics reports and marketing campaigns and has challenged me to work on teams.

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Former Editor in Chief -

Meet Brian

At The Shorthorn, I learned what it means to be a journalist and a leader.

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Former Marketing Manager -

Meet Joanne

Working at The Shorthorn expanded my knowledge and skills. I learned how to generate analytics reports, marketing campaigns, planned events and more.

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Former Life and Entertainment Editor -

Meet Jacob

It is the media's responsibility to highlight stories of diversity. At The Shorthorn, I was allowed to do exactly that.

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Former Editor In Chief -

Meet Narda

Working at The Shorthorn has changed my life entirely. Without it, I wouldn't have the experience, the scholarships, or the internships that I've had.


Former Digital Managing Editor and Editor in Chief -

Meet Reese

I've called The Shorthorn newsroom home for three years now; I can't imagine my time at UTA without it.

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Former Ad Manager -

Meet Austin

Winning scholarships at The Shorthorn helped me understand how my work throughout the entire semester was not only recognized but appreciated.


Former Digital Managing Editor -

Meet Jonathan

I wouldn't be where I am without The Shorthorn. My adviser, writing coach at the paper helped me land a top-notch internship.

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Ever work in Student Pubs? You're part of the family.

Whether you worked on The Shorthorn, Renegade, Reveille, Tempo, Prism — or any other UTA student publication — or provided department support like marketing or Creative Services, you are an important part of the Student Publications family. We have a network of more than 1,000 proud alumni, many of whom hold jobs that build on their Student Pubs experience.

The Shorthorn Nation

Dubbed The Shorthorn Nation after the largest and longest running student publication in our department, our alumni group includes any person who worked in Student Publications. So don’t let the name fool you or discourage you from getting involved. If you are a Student Pubs alum, here are several ways to stay active:

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Keep In Touch

Join the Shorthorn Nation Facebook Group to receive things of interest to and communicate with other Student Pubs alums. We’re like a big, diverse, multigenerational family; we want to know what’s happening in your life. Send us your news: job changes, marriages, births, awards, publications ... we want to celebrate you!


  • Need an intern, freelancer or part-time staffer? Send the information to Laurie Fox so we can let students know about the opportunity.
  • Volunteer to lead a training session for Shorthorn staffers learning to do what you already know how to do, or to mentor individual staff members. Let us know you’re interested.
  • Buy an ad. This provides financial support for Shorthorn staff operations ... but also is the best way to market your business, event or service to the 58,000 UTA+ students, faculty and staff. Click for advertising information.
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Support our Scholarships

Student Publications scholarships and awards are supported by donations. Contribute today using the UTA contribution form below, designating Student Publications as the recipient.

Shorthorn Alumni Jobs Board

The Shorthorn Alumni Jobs Board allows people looking for jobs to find out about them and people who know about job openings to share the information with other Student Pubs alumni. Join the Shorthorn Alumni Jobs Board Facebook Group. If you want to post a job opening on the board but don't have a Facebook account, send us the information.
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We're working to grow our database of the amazing things our alumni are doing now plus plan some meet-ups. Contact Office Manager Brian Schopf if you'd like to be a part of this or have questions.

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