Greer Gaddie

Greer Gaddie

Assistant Editor

Greer Gaddie is a senior studying psychology and rhetoric and writing. Originally from Kansas City, she loves reading, writing and politics and is a self-proclaimed cat lady. She will graduate in December and hopes to work in magazine publishing.

This is Greer’s first semester at Longhorn Life. Her role model is David Remnick, and in 20 years she hopes to be editor-in-chief at a magazine like The New Yorker.

On December 13, UT will offer faculty and staff a workshop on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test, which measurse personality types, and its uses for success. 

Words of wisdom from architecture professor Dr. Anthony Alolfsin, rhetoric and writing professor Tom Buckley and journalism professor Tom Johnson.

In what some economists refer to as the fiscal armageddon, Longhorn Life explains how we got here, what it means for tax payers and what Congress must do as it approaches

Dr. James Pennebaker, professor and chair of UT's psychology department, recently won a Hamilton book award for "The Secret Life of Pronouns: What Our Words Say About Us." 

The fifth installation of in Longhorn Life's series of Fun Fun Fun Fest artists - Wavves.

The fourth installation of in Longhorn Life's series of Fun Fun Fun Fest artists - Against Me!