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Student sues Fenves over sexual assault suspension
August 8, 2017
A UT student is suing University President Gregory Fenves, claiming Fenves wrongfully suspended him for five months after being accused of sexual assault in the spring of 2016.
Student groups host forum to educate about affirmative action
November 1, 2016
Affirmative action has existed since the 1960s, but after last week’s affirmative action bake sale hosted by the Young Conservatives of Texas, student groups are hoping to educate the UT community about the long-used policy.
Students petition to remove Aramark services from campus
October 27, 2016
About 5,000 UT students have signed an online petition in one week calling on the university to cancel its food services contract with Aramark due to animal abuse concerns.
Students, alumni attend second Longhorns on the Hill in Washington D.C.
September 23, 2016
A delegation of UT alumni, University officials and students traveled to Washington, D.C. for Longhorns on the Hill.
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