Last weekend’s annual Roundup event for prospective members of UT fraternities and sororities may have seemed like a wild time for some West Campus residents, but it resulted in fewer arrests than last year, according to the Austin Police Department.
After hiring a $200,000-per-year adviser, the University of Texas System Board of Regents reassigned him last week and released a letter Friday addressing concerns about the Board’s commitment to academic research.
The lights were dimmer than usual Saturday night at the UT Tower.
To promote environmental awareness, the University delayed the normal lighting time of the Tower an hour later until 9:30 p.m. in honor of the fifth-annual Earth Hour.
In one photograph, an 18-year-old boy with cropped, dark hair and rounded features clings to his mother while she helps him exercise. In another, the same boy sits in a wheelchair with a homecoming sash proudly draped over his shoulder.