A Student Government resolution in support of racial consideration in the holistic admissions process will not hit the floor before the Fisher v. University of Texas case is heard by the Supreme Court on Dec. 9.
The University is reviewing a confrontation that occurred Friday between members of the Palestine Solidarity Committee and a professor and unidentified attendee at an Institute for Israel Studies event, according to UT president Gregory Fenves.
Between grueling academic schedules, busy social lives and romantic relationships, many college students feel they have a lot on their plates. Stress can reach new heights as students face drastic changes and tough decisions during their college years.
Sexual assault survivors will be able to complete their sexual assault forensic exams (SAFE) on campus as a result of a new University Health Services policy that allows guest nurses from SafePlace Austin to tend to survivors on-campus, according to UHS director Jamie Shutter.
Students must authorize Parking and Transportation Services to relocate their cars to another parking space on campus rather than an off-campus impound yard due to a change in state law, according to an email sent out to the University Nov. 12 by the department.