Over 300 band members took part in the June 6 celebrations commemorating D-Day, performing the national anthems of four allied countries — France, Great Britain, United States and Canada — as well as a piece called “The Longest Day March”.
The University concluded a seven-month investigation into a student’s claim of race-based discrimination perpetrated by the former executive director of the Center for Women in Law, and found the executive director’s alleged behavior did not violate the University’s Nondiscrimination Policy.
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit on Tuesday filed against UT for violating students’ free speech rights. The lawsuit was filed in December by Speech First, a national group that advocates for free speech on college campuses.
Last November, UT completed its switch to Workday, a cloud-based Enterprise Resource Management system. Simply put, Workday is an online program UT now uses to manage things such as payroll, travel reimbursement, research grants and more.