A Student Government resolution calling for the resignation of UT System Regent Wallace Hall was taken off the SG agenda Tuesday because many students who originally sponsored the legislation felt that it prematurely accused Hall of being guilty.
Eighteen Save Our Community Coalition members were arrested while participating in a sit-in against Shared Services in front of President William Powers Jr.’s office, following a more than 200-person protest in front of the UT Tower on Wednesday afternoon.
Despite having the 14th largest economy in the world, Mexico is still suffering from long-term development issues, according to Mexican politician Gabriel Quadri, a former presidential candidate who spoke at the LBJ School of Public Affairs on Wednesday evening.
As Austin housing prices and traffic congestion continue to rise, students are finding life less affordable — a problem a panel of city officials and community leaders discussed candidly with students on campus Tuesday.
Since the Texas Relays, the Longhorns have dominated their competition, with the men and women winning their respective divisions at the Texas Invitational and taking home 16 individual titles at the Michael Johnson Classic.