To deal with the aftershock of February’s Parkland, Florida, school shooting, the Talk It Out student dialogue series launched its first event, creating a space for students to have a civil conversation about gun control.
The decision comes two months after uproar over the revelation that the University did not discipline pharmacy professor Richard Morrisett after he pleaded guilty to felony assault of his girlfriend off campus.
The books and resources on the fifth floor of the Fine Arts Library have been the focus of the continuing press for space on campus, but now administration is backing faculty and student requests by asking for the books to stay put.
Every day this school year, Troy Dewinne, a radio-television-film senior, woke up at 5 a.m. to commute to campus from his grandmother’s house in San Antonio. He arrived at school early to nab one of the few free parking spaces near campus instead of paying for a parking pass.