The Society of Professional Mediators, a campus group that usually helps individuals resolve conflict privately, opened its doors on Friday for a facilitated discussion surrounding accessibility on campus.
Separate fields came together Sunday morning as distinguished business speakers sat alongside UT ENRON cast members in the Winship Drama Building, kickstarting the first in a series of discussions on toxic masculinity, controversy and gender.
According to a recent Gallup report, postgraduates with a law degree or masters of business administration say their degree prepared them well and was worth the cost at lower rates than other postgraduates.
After an unexpected showing of student volunteers, organizers for the Austin March for Our Lives event were forced to relocate their Saturday meeting from Mozart’s Coffee Roasters to a large picnic table overlooking Lake Austin — still, not everyone could find a seat.
The Student Government Supreme Court has invalidated the results of last week’s executive alliance election and ordered a new election to be held to decide who will be new the student body president and vice president.
UT elected nutrition senior Colton Becker as Student Body President for the upcoming year, following a delay in the announcement of the election results Thursday night due to unheard complaints filed with the Election Supervisory Board.