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.
Scottish Rite Dormitory, a private women’s dorm located off-campus, revoked Kaj Baker’s guest privileges last November because dorm administrators said residents felt “uncomfortable” with her sexual orientation, as reported by the The Daily Texan.
Seven months after she said she was sexually assaulted, Sara Ross was just trying to forget. Forgetting became a lot harder when she found out the person she filed against was switching into one of her classes, and there was nothing she could do to stop it.
When one of our readers asked us, “What does UT’s lobbying effort look like? How does it compare to other major state public universities?” we looked into it as a part of Curious Capitol, a series where we answer reader-submitted questions.
UT's admissions process came under national scrutiny on March 12 after now-fired men’s tennis coach Michael Center pled guilty of accepting a bribe of approximately $100,000 to facilitate the admission of a student as a men’s tennis recruit in 2015.