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 The philanthropic investment, which is the largest in the university’s history, came from alumnus Kelcy Warren, the executive chairman and chairman of the Board of Directors of Energy Transfer LP. It will fund scholarships, endowed programs, laboratory space and a career experience center for engineering students. Read moreBillionaire alumnus donates $12 million to fund resource and energy engineering field at UTA

Council members brought up concerns about the lack of underground utilities and spacing issues for the student housing project on Center Street. During its afternoon work session, progress was made on amending mural codes but action is still pending. Read moreArlington City Council delays decision on new student housing, works on updating the city’s mural codes