The Maverick Activities Center will reopen Monday to students and faculty with enhanced health and safety protocols, according to a Campus Recreation email Wednesday.
Students should complete the training in Canvas by Sept. 11. All students, faculty and staff are expected to complete the training, regardless if courses are on or off campus.
Starting Aug. 14, schools are required to uphold students’ rights to a written notice of allegations and an adviser, as well as the right to submit, cross-examine and challenge evidence at a live hearing.
Guyger’s attorneys argue that evidence from the trial of Jean’s murder was insufficient and are requesting that she instead be charged with criminally negligent homicide.
The movement calls for the reevaluation of how the public spends tax dollars and raises the question of whether the police’s use of deadly force is a good investment.
The budget plan recommends a property tax rate reduction for the fifth year in a row, and also includes a slight increase in garbage collection rate and stormwater fee.
The Central Library will only be open to active students, faculty and staff and has augmented its hours of operations and services and placed additional safety measures.
A special election ballot item including a potential sales tax increase was also approved, and the council discussed concerns surrounding the Term Limits Advisory Committee’s recommendations.
A multi-day move in schedule, revised guest policies and the implementation of social distancing and safety measures are among some changes to life on campus this semester.
The programs intend to promote being responsible global citizens and help students achieve success in complex social, political and cultural environments.
One hundred and seventeen residents have been relocated from Lipscomb Hall to Vandergriff Hall for the academic year, and 26 graduate students have been relocated from Lipscomb Hall to West Hall.
After some slight rain chances early in the week, citizens can expect mostly clear skies with temperatures rising as the week progresses.
Students that are experiencing symptoms or have been exposed to someone testing positive should call Health Services to set up a telehealth visit.
The committee voted on its final two items regarding Arlington’s term limits and term lengths and revisited lifetime term limits, which was voted on previously.
The Shorthorn is keeping track of confirmed COVID-19 cases at UTA. In the table below, the cases are separated into different categories, and it will be updated as cases are reported.
There are four types of permits students can purchase depending on their needs: annual, semester, pay-as-you-go monthly and short-term parking.
The council will combine data analysis and community input to study topics like economic disparity, workforce training, housing, health policing and criminal justice.
Students who choose “test score optional” admission will be evaluated based on high school records such as GPA, class rank and courses taken.
Committee members planned to work on recommendations for Arlington City Council during a meeting Tuesday, but more than 25 public speakers and a confusing input process stretched four hours long.
Purchases include signage, personal protective equipment, contactless faucets, door foot pulls and plexiglass in areas where transactions occur.
Broadcast communication senior Cecillia Nguyen was shocked when her summer study abroad trip was canceled, but she understands the need for precaution amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hurricane Hanna will cause higher amounts of moisture as it displaces Gulf of Mexico moisture into north and central Texas, said Juan Hernandez, National Weather Service meteorologist.
Investigators are working to obtain video surveillance footage and eyewitness accounts, and the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office will identify the man once his next of kin have been notified.
Union Pacific Railroad is replacing ties on its railroad through the city, which is anticipated to finish Tuesday, prompting closures at different streets throughout the week.
The order prohibits the use of tear gas to deter or control movement of peaceful demonstrators and prohibits the deployment of rubber or plastic bullets into crowds.
There will be two consecutive nights of spraying in locations with positive samples, and citizens are advised to drain standing water in areas where mosquitoes can breed.