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      Student commuters prepare to balance in-person and online classes, and Julius Whittier's family and friends react to a statue going up in his honor. Read this story

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      The Daily Texan 7/21/20
      By The Daily Texan Staff

      After UT announced it will rename the RLM building and continue to sing "The Eyes of Texas," students say the changes are a step in the right direction, but more should be done.

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      The Daily Texan 7/14/20
      By The Daily Texan Staff
      July 13, 2020 10:54 PM

      Following protests and calls for chage, UT will rename Robert Lee Moore Hall but keep "The Eyes of Texas" as its school song.

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      The Daily Texan 7/7/20
      By The Daily Texan Staff
      July 6, 2020 10:16 PM

      Recent UT graduates face rescinded offers and hiring freezes as the COVID-19 pandemic impacts the job market.

    • The Daily Texan 6/30/20
      By The Daily Texan Staff
      June 29, 2020 10:57 PM

      UT announced more details of its reopening plan Monday, including online, hybrid and in-person classes, mostly double-occupancy rooms in residence halls and a new app for COVID-19 symptom screening.

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      The Daily Texan 6/23/20
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      June 22, 2020 11:23 PM

      Women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer and his daughter Blair bond through passion for the sport and undocumented students navigate challenges during the pandemic.

    • University staff member dies of COVID-19 complications
      By Anna Canizales
      July 7, 2020 11:19 AM

      This is the University’s first death related to COVID-19, Hartzell said. Ten custodial staff members tested positive for the virus in May.


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    Issue for December 3, 2019
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    • Increasing tuition, eligible students statewide outpaced TEXAS Grant program’s ability to cover recipients’ tuition, fees

      By Areeba Amer
      Tuition and fees at public universities and the increasing number of eligible students have outgrown the TEXAS Grant program’s ability to cover recipients’ tuition and fees, according to the 2019 TEXAS Grants report.  
    • Texas invests $118 million to fund new student aid, other higher education programs

      By Areeba Amer
      The investment includes $46.5 million in emergency student support intended for students whose families have been severely impacted by COVID-19, according to the press release.


    • Management response to Demands for Reforms in The Daily Texan Newsroom

      By Megan Menchaca, By SuperWingy免费节点, By Emily Caldwell, By Brittany Miller, By Marcus Krum
      The Daily Texan’s fall and summer 2020 management team respond to Demands for Reforms in The Daily Texan Newsroom.
    • With online testing, the honor code is nonexistent

      By Ayla Musharrif
      Columnist Ayla Musharrif argues that blindly trusting students in an online testing environment puts honest students at a disadvantage.


    • Texas to require masks, mobile ticketing at 2020 football games

      By Stephen Wagner
      Texas will require fans to wear a mask or face covering at all times when inside the stadium and will move exclusively to a mobile ticketing format for the 2020 season. The University says it is adding more than 3,000 hand sanitizer dispensers within the stadium and will be removing all moveable food, condiment and merchandise kiosks. 
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      By Carter Yates
      Whittier, who passed away in 2018 from Alzheimer’s disease, joined Texas’ varsity football team in 1970 and was a standout offensive guard for two seasons before moving to tight end his senior year. As Texas’ first Black football player, he was a role model to Black players who joined the team in later years, his sister said.


    • Austin baker creates realistic cakes, contributes to viral trend

      By Kate Williams
      Last week, a viral trend of videos of hyper-realistic cakes made to look like other food or household items left many with trust issues, but one Austin woman has made a living off these illusions for years.  
    • Recent grads enter medical field eager to help fight COVID-19

      By Ariana Arredondo
      Juan Resendez and other recent Dell Medical School graduates around the country are joining the front lines as they begin working in hospitals and labs amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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