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The University of Texas at Austin released a plan for the fall semester that includes online, hybrid and in-person courses and mandatory masks, among other measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Former University of Texas football player Emmanual Acho said in a TV interview that some of the statues on the Austin campus "just have to go," and some buildings need to be renamed in order to address historical racism.

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The University of Texas at Austin joined a number of Texas universities that are making standardized tests optional for their application process through 2021.

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The dozens of University of Texas athletes who called for the school and athletics department to address a history of racism faced immediate backlash on social media.

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The University of Texas at Austin will require students, faculty and staff to wear masks inside campus buildings when the fall semester begins, interim President Jay Hartzell wrote in an email to the community, the Texas Tribune reports:

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About 20% of classes at the University of Texas at Austin will be taught exclusively online this fall, The Texas Tribune reports, and in-person classes will be limited to 40% of classroom capacity.

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The University of Texas-Austin continued its march toward a new normal on Friday, as university President Gregory Fenves marked his last day of leadership after five years in office—the final two months of it dominated by sweeping pandemic-era changes on campus.

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Amie Jean graduates from McCombs School of Business on Saturday. (Amie Jean)

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When Amie Jean won her election as student body vice president at the University of Texas-Austin last year, the career-driven business school senior saw it as her chance to enjoy campus life for her last few months as a student.

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