UT-Austin to hold virtual commencement in May, postpones in-person commencement
The University will hold a virtual commencement in May and has postponed the in-person ceremony until an undetermined date this year, UT President Gregory Fenves announced Wednesday. Read this story
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- Students can now change all classes to pass/fail or credit/no credit, President Gregory Fenves announced in a campuswide email Friday.
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- Columnist André Williams calls on UT to adopt a Double A grading system to address inequity in the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic.
- The editorial board argues that the Double A grading system, which ensures all students receive an A or A- for their coursework, is the only fair system to use in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
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- Up 67-64 with seconds remaining in its game on Dec. 22 against then-No. 1 Stanford, the Texas women’s basketball team needed something big to pull off the upset.
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