Number 06-10
Description University symbols surrounding Cooper
Authored by Amy Ward
Sharon Newman
Bess Alvarez
Sponsored by Collins Watson
Date Submitted Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Date Considered Wednesday, January 1, 1000
General Body Vote Thursday, January 1, 1970
Committee Committee Affairs
Result n/a
Remarks During the course of research, administration officials said that they liked the idea, but that the location in question is about to be altered as part of the campus master plan. They encouraged the authors to work with them on that part of the master plan.
Whereas People who drive through campus, where the three bridges are located on Cooper Street, still have little to no idea that they are passing through the University of Texas at Arlington.
Be It Further Resolved That There should be a symbol on one and/or both sides of the street depicting the traditional aspect of the university (e.g. the UTA logo), to be first reviewed by a student review board and included in the Campus Master Plan.