Questions linger regarding Confederate statues at UT

The revelation that a 55-year-old dormitory at the University of Texas is named for a leader of the Ku Klux Klan has prompted questions about whether the university has done enough to confront its racial history.

UT has sponsored an annual symposium for years honoring the first black student at the School of Law. It has placed statues of important minority figures in prominent locations on campus. It named a dormitory for a longtime black staff member.

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