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Austin Daily Texan (Newspaper) - March 30, 2015, Austin, TexasAt the 85th annual round up weekend Over 15,000 people congregated in West Campus for big name per formers parties and crawfish boils despite facing limitations because of the Cit yes new sound control ordinances. During Roundup week end Many it fraternities Host parties and performers at their houses. Musicians Riff Raff Swayze tra vis Porter and Many others made appearances this year. Sororities often use the week end to Host Charity events for their philanthropies. Lee Lueder inter fraternity Council president and plan ii and finance senior said if sold an estimated $25,000 Worth of wristbands to non it students for $10 each. Round up is free for it students. Zack Fernandez mechanical engineering senior and member of acacia fraternity said his fraternity had no problems with austins noise ordinances which the City implemented last fall. These ordinances place restrictions on amplified music and music played outdoors in residential areas. Weave gotten All of our per mits in order and every ones been having a Good time Fernandez said. The truth is As Long As you keep it under the limits of what Austin police department tells you everyone can have fun. Lueder said he a snot heard any complaints about the weekend though several parties were disbanded. A lot of parties got shut Down which was disappointing because we did not Texas menus swimming and diving team added an other accolade to its Long list of titles this weekend taking Home its 11th Mcaa title in Iowa City Iowa. From the first dive to the final Wall touch the Long horns led the meet. The team dominated the Competition claiming the team title with 528 Points. Last years Mcaa Champion California snagged second with 399 Points and Michigan came in third with 312 Points. Texas head coach Eddie Reese named Csc a swim Ming coach of the meet and former Ohio state coach Mike Peppe now share the no. 1 ranking for most Mcaa titles of All time. Reese is the Only coach in swimming and div ing history to win Mcaa team titles in four separate decades. Ive got 10 rings from win Ning 10 championships re Ese said. I have no clue where they Are. Reese said what matters to him is the individuals who make up his team. I know what every kid did and How much they improved Reese said. Those Are things that really matter. Its always about people. The number of championships just Means ism old. Before the first preliminary rounds began thursday Tex As As a program held Mcaa titles in every swimming event except the 500-Yard freestyle and the 400-Yard individual Medley. By the end of the meet sophomores Clark Smith in the 500-Yard free and will Licon in the 400-Yard individual Medley had both earned first place times rounding out Tex ass record Sheet. In the 400-Yard individual Medley Licon Defeated Georgia Junior Chase Kalisz the National record Holder ten it sororities raised a combined total of More than $30,000 for charities during round up one of the greek systems biggest annual fundraising weekends. Roundup is an annual weekend Long event fraternities and sororities Host in West Campus. The participating Sorori ties hosted philanthropic events for a variety of charities including the american heart association and the Austin Center for child Protection. On Friday Texas Kappa Delta hosted cd quesadillas where for $5, guests ate quesadillas and charros. Kappa Delta also offered attendees face painting and a photo Booth. Catherine Frost human relations Sophomore and Kappa Del tags vice president of Community service said Sorori ties capitalize on the sheer number of people passing through West Campus Dur ing Roundup weekend. Roundup is just a great Opportunity because the whole Campus is kind of in name 3626/house ads Width 60p0 depth 2 in color process color 3626/house ads and number 3626 1 monday March 30, 2015@thedailytexan serving the University of Texas at Austin Community since 1900 holi forty acres fest and Roundup slideshows online University Roundup fraternities impacted by City volume restrictions by Samantha Ketterer Sam Kett fences is sole presidential finalist by Josh Willis @joshwillis35 Greg fences it presidential finalist fences Page 2 menus basketball Shweata Gulati daily texan file photo after speculation regarding Rick Barnes Job Security Barnes and Texas officially parted ways sunday ending Barnes 17year tenure on the 40 acres. Barnes leaves the longhorns As the winning est coach in Texas history with 402 wins. Things changed. Ordinance Page 2barnes departs after 17 years / Page 4 swimming and diving Roundup sororities raise funds at Roundup weekend by Jackie Wang & Danielle Brown thedarl texan Texas claims 11th National championship by Rachel Wenzlaff Rache Wenzlaff Daulton Venglar daily texan staff Sophomore will Licon finished first in the 400-Yard individual Medley to help Texas capture its 11th National championship. Champions Page 4 fundraiser Page 2 i was told after our last game i would be brought Back. The it system Board of regents voted Friday to select Greg fences it executive vice president and Provost As the sole finalist to become the next it president. If approved fences will replace outgoing presi Dent William Powers jr., whose relationship with the Board has been tumultuous for the last several years. The Board must wait 21 Days before making an official appointment. Fences came to Utas a civil engineering assistant professor in 1984 and served As Dean for the Cockrell school of engineering from 2008 to 2013. Sharon Wood who succeeded fences Asen Gine ering school Dean said she first met fences when he was a faculty member at the University of California Berkeley nearly 25 years ago. I was very taken Aback at his very Strong vision. He articulated it very Well where he wanted the depart ment to go and what targets they had Wood said. Since his appointment As Provost in october 2013, fences has worked closely with Powers on a variety of University initiatives. At fridays meeting three of the regents who have been most vocal in their criticism of Powers Wallace Hall Alex Cranberg and Brenda Pejovich All voted against fences. Board chairman Paul

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