The sequester-in-place order lasted a week, from Feb. 20-27.
In 2019, the university’s diversity and inclusion vice president announced she would be looking to fill the position.
Since Feb. 16, the university has reported 146 COVID cases in its on-campus testing program and 135 students have self-reported positive test results.
The students cite Miller's racist and homophobic remarks in their request for removal.
The rise in positives from campus testing rises comes as state and county cases decline.
Suspended routes include the 115 Orange and the 117 Blue.
The university reported 2,555 negative results Thursday, the highest number of the semester.
For some, it could be a second chance at life after years behind bars.
Biden has signaled a desire to overturn the Trump administration’s regulations.
The university plans to hire a full-time psychologist and CARE to Stop Violence coordinator this semester.