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You would think that belonging to a club with the word lucky in its name would be something to brag about, but folks in the Lucky Sperm Club rarely do. Instead, these heirs to family business fortunes often feel guilty about the mixed blessings they'
In his last week on the job as chancellor of the Texas A&M University System, Mike McKinney said he disagrees with some ideas being floated to give higher education in Texas a dramatic makeover, particularly one to drastically lower tuition while
At a time when Gov. Rick Perry's administration has been at odds with lawmakers over Texas higher education, House leaders on Thursday confirmed that the Legislature is considering the formation of a new oversight committee to spotlight crucial
The Pease Mansion in Austin, an imposing, 22-room Greek revival home built in 1853, stakes claim to a rich history with two Texas governors as former residents. With the bells of the UT Tower a constant aural presence, the graceful home and grounds
New UT adviser raising concerns in Austin Lawmakers say Rick O'Donnell's views on research clash with state's goals March 21, 2011, 11:41PM Share Two key lawmakers Monday raised red flags that the UT Board of Regents' decision to hire a conservative