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A university divided
June 16, 2011
Four different U.S. congressmen will represent students living on and around the UT campus, effectively shattering the voting power of a student body numbering 50,000, under the congressional map passed by the Texas Legislature on Tuesday.
Pay attention, be vocal
May 1, 2011
The University we return to in the fall will be directly affected by the decisions made by the Legislature and the Board of Regents during the summer.
Taking politics out of higher ed
April 25, 2011
To create and maintain top-tier research universities, we need to ensure that our universities have stronger, more stable sources of funding and are less subject to politically driven policy changes.
Cutting into the bone
April 21, 2011
The legacies of our high school educations can follow us to college, determining how easily we transition and how well we perform.
Those who speak, those who vote
March 20, 2011
It is time to stop letting our busy schedules and transient lifestyles prevent us from taking simple steps to influence public policy.
Invest in students futures now
March 6, 2011
What if the year you were born determined whether you went to college?