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Representative Lloyd Doggett hopes that students will choose to become involved with government and public service.
If the general faculty, and the staff who support the faculty, are what makes our University great, then that is where we should be putting our limited resources.
It’s still the first week of class here at UT as the fall 2010 semester starts.
According to professor Robert Jensen of the School of Journalism, “As long as the United States is an empire, government officials will try to keep the public in the dark about the nature of the empire.”
Last summer, Austin created an electricity bill assistance program to deal with exceptionally high power bills related to extreme temperatures.
Future students will most likely not experience the tin-shed classrooms that comprise part of UT’s nationally recognized top-10-ranked engineering school.