El Paso Times
MountainStar may pour more money into Downtown El Paso ballpark
This aerial shows the portion of the new Southwestern University Park that has had the field turf installed.
The University Star
Administrators developing background check system for summer camp workers to comply with state law
The new certification was created in an effort to protect the youth participating in on-campus programs and to remain in compliance with state law.
Q&A with Michael Shearn of Compound Money Fund
Michael Shearn founded Time Value of Money, LP, a private investment firm, in 1996, to devote his attention to selecting and researching stocks and private investments.
Wenceslao: Two paid ads
WHEN fellow columnist wrote about the one day "holiday" in the Southwestern University campus a few days ago, my interest was piqued, after all, I spent some seven years of my life there.
The Austin Chronicle
A few years ago, I was involved in a project in which participants were asked to vote on "the quintessential musical."
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Georgetown mayor candidates share views at forum [Austin American-Statesman :: ]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) April 02--GEORGETOWN -- The two candidates vying to become Georgetown's next mayor agree the City Council made the right decision last year to rejoin the Lone Star Rail District, the proposed commuter rail that would run from San Antonio through Austin and into Williamson County.
Southwestern University Stgaes GYPSY, Now thru 3/30
Southwestern University is proud to present Gypsy, with book by Arthur Laurents , music by Jule Styne , and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim , today, March 26-30, 2014.
New Southwestern president uses math to shape inaugural address
Edward B. Burger is a mathematician. So, naturally, he devised a math puzzler as the centerpiece of his inaugural address Tuesday as the 15th president of Southwestern University, a private liberal arts college in Georgetown whose roots go back to 1840, earlier than any other institution of higher learning in the state.
Finra arbitrator removed for allegedly lying about credentials
James H. Frank, who had served on Finra panels for almost 15 years, was removed after it was discovered he was not a lawyer A veteran arbitrator who helped decide more than 40 cases over a 15-year period has been removed by Finra amid allegations that he misrepresented himself as an attorney.