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Time's Sally Kohn insists that affirmative action has overwhelmingly helped white women.
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While basting on a crowded beach or waiting for the AC to cool your sweltering car interior, imagine yourself cutting through Arctic seas aboard an icebreaker or exploring the wilderness from your base aboard a river barge in Siberia.
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As early as this week, in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, the United States Supreme Court may issue a ruling that could seriously limit or altogether eliminate the use of affirmative action in university admissions.
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Overholtzer, who joined the WSU faculty in 2012 after holding adjunct instructor positions at Northwestern University and DePaul University, has been in the scientific news recently for her research in central Mexico.
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Leadership Franklin awarded two $1,500 college scholarships to local students in April at its graduation dinner for the class of 2012-13.
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Central Texas medical professionals celebrated the dawn of a new era on Tuesday morning, atop of the Brackenridge Hospital parking garage, where a press conference was held by Seton Healthcare Family to announce the approval by its parent company, Ascension Health, to build a new teaching hospital to replace Brackenridge.
Hour 1: Why do the Minutemen comb the border for undocumented immigrants? We'll talk this hour with Harel Shapira , assistant professor of sociology at UT Austin.
I haven't seen a better explanation or analysis of Fisher v. University of Texas, the current Supreme Court affirmative action case that could be decided any day now, than in a ProPublica piece on the subject .
I haven't seen a better explanation or analysis of Fisher v. University of Texas, the current Supreme Court affirmative action case that could be decided any day now, than in a ProPublica piece on the subject.
What follows is some helpful information and discussion of the firearms legislation that passed and some points to note for the special session as well as some additional information.
A lab experiment conducted by Ethan Burris, an assistant professor at the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business, and published in a recent issue of the Academy of Management Journal indicates that leaders often react negatively to suggestions that their favored course of action might have problems.
The longest annual charity bicycle ride in the world will hit Fort Collins Thursday as part of 70-day ride from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska.
UT and the City of Austin are working together to fuel Austin's small business and enterpise marker by providing courseworks aimed at launching new businesses.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz starts as the Texas favorite in a fantasy 2016 Republican primary for president, swamping Gov. Rick Perry and a number of other big-name candidates in the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.
Saudi Arabia's location at the crossroads of vital trade routes in the ancient world has given it a rich history and vibrant culture.