Orange-clad student leaders met under an overcast sky at Gregory Gym plaza Friday to announce their support for Central Health Proposition 1. The passage of the Travis County bond initiative is needed to establish a medical school at UT-Austin.
Students gathered to hear leaders of the Orange Jackets, Tejas Club, Texas Cowboys, Texas Blazers, and Kappa Rho Pre-medical Honors Society address the need for a medical school. After the speeches, the Cowboys fired Smokey the Cannon and supporters passed out t-shirts and fliers, encouraging passers-by to vote early at the Flawn Academic Center.
Editor’s Note: The Texas Exes board of directors supports the creation a medical school affiliated with UT-Austin and encourages alumni in Travis County to support Central Health Proposition 1.
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