Archive for: texas a&m

 

Lawmakers, Regents, and—Aliens?: The Higher Ed Week in Review

The sometimes tense relationship between legislators and the UT System Board of Regents continued this week, as regents rebuked a request from a pair of lawmakers...

 
 

Why Is There a Hook ’em Sign in the Aggies’ New Locker Room?

You’ve probably heard by now that Texas A&M players blast hip-hop and have a grand old time at practice, that head coach Kevin Sumlin arrives at recruiting...

 
 

From the Oil Field to the Classroom [Infographic]

With oil fields in West Texas booming once again, the Permanent University Fund (PUF) is seeing a major rise in royalty payments. How much of that money actually makes...

 
 

UT Advocates Podcast: Orange & Maroon Legislative Day

We look back on the biennial gathering of Longhorns and Aggies at the State Capitol, see what unites these rivals, and look ahead to what’s next. At the...

 
 

Horns Up at the Taj Mahal

Jennifer Harris, BBA ’06, Life Member, sent this photo from India’s Taj Mahal. Harris, a student at Texas A&M’s George Bush School of Government...

 
 

UT, A&M Among Nation’s Best Values: Report

Can a university engaged in world-changing research truly educate undergraduate students? A new study finds that UT-Austin (and Texas A&M) is doing just that. Every...

 
 

What Do Higher Ed Policymakers Care About Most?

Some of the biggest trends at Texas public universities boil down to one thing. College completion—and a number of issues that affect it—are likely to define...

 
 

The Tradition Continues: ’Horns Hex Horned Frogs

Since 1941, Longhorns have lit red candles in front of the UT Tower to hex their various Thanksgiving Day football opponents, including Baylor, SMU, and of course,...

 
 

UTPD Asks Public to Help Identify A&M Graffiti Suspects

The University of Texas Police Department has released surveillance images of two people suspected of spraying Texas A&M-themed graffiti on UT property, in...

 
 

Hutchison: Higher Education—A Great Investment for Texas

A thriving economy depends on a vibrant business culture, and Texas is arguably the best state to do business in the nation. Our low taxes and reasonable approach...

 
 
September|October 2014 Cover
Liberty Mutual Quote for Scholarship
The Man for the Job
fireworks_tower_Alcalde_300x250b
Economic Forecast Discussion
Red River Showdown 5K
ID Wise
 
 
 
 
Menu