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All in the Family: Roger Clemens’ Son Turns Down Astros for UT

Looks like the Astros will just have to wait a few years to get a Clemens back on the mound. Kacy Clemens, son of legendary Longhorn pitcher and controversial all-time...

 
 

The Keys to Timely Graduation

When it comes to the idea of timely graduation, the higher education community is deeply divided. The conflict cuts at the heart of what college is supposed to...

 
 

Why the Cost of College Is Still Well Worth It

In his recent article in Texas Monthly on the University of Texas and Texas A&M, Paul Burka outlined several criticisms leveled by reformers at higher education. Let...

 
 

Study: Public Universities in Peril

State funding for public research universities plummeted by 20 percent in the last decade, says a study released today by the National Science Board. The study...

 
 

The Mischaracterized Ills of Higher Education

No doubt about it: our colleges today face serious challenges. But those who promote pessimism about the future of U.S. higher ed should think again.   In...

 
 
 
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