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AUSTIN, Texas - University of Texas System regents say they're planning to discuss the employment of Austin campus President Bill Powers, who has sparred with lawmakers and critics over his job in recent years.
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AUSTIN, Texas - Sixty-seven years after the first lawsuit over who gets to attend the University of Texas, a federal appeals court is again judging the school's fairness and drafting a ruling that could change college affirmative action programs nationwide.
AUSTIN, Texas - A federal appeals court asked lawyers for the University of Texas on Wednesday to explain how they would decide when affirmative action for minority students is no longer necessary as it considered a lawsuit seeking to eliminate the school's current policy.
AUSTIN, Texas - The University of Texas System has reversed course and is now asking state lawmakers to issue subpoenas for university employees while investigating possible impeachment for a system regent.