• June 26, 2022

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University of Texas president defends decision to join SEC as

University of Texas at Austin President Jay Hartzell on Monday publicly defended the school’s decision to leave the Big 12 for the Southeastern Conference along with the University of Oklahoma in 2025 and denied Texas lawmakers’ claims that the school violated Big 12 bylaws in doing so. “This future move is the right thing for […]Read More

Big 12 OKs football season, paving way for UT-Austin, Texas

The start of the Big 12 Conference’s college football season will move forward as scheduled, conference officials said Wednesday, meaning four major Texas football programs are free to play this fall. “Ultimately, our student-athletes have indicated their desire to compete in the sports they love this season and it is up to all of us […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Texas Tops Arkansas 73-71 in OT

The first-ever Armed Forces Classic at Fort Bliss certainly lived up to it’s ‘classic’ name, as the Longhorns escaped with win in overtime versus the Razorbacks. UT’s Kerwin Roach’s 3-pointer with 1 second left in regulation helped the ‘Horns get one last shot at Arkansas in overtime.  To read a full story on the game, […]Read More

UT Board of Regents Approves Tuition, Fee Increase; UTEP’s $197

The University of Texas System Board of Regents approved tuition and fee increase proposals for all eight UT System academic institutions including The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) on Monday, March 19, 2018. The approved increases range from one to eight percent. UTEP;s base tuition increase was approved at 5 percent, a $197 […]Read More

Med School on the Cheap: Why Becoming a Doctor in

When Caitlin Comfort decided to go to medical school, the Yale grad had her heart set on staying on the East Coast. But her wallet had different ideas. Facing $90,000 per year price tags for tuition, she said no thanks, and started applying to schools back home in Texas. That’s exactly what state legislators and […]Read More

Report: UT System Grads Get Better Jobs, Make More Money

AUSTIN – Graduates from University of Texas System schools, on average, do better in their careers than students with degrees from other colleges – not just in Texas but across the nation, according to a joint study out today from Georgetown University and the University of Texas. The study also found that students’ choice of major […]Read More