The potential firing of UT-Austin President Bill Powers marks another success for the machine that’s been chewing through Texas politics and institutions.
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Eighteen UT-Austin students staged a sit-in Wednesday outside President Bill Powers’ office, demanding the university halt a plan that puts 500 staff jobs on the chopping block.
The Lead: Lawmakers negotiated late into the night in an attempt to finalize the 2014-2015 state budget. Conference committee members have agreed on a […]
Sen. Kel Seliger’s bill that could cut through the University of Texas System regents’ current power struggle with the Legislature was heard by the House Higher Education Committee early Wednesday morning.
Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst insinuated that Powers has been the victim of character assassination in a tribute to UT President Bill Powers this afternoon