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    Supporters of the University of Texas rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, as the high court takes up a challenge to the university's program that considers race in some college admissions. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)


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    Andrew F. Oberle, a postgraduate student of anthropology and primate behavior at the University of Texas at San Antonio, has been observing these chimps at a primate sanctuary in South Africa. A vicious attack on him last week astonished conservationists who knew the chimps. (Associated Press)


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    Andrew F. Oberle, a postgraduate student of anthropology and primate behavior at the University of Texas at San Antonio, has been observing these chimps at a primate sanctuary in South Africa. A vicious attack on him last week astonished conservationists who knew the chimps. (Associated Press)


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    This illustration provided by Jorge R. Pinon, a former president of Amoco Oil Latin America who is now at the University of Texas at Austin, shows where different oil companies hold the rights to drill in various offshore blocks in Cuban waters in the Gulf of Mexico. An initial well drilled by Spanish oil giant Repsol came up dry, so the stakes for Cuba are high that oil be found soon.


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    This illustration provided by Jorge R. Pinon, a former president of Amoco Oil Latin America who is now at the University of Texas at Austin, shows where different oil companies hold the rights to drill in various offshore blocks in Cuban waters in the Gulf of Mexico. An initial well drilled by Spanish oil giant Repsol came up dry, so the stakes for Cuba are high that oil be found soon.


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    University of Texas students gather as police respond to a shooting inside a campus library Tuesday. A gunman later identified by Austin police as a student opened fire, then fatally shot himself. (Associated Press)


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    Police officers escort a student to safety, across from the Perry-Castaneda Library, after a shooting at the University of Texas library in Austin on Tuesday Sept. 28, 2010. A gunman opened fire Tuesday inside a University of Texas campus library then fatally shot himself, and police are searching for a possible second suspect, university police said. (AP Photo/The Daily Texan, Andrew Torrey)


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    A police officer patrols the University of Texas campus in Austin early Tuesday morning Sept. 28, 2010 after a gunman opened fire at the Perry-Castaneda Library. A gunman opened fire Tuesday inside a University of Texas campus library then fatally shot himself, and police are searching for a possible second suspect, university police said. The UT clock tower is seen in the background. (AP Photo/The Daily Texan, Derek Stout)


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    A police sniper circles the University of Texas campus from a helicopter in Austin on Tuesday Sept. 28, 2010 after a shooting. A gunman opened fire Tuesday inside a University of Texas campus library then fatally shot himself, and police are searching for a possible second suspect, university police said. (AP Photo/The Daily Texan, Caleb Bryant Miller)


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