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Mexico's archaeology institute downplays theories that the ancient Mayas predicted some sort of apocalypse would occur in 2012, but on Thursday it acknowledged that a second reference to the date exists on a carved fragment found at a southern Mexico ruin site.
The professional archive of Nobel Prize-winning writer J.M. Coetzee will be housed at the University of Texas' Harry Ransom Center humanities library, providing a rare glimpse into the man considered a master storyteller of the South African experience and public injustice.
Rick Perry went out on a limb Thursday by refusing to back off his support as Texas governor for granting in-state tuition to some of the children of illegal immigrants, and painting critics of the law as heartless — remarks that landed him in the cross hairs of his GOP rivals.
University of Texas President William Powers said Wednesday that creating stability is the top priority for the Big 12 and suggested Texas is open to a new revenue-sharing model.
Over the past dozen years, Oklahoma and Texas have teamed up to turn the Big 12 into one of the nation's foremost college conferences, winning two national championships and playing for the title a half dozen times.
University of Texas regents have given president Bill Powers Jr. the authority to negotiate a move out of the Big 12 to a new conference.
Eric Olsen was so immediately impacted by the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on New York City that the term ground zero had not yet taken hold. That morning, it was known in his house simply as "the fire."
The Longhorn Network, the much-hyped and controversial partnership between ESPN and the University of Texas, launches Friday with a significant question: Will anyone be watching?