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Students and professors use the micro-blogging service to communicate inside and outside the classroom.
Texas's academic star shines bright on and off the court.
Admitting the top 10 percent of every Texas high school makes it hard to accept out-of-state students.
About 81 percent of entering freshmen are automatically admitted because of the top 10 percent law.
Judge accepts fraternity's explanation for its failure to respond to original lawsuit.
Largest medical school is still hurting from Hurricane Ike damage.
The only student paper to pick McCain as of October 31 was from the University of Mississippi.
Freshman fell from his fifth-floor balcony two years ago after being hazed by fraternity members.
UTEP paper is lifted off racks after it hints at homecoming queen's supposed scandalous past.
University of Texas and hospital officials expect "significant" layoffs at the 12,000-person facility.