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After two students protest the restriction, university officials reconsidered its usefulness.
Roommates attend disciplinary hearing after defying rule that bans dorm window signage.
UT campus will enhance existing fence, while government will pay for cameras.
The UT system sees an 80 percent increase in profits from oil and natural gas drilling on its land.
Study reports students overestimate peers' marijuana use.
Schools stop serving the fruit, and Texas goes all local.
The University of Texas combines a chili cook-off with finding a job; the Universityof North Carolina celebrates its 213th anniversary
Survival advice from Murray State, Notre Dame, Texas, and UCLA.
University of Minnesota suffers from frequent bomb threats; Ball State celebrates Prohibition Repeal Day; University of Utah holds a Samba Drum and Dance class; Notre Dame clubs/bars are selling well; University of Texas expands its Hungry for Justice program; a musket causes panic at Colorado State
Foam-sword-wielding warriors at the University of Texas try to make a point; University of Maryland students worry about a university police recruitment video; a South Carolina student invents the Bookah Bear