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Student accuses restaurant of 'transphobia' after being denied entry while in drag

Tyler Grant, a junior at the University of Texas at Austin, who identifies as gender queer, has filed a complaint against Whataburger after being denied entry while dressing in drag. 870 more words

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Wagner coach Camacho's biggest fan is her 91-year-old father

Legendary Lanier High School basketball coach Nemo Herrera died in 1984, but his influence continues to resonate long after he led the Voks to a pair of state championships in the 1940s. 1,071 more words

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What exactly are college admissions "irregularities"?

Claims of favoritism and irregularities in admission practices at the nation’s best universities have been around for decades.

Here in Lone Star State, one University of Texas System regent has been relentless on revealing any such irregularities that may exist at the University of Texas at Austin’s admission and fundraising practices. 746 more words

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My Magical Monday Moment

Oh the bliss that today brought!  I hit a major milestone in life.  I put down the deposit and co-signed the lease so that Son Number Two can move come August and go to college. 326 more words

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Cedar Hill football coach arrested on DWI charge

Cedar Hill High School head football coach Joey McGuire was arrested on DWI charges early Friday morning, according to the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office.

McGuire reported the incident to Cedar Hill ISD, according to a release from the school district. 94 more words

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LGBT students speak out: What it's like to live in today's South

From its stately pine trees and hot summers to its fried foods and friendly people, the South is famous for its hospitality. But for Americans in the LGBT community, the thought of living south of the Mason-Dixon Line often conjures up only one reputation: intolerance. 2,322 more words

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'Mad Men' star Hamm Was Accused In Violent Fraternity Hazing

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm took part in a violent college hazing in 1990 at the University of Texas that led to criminal charges and to the fraternity chapter permanently disbanding, according to court and school records obtained Thursday. 404 more words

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