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UT's journalism school is one of the best in the country, according to this list

It’s a good time to be a Longhorn journalism student.

A recent list made by the college ranking site College Factual placed the journalism school… 209 more words

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Bobcats Lose to the Longhorns Tuesday Night

By Eddie Lerma
Sports Reporter

Bobcat baseball ended their five game road trip with a loss to the Texas Longhorns at Disch-Falk Field. The Texas Longhorns defeated the Bobcats with the final score of 6-2. 188 more words

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Follow Live: Henry Kissinger speaks at LBJ Library's Vietnam War Summit

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who also served as a national security adviser to President Richard Nixon and President Gerald Ford, speaks on Tuesday night at the Vietnam War Summit being hosted by the LBJ Presidential Library in Austin. 59 more words

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Follow Live: Henry Kissinger speaks at LBJ Library's Vietnam War Summit

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who also served as a national security adviser to President Richard Nixon and President Gerald Ford, speaks on Tuesday night at the Vietnam War Summit being hosted by the LBJ Presidential Library in Austin. 59 more words

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Admiral William McRaven and the Greatest of Special Ops: Saving America

In an essay in The Wall Street Journal recently, Thomas C. Reed proposed that, to “stiffen the collective spines of our allies in this time of troubles,” American conservatives might think of advancing a military leader for president. 1,005 more words

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Offensive explosion spurs Texas to series win

LUBBOCK (KXAN) — Texas sophomore Joe Baker said it best “it’s our time to click”. Click indeed. With the series knotted at one, Texas throttled Texas Tech 17-1 on Sunday for a series win over the Big 12’s best team. 263 more words

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A Little Music for a Sunday Evening

There haven’t been many posts of late in the Glover Gardens Cookbook.

The entire household has been in a bit of a frenzy this spring: finalizing the college decision for our remaining millennial in the house, celebrating the Eagle Scout Court of Honor for said millennial, preparing a speech for an industry conference related to my day job, and starting to recover from the damage done at Glover Gardens by…

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