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After Michigan State: Could We Be Next?—The Chronicle of Higher Education
I really can’t imagine anything like that happening here.

Banks Pay Up for Top Billing on Campus—The Wall Street Journal
Banks like Wells Fargo & Co., PNC Financial Services Group Inc. and U.S. Bancorp have signed scores of deals with schools nationwide that essentially make the universities their sales representatives.

Texas Universities that Profit the Most, Least Off Sports—Houston Chronicle
Few states are as crazy about sports, especially football, as Texas. But maintaining the heated hype behind these teams, as well as the teams themselves, costs a pretty penny.

If HCC students don’t have to pay for food, will they perform better? A new study wants to find out.—Houston Chronicle
A new University of Houston study is tracking 2,000 Houston Community College students to see if receiving free food will improve their academic performance.

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Calls for Permanent DACA Solution—Houston
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce urged Texas Senators and the state’s congressional delegation to find a permanent solution protecting young immigrants in the country illegally.