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Texas and Six Other States Sue to End DACA—The Texas Tribune
The office of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing to fight an Obama-era immigration measure that protects hundreds of thousands of immigrants nationwide from deportation.

The Cost of Recruiting Athletes has Doubled at Top Texas Colleges. At Some Schools, Students Help Foot the Bill.—The Texas Tribune
At eight public schools in Texas that participate in the highest level of college sports, recruiting costs have increased 131 percent on average.

Alabama College Leader Likely Pick for UH-Victoria Presidency—Houston Chronicle
Robert Glenn, president of Athens State University in Alabama, has been named the sole finalist for president of the University of Houston-Victoria.

A University in Texas Promised Full Scholarships to Dozens of Nepalese Students. Months Later, It Revoked the Offer—The Chronicle of Higher Education
The University of Texas at Tyler offered more full-ride Presidential Scholarships than it could afford to give.

Texas Southern University Raises $1 million at Maroon Gray Gala—Houston Chronicle
Texas Southern University set the bar for how institutions of higher learning should throw a gala.

Internet Outrage Machine Says UT-Austin Sees Masculinity as a Mental Disorder, and University Shifts to Damage Control—The Chronicle of Higher Education
Texas is just the latest university to find itself in the cross hairs of critics over “masculinity” programs that seek to expand definitions of male identity and prevent sexual assaults.