HOUSTON — It’s 10 a.m. on a Tuesday morning in September and Alexander X. Byrd’s daylong, meeting-packed marathon across Rice University’s lush grounds is just ramping up. He’s having his team in the diversity, equity and inclusion office discuss a divisive debate that erupted at Yale University after a professor portrayed administrators’ guidance against racially […]
Lawyers for impeached Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said the impeachment case against him was full of innuendo and “outright lies.”
After a week of turmoil over the botched hiring of a Black journalist to revive the Texas A&M University journalism department, M. Katherine Banks has resigned as the university’s president.
Nearly 1.4 million Texans poised to have some or all their student debt canceled by the federal government will have to continue paying off their loan balances after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness plan is unconstitutional.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the consideration of race in college admissions violates the U.S. Constitution, effectively ending the way that many universities across the country have tried to increase diversity.