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Sullivan: Is Aggieland Tilting Left?

Sullivan: Is Aggieland Tilting Left?

Texas A&M was once considered a conservative institution – perhaps one of the last bastions of traditional values in higher education. In recent years, it has shifted left – if not yet as wildly as the University of Texas. CampusReform.org reports on the latest...
Commentary: A Tale of Two Systems

Commentary: A Tale of Two Systems

In higher education, policymakers can debate many things — tuition levels, the need for bloated administrative bureaucracies, and the utility of identity politics in academic curricula, to name just three examples. But the free speech rights of students should not be...
Sharp Seeks Stay on Proposed Contract Expansion

Sharp Seeks Stay on Proposed Contract Expansion

Shortly before the Texas A&M Board of Regents was set to consider a contract extension for Chancellor John Sharp he’s asking for them to delay it until Gov. Abbott’s new nominees have been installed. Earlier this month, Texas Scorecard reported that Sharp’s allies...
Is a Regent Battle Brewing in Aggieland?

Is a Regent Battle Brewing in Aggieland?

Goodbye to texas university and so long to the Orange and the White, the latest state university to contend with a regent controversy could be Texas A&M. Sources in Austin allege that A&M Chancellor John Sharp’s allies are seeking to extend his contract before...