The Morning Texan: Clear skies, Juneteenth and more

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Wednesday's skies will have a few clouds but it will be mostly sunny, according to the National Weather Service. This is following Tuesday's rainy and cloudy day.

June 19 is Juneteenth Day, the day slaves in Texas were set free. Forty-two of the states recognize this day as a state holiday. While Wednesday may be Juneteenth, UT had its celebration a day early. Check out The Daily Texan's article here. 

Here is some morning reading:

Yesterday's most read article: It is eight years since he helped UT win the national title, and Longhorn Tarell Brown still has his "DBU" legacy

In case you missed it: Yesterday, Seton announced they had recieve the final approval needed to move forward with building the teaching hospital that will be part of the UT Dell Medical School. They also announced intentions to invest $295 million in the teaching hospital.

What you have to read: There are still three, big, landmark Supreme Court cases without decisions. Fisher is one of them. Check out The Daily Texan's roundup of some of the dramatic unannounced cases.