A committee of higher education leaders and faculty from across the U.S. released a list of recommendations to the Department of Education March 13, enumerating ways to help students enroll in, pay for and graduate from college.
Young Conservatives of Texas chairman Saurabh Sharma was one of the students present at the White House on Thursday when President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at protecting free speech on college campuses.
House Bill 1482 revamps the state's current anti-hazing statute by expanding the definition of hazing to include forcing others to consume an alcoholic beverage and creates immunity from civil liability for reporting an act of hazing.
Because the laws in this country are supposed to reflect the consensus of the people, the Texas Capitol keeps its doors open to the public so state legislators can hear the grievances of their constituents.
As Pritesh Gandhi waited for his dark roast at Coffee Shark, he didn’t pull out his phone or stare silently at the walls like the other patrons did. Instead, he used the two-minute window to strike up a conversation with a man sitting at the bar.
First-gen and low-income students often have to navigate the complex college admissions and financial aid process on their own. They often work multiple jobs, on top of going into debt, to pay for college. Help us highlight those stories.
State Rep. James Talarico, D-Round Rock, filed House Bill 3003, which would mandate public universities in Texas have at least one faculty member acting as a counselor to students with children under 18.