That sounds like it does violate the open carry law of the state of Texas. Photo by ctj71081
Topic: University of Texas
Fisher v. Texas, Take Two
At the Heritage Foundation on the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, two law professors gave a preview of the second Fisher v. Texas decision, which was again before the U.S. Supreme Court. Vanderbilt Law’s own James…
Syllabus says to Not Say “God Bless You” in Class
As College Fix reported: It seems a professor at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley indicated on his syllabus that students should “refrain from saying, ‘God bless you.’” A snapshot of the syllabus went…
University of Texas Relocates Confederate Statue
The injunction to keep the statue of Jefferson Davis in a prominent part of campus was denied, so the statue will be relocated to another part of the college campus.
University of Texas Panel Recommends Relocation of Confederate Statues or Add Explanations
A university task force made several recommendations, one of which was to add explanations to the statues to give context. Another is to relocate the statues, which previously failed back in 2010.
University of Texas Can’t Hide Scandal behind Privacy Laws
FERPA (or the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) is commonly used to hide information from the public, but this time, the University of Texas-Austin can’t stop a scandal from ballooning in the public eye….
UT-Austin Unrepentant on Affirmative Action
For higher education administrators, affirmative action remains a topic of concern. In Fisher v. The University of Texas at Austin, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that race can be a determining factor regarding student admission….
Texas Students Offended by Jefferson Davis Statue, OKs Resolution to Remove It
The statue of the Confederate leader could be moved off-campus because current University of Texas-Austin students deem it offensive to them since it reminds them of slavery and racism. Too bad they forgot the War…
Texas Faculty Told Not to Support On-Campus Carry Efforts for Students
Talk about an attempt to suppress free speech and Second Amendment rights. The faculty council chair at the University of Texas-Austin told faculty to not support the on-campus carry efforts in the university system: “Professor…
Kaplan University Takes On Obama
The U.S. Department of Education’s latest rule, the “gainful employment” or GE rule, mandates that for-profit colleges cannot saddle students with debt at an arbitrary rate. However, it affects only for-profit colleges such as Kaplan,…