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Tower Crosses Are Gone, but Campus Clash Lives On

Sissy Bradford, a former Texas A&M San Antonio adjunct criminology professor who was fired after commenting on the installation of crosses at the top of the campus entry tower.
Sissy Bradford, a former Texas A&M San Antonio adjunct criminology professor who was fired after commenting on the installation of crosses at the top of the campus entry tower.

Texas A&M University-San Antonio instructor says she no longer has classes to teach because of questions she raised about the placement of crosses near the campus. 

The Weekly Tribcast: Episode 134

Ross, Emily, Reeve and Jay review the winners and losers of Tuesday's primary elections, look ahead to the upcoming runoffs, and consider what it all means for next session.

Wentworth Files Defamation Suit, Jones Responds

Sen. Jeff Wentworth, R-San Antonio, prepares to leave the Senate chamber after he tried to generate support for his guns-on-campus bill SB354 on April 11, 2011
Sen. Jeff Wentworth, R-San Antonio, prepares to leave the Senate chamber after he tried to generate support for his guns-on-campus bill SB354 on April 11, 2011

Elizabeth Ames Jones, a candidate in SD-25, has filed her response to a defamation suit filed against her by incumbent state Sen. Jeff Wentworth, R-San Antonio. Her campaign calls his suit "frivolous and politically-inspired."

How Does Tuition Compare at Texas Public Universities?

The cost of college in Texas is back at center stage, following speculation last week that University of Texas at Austin President Bill Powers' job could be in jeopardy over his frustration with a tuition freeze. Here's a look at the average tuition and fees at every public university in Texas for fiscal year 2012. 

UT's Reform-Minded Chairman at Center of Controversy

UT Board of Regents Chairman Gene Powell asks the Board to support Chancellor Dr. Franciso Cigarroa at their Austin meeting on May 12, 2011.
UT Board of Regents Chairman Gene Powell asks the Board to support Chancellor Dr. Franciso Cigarroa at their Austin meeting on May 12, 2011.

Gene Powell, chairman of the UT System's board of regents, has drawn lots of attention. The latest commotion surrounds a report — which he denies — that he asked the chancellor to recommend the firing of UT-Austin's president.

The Weekly TribCast: Episode 132

Evan, Ross, Reeve and Ben try their hands at determining which U.S. Senate candidate is the Deb Fischer of Texas and separating facts and rumors from the latest brouhaha at the University of Texas.