Texas A&M Looks for Savings, Finds a Fight

Sometimes, you go looking for a fight.

John Sharp, the new Texas A&M University System chancellor, is out to privatize services at the main campus in College Station, and he’s getting the kind of pushback that is pure gold for someone in his position.

He says he is digging for savings that can be used for education, faculty and other things people think of when thinking about college.

That leaves everybody else fighting for jobs that he says they won’t lose.

It’s a classic John Sharp joint. I ought to know — I worked for him for a couple of ...

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