Opposition Forms to Potential Hire of Mexican President

Some University of Texas at Austin students and community organizations don't want the Mexican president who they say ravaged the country to take a teaching position at the university, and they are prepared to organize against such an appointment.

In August, The Dallas Morning News reported that Calderón was in talks with several universities about professor positions, including UT. Officials from the university would not confirm or deny whether the talks took place. The Mexican Embassy declined to comment. Calderón’s office could not be reached for comment.

Alejandra Spector graduated from UT in May and now works for an ...

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