This episode of the Wallace Hall saga begins with state lawmakers holding a transparency meeting in private.
Some groups objecting to that opacity are financed by donors they will not reveal, some of whom aim, as Hall does, to change the way things are done in higher education in Texas.
And it could very well end with a stage, a spotlight and an audience for a government appointee who has been trying to bring attention to the practices of the state’s most prestigious public university.
Hall, appointed by Gov. Rick Perry to the University of Texas System Board of Regents ...