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  1. MSU Presidential Candidate #3 ForumRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KAUZ

    ... Affairs for The University of Texas System. However, Dr. Nelsen was the President at The University of Texas Pan American between January 2010 and August 2014. So, he knows it takes a lot of work. "Well, I grew up as a mustang so I'd come back and ...

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  2. Men's Tennis Tseng Named Conference USA Athlete of the WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Southern Miss

    Southern Miss' Wen-Po Tseng was named Conference USA Athlete of the Week after leading the Golden Eagles to a pair of wins. Tseng played a pivotal role in leading the Golden Eagles post a pair of 5-2 wins during the week against Lamar and UT Pan American.

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  3. Men's Tennis Team Downs UT-Pan American 5-2Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | Southern Miss

    The Southern Miss men's tennis team defeated UT-Pan American 5-2 at the Thomas Family Tennis Center on the campus of Lamar University Saturday. The Golden Eagles improved to 7-3.

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  4. Texas-San Diego baseball game canceled, double-header set for SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Austin American-Statesman

    As a result, Sunday will now be a double-header. A seven-inning game will start at 11 a.m., followed by a nine-inning game 45 minutes later.

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  5. VSO presents Chorale Masterpiece Concert VRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Progress Times

    ... Mass in celebratory, joyful and contemplative moods. Dr. Coberly, professor of voice at the University of Texas Pan American, has sung in several solo recitals, oratorios and concerts and has performed in opera and Broadway musicals such as Susanna ...

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  6. RGV Civil War Trail explores region's historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Progress Times

    As the War Between the States separated the country in the 1800s, a smaller, lesser-known version of it played out in the Rio Grande Valley. "Really nobody in this area sort of bought into the Confederate argument, but they did buy into the idea of being left alone," said Christopher Miller, a history professor at the University of Texas-Pan American.

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  7. MHS class studies Mexican American rootsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Progress Times

    A six-student class at Mission High School is making history as the first Mexican American studies dual-enrollment course in Texas. Covering a Post-Civil War 1864 to the 2000s, the class is following the United States timeline from the southwest perspective.

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  8. Spring Breakers warned to avoid Mexico as drug cartel violence continuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Daily Mail

    The Texas Department of Public Safety said on Tuesday that cartels operating in the country pose a safety threat because of their 'unpredictable' movements. Last September, 43 Mexican college students went missing and were later confirmed dead after being captured by an organized crime gang in the southwestern city of Iguala.

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  9. Experts Say Most People Should Have A WillRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | MyHighPlains.com

    "A lot of people feel a will is for rich people. But what a will does is express your dying wishes," said Dr. Terrance Martin Jr., an assistant professor of finance at the University of Texas-Pan American.

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  10. Texas-UT Pan American baseball game rescheduled for WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Austin American-Statesman

    No. 9 Texas has won six games straight and is coming off a four-game sweep of Minnesota. The pitching match up pits Texas right-hander Connor Mayes against UTPA right-hander Parker Gallegos We have sent you a verification email.

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  11. Texas' offense produces runs right off the batRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Daily Texan

    In No. 9 Texas' first five games at UFCU Disch-Falk Field this season, the bats have come alive and driven in 45 runs.

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  12. Texas baseball secures four-game sweep against Golden GophersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Daily Texan

    A bounce-back start from sophomore pitcher Kacy Clemens helped No. 8 Texas secure a four-game sweep against Minnesota in an 80 win Sunday.

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  13. Politics in play as Texas leaders protest same-sex marriageRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Star-Telegram.com

    Every marriage soon might be recognized by federal law, a stroke for liberty and an average $15,000 boost for the economy. Whatever courts rule on an Austin same-sex marriage last week, or whatever the Supreme Court rules in June on the 14th Amendment equal right to marry, Republicans "should rail against it for one powerful reason," professor Cal Jillson of Southern Methodist University wrote by email.

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  14. Baseball Broncs Win Home OpenerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | KRGV

    Logan Landon homered in the sixth inning of the baseball Broncs' home opener in Edinburg on Friday night to key a 3-1 victory over Abilene Christian. UT-Pan American improves to 3-and-2 on the season after splitting four road games to start the campaign.

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  15. Smithsonian exhibit comes to UTPA Feb. 17Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | Progress Times

    "Journey Stories," a traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution, will open Feb. 17 at The University of Texas-Pan American Library and be on display in the Library's Shary Room through March 27. The exhibit's theme is immigration, migration and transportation, suggesting that everyone has a journey. UTPA is one of only six places in Texas that the exhibit will travel to this year.

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  16. Seattle U men lose at New Mexico State, 73-47Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Seattle Times

    The Seattle University men's basketball team could not hold down New Mexico State on Thursday, as it had in the first meeting of the season between the two teams, and the Redhawks lost 73-47 in a Western Athletic Conference game in Las Cruces, N.M. Isiah Umipig was the only Redhawk to reach double figures in the scoring column, finishing with 15 points. New Mexico State opened a 10-3 lead four minutes into the game but Seattle U answered and took an 11-10 lead.

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  17. Scandals Do Not Have Sustained Impacts on Business, According To StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 11 | International Business Times

    Financial and personal scandals associated with chief executives may cause big commercials organisations terrible consequences. However, these do not have lasting negative effects on future business dealings, according to a recent study.

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  18. The Monarch Butterfly, the Gray Whale and the Free Trade AgreementRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 | The Link

    Canada, the U.S. and Mexico share a lot. While borders divide North America, free trade agreements from the 1990s allow products and resources to move easily through them.

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  19. CNN Politics Digital continues to staff upRead the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | Poynter Online

    In a memo to staff Monday, CNN Politics Digital Executive Editor Rachel Smolkin announced former Politico deputy White House editor Hilary Krieger will be the outlet's enterprise editor. In her new job, Krieger will help "shape and edit" enterprise coverage from her colleagues and create a global affairs and national security beat.

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  20. Scandals don't impact businesses negatively in long-termRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 7 | Newkerala.com

    The study by University of Sussex says that after corrective measures are put in place following a scandal translate, it improves operating performance, often outstripping that of scandal-free rivals. In a study of 80 corporate scandals in the USA, share prices plummeted between 6.5 percent and 9.5 percent in the month after the misconduct was made public, collectively costing shareholders an average of 1.9 billion dollars per scandal-hit firm.

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