Cries of Not another nickel, not another dime, no more money for Mubaraks crimes, rang across the lawn in front of the Capitol on Saturday as protesters waved Egyptian flags and chanted to support the Egyptian uprising for democracy.
Experts called for change in the minds of Europeans and Americans as they compared and contrasted racial and religious intolerance on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean during a panel discussion at UT this weekend.
About 200 Latino students drop out of high school every hour in the U.S., said Sarah Sanchez, UTs recruitment director for Teach for America, a national organization that commits recent college graduates to serve as teachers in lower-income areas for two years.
While most scientists agree that coral reefs are in danger of dying, they point their fingers at causes that range from global warming to water pollution. New research from UT researchers suggest there could be a way to slow down the process.