Ana Cavazos and Jazmin Gonzalez never got to meet Dr. Norman “Joe” Binder, but they hope to honor his legacy as the first beneficiaries of the Joe Binder Scholarship Endowment for Students of Politics.
Senator Lucio welcomed the United Brownsville delegation for Brownsville Day at the Capitol.
A commemorative plaque of Traces to Remember project will be on display at the State Capitol, to keep alive the testimony of Holocaust survivors, to promote tolerance, equality, human dignity, and human rights.
Chancellor impressed by "exceptional quality" with which the institution is taking shape.
Senator Lucio and his capitol staff are already hard at work on legislation that will be presented during the 140-day session.
With more than 6,500 student applications already received, the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley is preparing to implement its new admissions process, which could be more rigorous than UT-Pan American’s. Continue Reading »
It’s altogether natural and perhaps fitting that society has a tendency to measure carefully each word and deed of new leaders once they assume the mantle of leadership. Continue Reading »