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Two Words for College Grads: Carbon Emissions

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Crickets Thwart Texas University Tradition

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Professor Assigns Students to 'E-Fast'

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Counselor Preps for College Admissions Season

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Funds for 'Reading First' Program in Peril

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Film Chronicles High-School Debate Teams

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