The Tea Party is reshaping the Texas political landscape. Starting as a protest movement scrutinizing government spending, the group has matured into competitive political force, with many of its candidates winning primaries.
What do you do when you’ve created 30 restaurant concepts? When you’ve invented six national chains, including Fuddruckers and EatZi’s? When you’ve mastered the delivery of everything from BBQ to … Read More
A.J. Jacobs is hosting a family reunion, and everyone is invited. The April 1 Tate Lecture featured the Esquire Editor-at-Large and author, whose latest human guinea pig project is working … Read More
SMU Mock Trial heads to the Opening Rounds Championship in Memphis, Tenn. this weekend.
The beginning of March means one thing for college students: midterms. But as SMU students head to Fondren to study for their chemistry labs and history seminars, the United States … Read More
A recent Texas law bans 20-week abortions, increases facility requirements for abortion clinics and requires clinics to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital. Both sides of the abortion issue weigh in on the law, which recently went to the Supreme Court on appeal.
The Council for Aid to Education will release the new Collegiate Learning Assessment test this academic year. The test is designed to show critical thinking abilities and basic skills. While over 200 colleges have already chosen to use the test this spring, students, professors and employers remain skeptical of the test’s merits.
Students are enrolling in college now more than ever before.
Brinker shows cost cuts and revenue increases, remains stable in first quarter.
As Chili’s becomes more modern, it tries to retain its consumer base of families. Chili’s is a much different company than the single-unit burger joint that opened on Greenville in 1975.