May 8, 2013
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1. Carly Palacios said on May 14, 2013
Im still young. But ill be here soon.
2. christoph said on Oct. 30, 2013
This is a win for the ut austin system. Their institution will become stronger with an excellent law school and now a legitimite biomedical hub, come to fruition by the establishment of a medical institution. Not only will austin be an attractive place to lure future medical students/graduate students, but also top notch biomedical researchers, scientists, and possible biotech spinoffs to help with the economy. the only people i feel for are the residents, who have dealt with, in my opinion, an overcrowded city. Unfortunately, austin isn't a "big" city, but it's probably the most dynamic in texas, per capita. I fully support this, but hope the polititicians have thoguht this trhough.
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