For the Record: Oct. 12, 2007

Peter J. RoseEdward Countryman, History, discussed the history and potential benefits of open immigration in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Oct. 8, 2007.

Cal Jillson, Political Science, talked about Texas’ high intake of federal dollars versus its “pork-barrel libertarianism” in The Houston Chronicle Oct. 9, 2007.

Peter Rose (’04), a Geological Sciences alumnus and student of Louis Jacobs, has identified bones found on a ranch near Glen Rose, Texas, during the 1990s as a previously unknown species, which he has named Paluxysaurus jonesii. A previous, incomplete examination of the bones identified them as those of a pleurocoelus, resulting in the species being named the Texas state dinosaur in 1997. The official designation now may be reassigned to the paluxysaurus. Read more from The Dallas Morning News. (Left, Rose, now studying at the University of Minnesota, as photographed by David Joles of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Star-Tribune.)

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