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How many UT students does it take to change a light bulb?

7 – one to change it, three to choose a local rock band to play for the occasion, and three to argue about the best venue for the gig.

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Like the state it represents, the University of Texas does nothing by halves. The second biggest college in the country, with a huge, ultra-liberal campus in a huge, ultra-conservative state, this public Ivy is extraordinarily capable in its academics, insanely ambitious with its party life, massively arty, massively sporty and overwhelmingly diverse.

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