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Here's the suit that names Lobo Properties, Learfield and the university's board of regents as defendants.
Consultants also recommended that the system’s board of governors be replaced by a board of regents with no ties to politics or governance at individual universities.
The regents passed a similar resolution in December 2015.
The regents had wanted to freeze tuition for the 2017-'18 academic year, but then increase it no more than the cost of living for 2018-'19.
Traditionally, the regents have elected the chief justice as chancellor.
The program was announced during the U-M Board of Regents' June meeting, where regents normally set tuition rates for the coming year.
Texas A&M regents approve a new outdoor track stadium.
McRaven works for the board that hired him, but those regents are political appointments made by the governor, and the Legislature controls the state budget that sends public money to its universities.
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REGENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of regent for English Language Learners
: a person who rules a kingdom when the king or queen is not able to rule because he or she is sick, too young, etc.
REGENT Defined for Kids
Definition of regent for Students
: a person who temporarily governs a kingdom in place of a monarch
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