LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales will serve a second year as a visiting professor for Texas Tech. We told you last month that Gonzales had leased office space in Austin.
On Tuesday, Tech announced Gonzales' agreed to stick around, saying in part, "Gonzales received a favorable response from his students following his first year." The chair of Tech's political science division, Dennis Patterson, called Gonzales a tremendous asset to the university.
Gonzales served under President George W. Bush, and resigned as Attorney General in 2007.
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Sunday was another cool and windy day across West Texas. The high in Lubbock was 64 degrees after a cold morning low of 21 degrees.
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