Texas A&M to Launch New Campus in Israel

October 22, 2013

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The New York Times reports that Texas A&M leaders and Israeli officials, joined by Texas Gov. Rick Perry, will assemble in Jerusalem Wednesday to announce the creation of Peace University, to be built in Nazareth. It will be the first branch campus in Israel opened by an American university, The Times writes.

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