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McRaven contract expires but he will keep working

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He's staying put. UT System Chancellor Bill McRaven will keep his job in 2018 beyond his contract expiration. 

There had been some speculation McRaven would be ousted because of high-profile clashes with lawmakers over guns on campus, tuition rates and other issues. But the university announced McRaven will remain without a contract, just as his predecessors did. The Chancellor serves at the pleasure of the board of regents.  McRaven earns just under $2 million a year overseeing 14 campuses, 90 thousand employees and over two hundred thousand students.

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