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Physics T.A. Not Born In U.S.

AUSTIN, TX—Scandal rocked the University of Texas Monday, when it was learned that Bin Lu, a 28-year-old physics teaching assistant, was not born in the U.S., but rather in China. "We are investigating this matter fully," said C. Thomas Brady, Director of Administrative Affairs at the school. "How a foreigner infiltrated our system, and got through our exhaustive set of security clearance checks, is a question we must answer." Brady vowed to get to the bottom of the matter.

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