Texas Monthly editor Evan Smith interviewed Texas A&M's new president, Dr. Elsa Murano, in February for an episode of "Texas Monthly Talks" that is available online here. (To the left of her mug shot, under "View Interview," you can click on either Broadband or Modem.)
Nothing journalism-specific in this interview, but I thought it might be of interest to our readers as she talks about issues such as minority recruitment and what is required for A&M to become one of the top 3 public universities. They also discuss A&M traditions (she gently chides the basketball fans, saying "Aggies don't boo"), the future of Bonfire and Fidel Castro stepping down, which had happened the day of the interview. And she closes with a "Longhorn joke."