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The Inventor

UT physicist John Goodenough changed our lives with his pioneering battery research—and he isn’t done yet. On a Monday morning...

 

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Powers Takes His Leave

The Weight of the World

 

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Shakespeare at Winedale Celebrates 45 Years

As I drove along the back roads to Shakespeare at Winedale, nestled in a tranquil corner of southeast Texas, I couldn’t help...

 

UT’s Francie Ostrower Snags $3.5 Million to Study Arts Engagement

UT Researchers: Running May Help Treat PTSD

Football and Brain Injury: “Something Needs to Change”

 
 

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Party of Horns

Happy Longhorns gathered at the home of Linda Diehl Kruger, BS ’89, for a spring get-together. From left: Michelle Capua Conwell,...

 

Texas Track Reunion

Prague Horns

Longhorn Stands Tall

‘The Sensitives’ Reveals a Little-Known and Controversial Illness [Watch]

 

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A Man, a Plan, and a Flaming Trombone [Watch]

Can’t see this video? Click here. What has a brass bell, a mellifluous tone, and shoots flames 26 feet into the air? That would...

 

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Party of Horns

Happy Longhorns gathered at the home of Linda Diehl Kruger, BS ’89, for a spring get-together. From left: Michelle Capua Conwell, BS ’90; Linda Diehl Kruger;...

 
 

Texas Track Reunion

Former members of the Longhorn track team assembled during the Texas Relays and UT track reunion with Hall of Honor member and Olympic silver medalist Eddie Southern. From...

 
 

Prague Horns

Texas pride was on display at the Charles Bridge in Prague as Brenton Riley, BS ’08, salutes the Longhorns while his fiancee makes an unknown gesture possibly...

 
 

Longhorn Stands Tall

Preston Nix, BA ’12, submitted this amazing photo from atop the monolith known as El Peñón de Guatapé in Antioquia, Colombia.

 
 

Late to the Game: Bo-ing Somewhere?

Assistant editor Chris O’Connell isn’t from Texas; he’s from New Jersey. That’s OK though—he’s here now. But without growing up in a place that cherishes...

 
 

Shakespeare at Winedale Celebrates 45 Years

As I drove along the back roads to Shakespeare at Winedale, nestled in a tranquil corner of southeast Texas, I couldn’t help but notice how secluded the...

 
 

‘The Sensitives’ Reveals a Little-Known and Controversial Illness [Watch]

The Sensitives is a documentary, but its trailer feels more like a missive from the world of science fiction. Two gaunt men stare out the windows of a van at...

 
 

Sweatin’ with Strong

“I wish the team was this excited about football,” Texas head football coach Charlie Strong observed as he took the stage at his second-annual women’s clinic...

 
 

UT’s Francie Ostrower Snags $3.5 Million to Study Arts Engagement

From 2002-12, attendance at arts organizations declined from 39 percent to 33 percent. In a Sept. 26, 2013 article in The New York Times, Patricia Cohen wrote that...

 
 

What We Learned During Charlie Strong’s Day at ESPN

On Wednesday, Longhorn football head coach Charlie Strong spent the day in Bristol, Connecticut, home of ESPN. Over the course of a whopping 17 interview sessions,...

 
 
 
 
 
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