Goodbye, Mr. D: Longhorn Band Legend Vince DiNino Dies at 95 Lights, Camera, Football: "My All American" Films at UT No Revenge for Texas as Longhorns Fall Again to BYU, 41-7 Longhorns Rocket Past Mean Green 38-7 in Strong’s Debut Viva el Mariachi
 

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UT Presidential Search Committee Announced

UT System Board of Regents chair Paul Foster announced the members of UT-Austin’s presidential search committee today, naming...

 

Latest U.S. News Rankings Put UT at 53rd Nationally, 17th Among Publics

No Revenge for Texas as Longhorns Fall to BYU, 41-7

Chevy Announces UT Special Edition Silverado

 

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McRaven is the Man: The Higher Ed Week in Review

This week, the UT System Board of Regents gathered in Austin for a two-day meeting intended to set the course for the coming year. Here...

 

Censure Readings: The Higher Ed Week in Review

‘Conduct Unbecoming’: Legislators Censure Hall

Texas Exes Hosts National Advocacy Conference

 
 

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Lights, Camera, Football: “My All American” Films at UT

Vintage cars, cheerleaders twirling in long skirts, and co-eds walking to class in letter jackets and dresses: If you visited campus...

 

At UT Panel on the Border Crisis, A Desire to “Move Forward”

UT Capital Campaign Exceeds $3 Billion Goal

Good Reads: September | October 2014

 

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The Devil’s Backbone

Bill Wittliff’s inventive first novel is the story of a boy’s quest to find his missing mother in the anything-can-happen frontier...

 

Excuse My French

Why Don’t We Go to the Moon Anymore?

The Road Back to Film School

1,000,000,000,000,000 Watts

 
 

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Telling the Stories of the Whitman Shooting [Podcast]

On a hot August day in 1966, Charles Whitman carried a footlocker full of guns and ammunition to the top of the UT Tower and started...

 

UT Advocates Podcast: Sen. Kirk Watson on the Dell Medical School

UT’s First Med School Dean Talks About His Vision [Podcast]

Michener Center Director on the Famous Writers He’s Known [Podcast]

 

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Return to Normandy

On the 70th anniversary of D-Day, the Flying Longhorns paid tribute. Omaha Beach,” Frank Denius says. “That’s where I crawled...

 

Querida Argentina

Cold Plunge

From Sea to Sky: Galápagos to Machu Picchu, Part 2

 
 

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UT Presidential Search Committee Announced

UT System Board of Regents chair Paul Foster announced the members of UT-Austin’s presidential search committee today, naming 15 people to the panel charged...

 
 

Learning from Longhorn Greats

Jose Gonzalez, BS ’95, Life Member took his son, Joshua Gonzalez, to the Ricky Williams and Fozzy Whittaker Elite Running Back Camp this summer. Joshua got to...

 
 

Teaching ’em How to Hook ’em

Lindsay Brettmann, BA, BS ’13, Life Member spent a year teaching English in Spain with the J. William Fulbright grant. While abroad, she taught her students one...

 
 

A Little Post-Graduation Pride

  Priyanka Subash, BBA’14, Life Member dresses up in her finest cap and gown to celebrate graduating from UT. Now all she has to do is prepare for all...

 
 

Longhorns Traveling in Portugal

Barbara Peck, BS ’60, and Charles Peck, BS ’61, Life Members pose for a quick picture with their horns up during their trip to Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo,...

 
 

Goodbye, Mr. D: Longhorn Band Legend Vince DiNino Dies at 95

When Vince DiNino arrived on the Forty Acres in 1955, the Longhorn Band was a ragtag group. Run entirely by students and led by a part-time hobbyist conductor,...

 
 

Latest U.S. News Rankings Put UT at 53rd Nationally, 17th Among Publics

A college’s reputation is a tricky thing to quantify. Still, in the form of rankings, reputation is nevertheless a meaningful indicator for students and...

 
 

Horns Up While Training for Kilimanjaro

Alanna Iverson, BA ’13, hooked ’em while hiking in California last weekend. Iverson is training to hike Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania for the Survivor Summit,...

 
 

Lights, Camera, Football: “My All American” Films at UT

Vintage cars, cheerleaders twirling in long skirts, and co-eds walking to class in letter jackets and dresses: If you visited campus this summer, you might have...

 
 

Longhorns Celebrating Illustrious Careers

These four graduates from the Cockrell School of Engineering reunited in early June for Hans Mark’s birthday party on June 7 to celebrate Mark and his work....

 
 
 
 
 
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Economic Forecast Discussion
Red River Showdown 5K
 
 
 
 
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