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Bob Woodward On Ethics And The State Of Journalism Today

At the height of the Cold War, investigative journalist Bob Woodward received a phone call from a high-ranking Naval intelligence...

 

Longhorns Shut Down Jayhawks in Lawrence, 23-0

Stan Richards on Advertising and Why He is Not a Drill Sergeant

Your Friday Treat: Getting “Happy” All Over Campus [Watch]

 

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Graduation Czar David Laude on UT’s Latest Grad Rate Numbers

In spring 2011, UT announced it had set the ambitious goal of getting 70 percent of undergraduate students out the door in four...

 

Lawmakers, Regents, and—Aliens?: The Higher Ed Week in Review

McRaven is the Man: The Higher Ed Week in Review

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‘Conduct Unbecoming’: Legislators Censure Hall

 
 

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Bob Woodward On Ethics And The State Of Journalism Today

At the height of the Cold War, investigative journalist Bob Woodward received a phone call from a high-ranking Naval intelligence...

 

Stan Richards on Advertising and Why He is Not a Drill Sergeant

UT Professor Recommends We Work Less For Our Own Good

‘The Dancer Makes the Dance’: Bill Powers at His Final State of the University Address

 

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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

 
 

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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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Bob Woodward On Ethics And The State Of Journalism Today

At the height of the Cold War, investigative journalist Bob Woodward received a phone call from a high-ranking Naval intelligence officer. “I have a story for...

 
 

A Longhorn at Niagara Falls

Lori Corse, BS ’83, Life Member, marked her trip to Niagara Falls this July with a little Longhorn flair. Her Texas pride hasn’t faltered since she...

 
 

The Blown Opportunity

Only 20 percent of college students have a mentor. Brandon Busteed, an executive director at the polling group Gallup, says that needs to change. This column first...

 
 

Longhorns Shut Down Jayhawks in Lawrence, 23-0

It wasn’t pretty, but it’ll do. Texas defeated Kansas 23-0 on Saturday afternoon behind the Longhorns’ stellar defensive effort and a coaching mismatch in...

 
 

Stan Richards on Advertising and Why He is Not a Drill Sergeant

Earlier this month, the advertising department of UT’s Moody College of Communications was renamed the Stan Richards School of Advertising and Public Relations...

 
 

Your Friday Treat: Getting “Happy” All Over Campus [Watch]

Pharrell Williams’ hit single “Happy” may be just a tad overplayed by now, but we don’t care. The joyful earworm has inspired fans to make...

 
 

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Tommy Latta (left), BS ’80, and Paul Latta (right), BS ’82, Life Members, took a moment after landing in Seoul, South Korea to stretch their legs and take...

 
 

UT Professor Recommends We Work Less For Our Own Good

So many Japanese workers have died at their desks since the 1980s that there’s a word for it: karoshi, “death by overwork.” The term is legally recognized...

 
 

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Juan Guerrero, BA ’77, Life Member, traveled to one of the lesser-known European nations this summer. He went to Andorra, a small country nestled on the border...

 
 

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In spring 2011, UT announced it had set the ambitious goal of getting 70 percent of undergraduate students out the door in four years by 2016, instead of the...

 
 
 
 
 
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