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This year marks the fourth time the Alcalde has asked alumni to tell us about their favorite UT professors for a teaching award we...

 

Powers Takes His Leave

The Weight of the World

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All Phones to Classroom Mode

By now most teachers have developed a keen eye for students texting in class. Cell phones are an obvious distraction for students,...

 

The Return of the Mumps

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The ‘Natural Thing to Do': A Longhorn Donates 525 Acres for Public Park

Jack Garey, BBA ’55, LLB ’57, stands on the front porch of his guest house, pointing out the glinting rooftops on the horizon....

 

The Way Back: Lady Bird’s Eye View

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