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Not Even a Broken Internet Can Stop Kevin Durant

The Internet broke this morning, when any Google Image search brought up one of two images: a 2012 Ukranian car crash, or NBA MVP...

 

The Ultimate Résumé: McRaven Q&A Is a Candid Look At UT’s Next Chancellor

NCAA Board Votes to Allow Autonomy for Biggest Conferences

Can Ibuprofen Mend a Broken Heart?

 

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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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Good Reads: September | October 2014

New Books of Interest to the Longhorn Universe Above the East China Sea By Sarah Bird, MA ’76 The 82-day Battle of Okinawa claimed...

 

Viva el Mariachi

Punching the Clock

Moody College of Communication Dean Hart to Resign in May

 

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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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The Way Back: Austin’s Changing Skyline

The hottest topic in town—one practically impossible to avoid at a cocktail party—is how fast Austin has grown in the past decade. The hometown of the Longhorns...

 
 

Good Reads: September | October 2014

New Books of Interest to the Longhorn Universe Above the East China Sea By Sarah Bird, MA ’76 The 82-day Battle of Okinawa claimed the lives of at least 12,000...

 
 

September|October Alumni Authors

Recently Published   Adventures with a Historian: The Life & Times of John R. “Jack” Hubbard by John R. Hubbard, BA ’38, MA ’39, PhD ’50, Life...

 
 

Five Under 40

This year’s Outstanding Young Texas Exes have two things in common—a long list of accomplishments and service to the university. The Outstanding Young Texas...

 
 

Viva el Mariachi

The UT campus is quiet in the summer, but not at the Butler School of Music—where the second-annual Longhorn Mariachi Camp filled the halls with joyful noise. Ten...

 
 

The Authentication of George Covington

In which we discover a blind man who sees the world better than everyone else. Last November, I drove way out West to see about a blind photographer. Actually,...

 
 

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 up.” Holding court on the...

 
 

Punching the Clock

Jon Schorle is an internationally renowned boxing referee, a former correctional officer in one of the nation’s toughest prisons, a family man—and the guy giving...

 
 

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 of the 1880s. In this exclusive...

 
 

Hooked on Painting

39 members of the Corpus Christi Texas Exes chapter took part in a Tower-painting fundraiser at Tipsy Canvas, a local art studio. Thanks to everyone that attended,...

 
 
 
 
 
September|October 2014
The Man for the Job
The New Dobie
Economic Forecast Discussion
Red River Showdown 5K
Austin Marriage Project
 
 
 
 
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