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One Virtuoso’s 40-Year Journey to Build a Music Mecca in Round Top, Texas

How pianist James Dick turned a city dump into the sprawling 210-acre Festival Hill campus.

 

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Scenes from Houston after Hurricane Harvey

Photojournalist Michael Stravato, ’88, has documented destruction in disparate corners of the world, from Bosnia to Latin America....

 

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Mu Delta Alpha

UT Austin’s first Muslim sorority, the Beta chapter of Mu Delta Alpha, welcomed its first pledge class this fall. For the 10 women...

 
 
 

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Chuck Harris Named New Executive Director of the Texas Exes

After an almost year-long search, the Texas Exes has found a new leader. Chuck Harris, BBA ’86, Life Member, president of the Total...

 

Honoring the 2017 Distinguished Alumni

Each year, some of UT’s finest return to campus for a weekend to celebrate their accomplishments and receive the highest honor...

 
 

Q&A With Tracy LaQuey Parker, Newest Member of the Internet Hall of Fame

As an early adopter and advocate of the internet, Tracy LaQuey Parker, BA ’86, Life Member, authored two best-selling guides to the web as it was just getting...

 
 

UT Researchers Study Role of Social Media in Aiding Hurricane Harvey Victims

When Hurricane Harvey made landfall near the end of August, it relentlessly pummeled the Gulf Coast as it stalled over the southern flank of the state. With Houston...

 
 

President Fenves Honored by Holocaust Museum Houston

On Thursday at the Hilton Americas-Houston, the Holocaust Museum Houston (HMH) presented their 2017 Guardian of the Human Spirit award to The University of Texas...

 
 

How BookPeople Became the Center of Austin’s Literary Universe

Walking through the doors of BookPeople, near the corner of Sixth and Lamar in downtown Austin, you may be surprised at not only how a brick-and-mortar bookstore...

 
 

Boomerang Days: My White Whale

In which our intrepid columnist takes one last wistful lap around the Forty Acres in search of a majestic beast. I’m in search of a legend lurking among the oaks...

 
 

Good Reads: 4 New Books from the Longhorn Universe to Read This November

Ask Baba Yaga: Otherworldy Advice for Everyday Troubles By Taisia Kitaiskaia, MFA ’15 For years, Kitaiskaia ran an advice column for The Hairpin titled “Ask...

 
 

The Way Back: Step Aside, Boys

Founded in 1923, The Texas Ranger was a wild, raucous student-run magazine that poked fun at just about anything—including our farmer friends to the east. Each...

 
 

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Scenes from Houston after Hurricane Harvey

Photojournalist Michael Stravato, ’88, has documented destruction in disparate corners of the world, from Bosnia to Latin America. In August, devastation came...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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