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The longest war in American history is over, but the mission is not accomplished. Now more than ever, the world needs our country...

 

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String Theory

A young girl picks up her violin, steps up to the microphone in the center of the small stage in her school’s cafeteria, and excitedly...

 

Mapping Modern Slavery

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Breaking Ground

 
 

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The Forgotten Pharoah

In her new book on the pharaoh Hatshepsut, Egyptologist Kara Cooney, BA ’94, argues that history isn’t kind to strong female leaders. Pop...

 

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Up in the Air [Watch]

In our November|December feature on drones, “Up in the Air,” we lay out the complex landscape of risks, regulations, and...

 

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The Forgotten Pharoah

In her new book on the pharaoh Hatshepsut, Egyptologist Kara Cooney, BA ’94, argues that history isn’t kind to strong female leaders. Pop quiz: How many female...

 
 

What’s Great About UT Is What’s Great About Texas

On the occasion of Texas Independence Day, Alcalde assistant editor and erstwhile reluctant Longhorn Andrew Roush, BA ’09, reflects on what makes our state great. I’ll...

 
 

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For nearly a century, the Hazlewood Act has helped Texas veterans pay for college. But burgeoning costs and possible changes to the act have questions swirling about...

 
 

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A View From Beneath the Dancing Elephant: Rediscovering IBM’s Corporate Constitution by Peter E. Greulich, BA ’79 Peter Greulich worked at IBM for 30 years,...

 
 

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A young girl picks up her violin, steps up to the microphone in the center of the small stage in her school’s cafeteria, and excitedly begins her speech. She...

 
 

Meet & Greet

Hannah Kelly is a Forty Acres Scholar who recently completed her first semester at UT. She spoke with the Alcalde about her brand-new hobbies, her relationship with...

 
 

Mapping Modern Slavery

More people are enslaved now than at any point in human history. The Texas Slavery Mapping Project aims to change that. Not long ago, Noël Busch-Armendariz visited...

 
 

Chalk Talk

Can’t see this slideshow? Click here. Like many of his fellow PhD students in UT’s physics department, Frank Lee spends ample time in the grad student lounge...

 
 

Breaking Ground

It was a rare, frozen-breath kind of day on campus, but even the brisk weather couldn’t stop the inevitable: The Cockrell School of Engineering is getting...

 
 

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Texas has one of the best student-loan programs in the country. So why can’t UT tell students about it? The story behind Texas’ B-on-Time student loan program...

 
 
 
 
 
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