John Fields Talks Jordan Spieth and the Future of UT Golf 'The Dancer Makes the Dance': Bill Powers at His Final State of the University Address Renaissance Raven David Ash Walks Away From Football What Scottish Independence Could Mean
 

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John Fields Talks Jordan Spieth and the Future of UT Golf

This week Longhorn golf standout Jordan Spieth tees off in the 2014 Ryder Cup, one of the biggest events in the golfing world. At...

 

David Ash Walks Away From Football

UT Presidential Search Committee Announced

Latest U.S. News Rankings Put UT at 53rd Nationally, 17th Among Publics

 

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

The sometimes tense relationship between legislators and the UT System Board of Regents continued this week, as regents rebuked a...

 

McRaven is the Man: The Higher Ed Week in Review

Censure Readings: The Higher Ed Week in Review

‘Conduct Unbecoming’: Legislators Censure Hall

 
 

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

“You might say I fell in love,” UT president Bill Powers said of the August day in 1977 when he arrived on campus to...

 

Lights, Camera, Football: “My All American” Films at UT

At UT Panel on the Border Crisis, A Desire to “Move Forward”

UT Capital Campaign Exceeds $3 Billion Goal

 

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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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John Fields Talks Jordan Spieth and the Future of UT Golf

This week Longhorn golf standout Jordan Spieth tees off in the 2014 Ryder Cup, one of the biggest events in the golfing world. At the precocious age of 21, Spieth...

 
 

Family at the Falls

Greg Busch, BBA ’92, traveled to Niagara Falls with his wife Jennifer and sons Jared and Carson this past June. They might not have their horns hooked in this...

 
 

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

“You might say I fell in love,” UT president Bill Powers said of the August day in 1977 when he arrived on campus to teach at the law school. So began...

 
 

Longhorn Ensemble Tours Around the World

Pictured (Top row, left to right): Joseph Manzo, Current Student; Andy Wilds, BM ’12, MM ’14; Charlie Chadwell, Current Student; Juan Acosta, Current Student;...

 
 

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

The sometimes tense relationship between legislators and the UT System Board of Regents continued this week, as regents rebuked a request from a pair of lawmakers...

 
 

Hooked on a Beautiful Brazilian Beach

Lisa Zeve, BA ’03, Life Member, and her husband Andrew Zeve, JD ’03 took a trip to Rio de Janeiro in June to watch a few World Cup games, see the sights,...

 
 

Renaissance Raven

Whether he’s splitting the uprights or singing arias, Justin Tucker puts on quite the performance. Reprinted with permission of Baltimore magazine, Sept. 2014....

 
 

David Ash Walks Away From Football

If you thought Longhorn football couldn’t bear any more bad news after head coach Charlie Strong dismissed eight players and the team suffered two heartbreaking...

 
 

What Scottish Independence Could Mean

George Christian is an adjunct professor of English at UT and an expert on British-Scotland relations. Today is a day that could make history and change how the...

 
 

Horns up High in Peru

John Toungate, BA ’12, Life Member poses triumphantly in Machu Picchu during a five day trek that he took along the Salcantay Trail in Peru.

 
 
 
 
 
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