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UT, Japan Partner on Energy Efficiency

You know the feeling: The anxiety you get when your smartphone notifies you that you have 10 percent battery remaining. So you rush to plug it in. But as your device...

 
 

Revealing the Stories Behind the 1936 Berlin Olympics

Growing up in pre-Nazi Germany, Gretel Bergmann skied, skated, and swam. And she claims to have she learned it all on her own. “Nobody ever taught me anything....

 
 

Texas Spirit Sets Sail

Kevin Smart, BBA ’95; Susan Kyser Smart, BA ’94; Tammy Townsend Faucher, BBA ’96; and Tom Faucher brought some Texas spirit to the U.S. and British...

 
 

Texans in the Outback

These Longhorns attended an annual military ball in the Outback, in the Northern Territory of Australia. From left: Jacky Reyes, BS ’06; Shalini Kaiser, BS...

 
 

Running with Longhorns

Teri Wenglein-Callender, BS ’81, MEd ’82, Life Member, was running the Nashville Half Marathon recently when she spotted some burnt orange along the course....

 
 

A Longhorn Atop Iceland’s Largest Glacier

Kathryn Cantlon, MPA ’11, Life Member, recently took her first vacation post-graduation. Cantlon says she carries her Longhorn pride with her everywhere she...

 
 

Burnt Orange in Nuremberg

Janice Maranto Miller, PharmD ’82, Life Member, and Miguel Almonte kept warm in Longhorn sweatshirts while visiting Nuremburg, Germany, on Dec. 19, 2014.

 
 

After the Floods, a Rush to Save Family Heirlooms

A single sheet of paper covered with water is lifted carefully from a shallow pan as a group of women crowd around the table, watching with careful eyes. On...

 
 

New Housing and Food Director: “It’s More Just Than a Place to Eat and Sleep”

Hemlata Jhaveri, who became executive director of UT’s Division of Housing & Food Service earlier this month, now oversees 14 residence halls and 11 dining...

 
 
 
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