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Oh, Snap

A new exhibition at the Ransom Center explores photographer Elliott Erwitt’s sparkling sense of humor. “Elliott Erwitt likes children and dogs,” reads the...

 
 

The Collections

Beyond the galleries, deep behind the closed doors of UT’s hallowed halls, you might stumble upon hidden brains. Or vintage Chanel. Or an eggbeater patented in...

 
 

Lost Art

Anyone who has ever found themselves scrolling through Instagram while at dinner with friends knows that, in the wake of modern technology, in-person interaction...

 
 

Sweatin’ with Strong

“I wish the team was this excited about football,” Texas head football coach Charlie Strong observed as he took the stage at his second-annual women’s clinic...

 
 

First Class

Four years after welcoming its inaugural class to campus, the Forty Acres Scholars Program watches its first graduates cross the stage. For years, UT had been losing...

 
 

Strange Days

Monday through Friday, Ralph Eugene Meatyard was an ordinary optician and family man—think coach of his son’s Little League team and president of the local...

 
 

#Winning

Take a look back at UT volleyball’s 2014 season through the team’s most-used hashtags on Twitter and Instagram. Going into the 2014 NCAA Semifinals this past...

 
 

Wandering in Wonderland

Get curiouser and curiouser with the Harry Ransom Center’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, a new exhibition celebrating 150 years of Lewis Carroll’s literary...

 
 

Scarlett Fever

It’s been 75 years since the world first fell in love with Scarlett O’Hara. To mark the occasion, a new exhibition at the Harry Ransom Center takes a behind-the-scenes...

 
 

#IMATXEX: New Grads are Born at 131st Spring Commencement

Four (or more) years ago, UT’s Class of 2014 gathered at the base of the Tower to learn the history and traditions of the University of Texas at Austin, their...

 
 
September | October 2016
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Kissing Tree
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