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Goodbye, Mr. D: Longhorn Band Legend Vince DiNino Dies at 95

When Vince DiNino arrived on the Forty Acres in 1955, the Longhorn Band was a ragtag group. Run entirely by students and led by a part-time hobbyist conductor,...

 
 

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

A college’s reputation is a tricky thing to quantify. Still, in the form of rankings, reputation is nevertheless a meaningful indicator for students and...

 
 

Horns Up While Training for Kilimanjaro

Alanna Iverson, BA ’13, hooked ’em while hiking in California last weekend. Iverson is training to hike Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania for the Survivor Summit,...

 
 

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

Vintage cars, cheerleaders twirling in long skirts, and co-eds walking to class in letter jackets and dresses: If you visited campus this summer, you might have...

 
 

UT Capital Campaign Exceeds $3 Billion Goal

As the clock runs out on Bill Powers’ time at the helm of UT-Austin—he will step down as president on June 2, 2015—he and other university leaders are...

 
 

Good Reads: September | October 2014

New Books of Interest to the Longhorn Universe Above the East China Sea By Sarah Bird, MA ’76 The 82-day Battle of Okinawa claimed the lives of at least 12,000...

 
 

Viva el Mariachi

The UT campus is quiet in the summer, but not at the Butler School of Music—where the second-annual Longhorn Mariachi Camp filled the halls with joyful noise. Ten...

 
 

Dallas Chapter Paints Local School Burnt Orange [Watch]

If you walk down the hallways of Conrad High School, you’ll hear as many as 35 languages being spoken. Most of the students at the northeast Dallas school...

 
 

Livestrong Gives $50 Million to UT’s Medical School

In one of the biggest gifts in UT history, the Livestrong Foundation has pledged $50 million to establish a cancer program at the university’s new Dell Medical...

 
 

The Ultimate Résumé: McRaven Q&A Is a Candid Look At UT’s Next Chancellor

What does it look like when one of the nation’s top military leaders applies for a high-level civilian job? Pretty darn impressive, as it turns out. A Q&A...

 
 
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The Man for the Job
Liberty Mutual Quote for Scholarship
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Economic Forecast Discussion
Red River Showdown 5K
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