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How the Dell Med School Hopes to Transform Health Care

Now with the Dell Med School’s second class of future physicians, brand new buildings, and actual living, breathing patients, there are a few early signs...

 
 

A Cure for Clara

When a rare “orphan disease” strikes, families often take matters into their own hands. This is Ryan and Jenny Bragg’s quest for a cure that may be just around...

 
 

The Collector

J.P. Bryan is creating a living history of Texas and the settlement of the West. There are few stranger things than watching a painting come to life while standing...

 
 

The Natural

Eighteen years after begging her father not to run for president, Today correspondent Jenna Bush Hager is loving life in the spotlight. The streets of New York...

 
 

Shaky Ground

As oil and gas production has boomed again in Texas and Oklahoma, earthquakes have become a startling byproduct. Gordon Laird was standing at the foot of the bed....

 
 

The Sixth Man

Keeping an eye on the ball with UT’s unorthodox head basketball coach Madmen “You are the madman. The madman cuts the court in half. This is all predicated...

 
 

Beware the Bucket List

Forget “25 Places to See Before You Die.” The real rewards of travel cannot be Instagrammed. I am at a cocktail party. I may also be losing my mind. One woman,...

 
 

Strange Bedfellows

The Big 12 tries to keep its uncomfortable relationship together At the downtown Dallas Omni Hotel at 8 a.m. on a Monday, animals crowd the concourse outside the...

 
 

Battle of Wills

In his new book, The General vs. the President: MacArthur and Truman at the Brink of Nuclear War, a UT professor explores the contentious relationship between...

 
 

Store Owners’ Daughter

I grew up behind a counter. In 1978, when I was 5 years old, my mother and stepfather, Kay and Charles Oates, bought a tiny, rundown gas station on the outskirts...

 
 
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