The Big Picture

 

The University Needs You—What Are You Waiting For?

Texas Exes can help get the best students to UT, make it affordable to attend, and tell the University’s best stories. “We must all get together and work for...

 
 

Rethinking the Status Quo

Making major strides in fundraising, graduation rates, and innovation is business as usual at UT-Austin. One of the main talking points for those who would have...

 
 

An Army of Volunteers

The dedicated members of the Texas Exes’ 146 chapters power our purpose worldwide. Every day, in communities around the world, alumni volunteers go about the...

 
 

Staying Relevant

What was true when the Texas Exes was founded is true today: the University needs us informed, active, and engaged. In 1885, a group of fresh-faced University of...

 
 

Keep on Truckin’

If Sir Isaac Newton were a Texan and he pronounced his theory today, he might say that absent some other force, objects at rest tend to stay at rest and objects...

 
 

Why We’re Independent

For 96 years, the Ex-Students’ Association of The University of Texas at Austin has stood as an independent nonprofit organization. In that time, the Association...

 
 

Everything’s Bigger in Texas (Including Our Hearts)

In the spring of 1917, Texas Governor Pa Ferguson vetoed The University of Texas’ legislative appropriation because then-UT president Robert Vinson refused to...

 
 

A New Suit

To kick off our 128th year, Texas Exes gets an updated look. Less than two years ago, this magazine underwent its first design overhaul in more than a decade. When...

 
 

A House United

UT in its 129th Year: Better and More Efficient This time last year, not all was content in The University of Texas at Austin community. At his 2011 State of the...

 
 
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McCombs on Fracking
UT Libraries: Think space.
University Towers
 
 
 
 
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