March | April 2013

 

Lines in the Sand: UT’s Sand Mandala Project [Watch]

Can’t see the video? Click here. Draped in red robes and golden wraps, nine men hunch over a table arranged with dozens of small silver bowls, decorative...

 
 

Chalk Artistry [Watch]

Texas native Erin Modglin is a letterer, calligrapher, and chalk artist with a love for all things handmade. For the Texas 10 feature in our March|April issue,...

 
 

From Prototype to Product

Dell, Facebook, 3M, Google—with a plethora of tech companies within its city limits, Austin has more than earned its nickname of “Silicon Hills.” Now, with...

 
 

Trending Now: Meme of the Moment, Girls on Fire, & More

Ermahgerd Think of it as the new Pig Latin, except instead of inverting syllables, you’re adding a bunch of R’s to imitate the speech of someone wearing an orthodontic...

 
 

Printing’s Next Dimension

When UT researcher Carl Deckard began developing a way to create 3-D objects by melting powder with lasers, he hoped it would help manufacturers produce quick prototype...

 
 

Trial By Fire

Katherine Layton lost a parent and a home before her 20th birthday. But for every hurdle life deals her, she gives back tenfold. On a hot September day in 2011,...

 
 

Kay Comes Home

Kay Bailey Hutchison has been quietly cracking the glass ceiling for decades. Now—with the U.S. Senate behind her—she’s come back to Texas. When she was first...

 
 

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...

 
 

March|April Alumni Authors

Contrary People By Carolyn Osborn, BJ ’55, MA ’59, Life Member A retired UT history professor and his former student form an unlikely bond in this contemplative...

 
 

Paying It Forward

How the Texas Exes became a scholarship powerhouse. The word “ex” can be profoundly misleading. For Texas Exes members, The University of Texas is not a bygone...

 
 
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