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Fredericksburg Longhorns: Don’t Mess with Texas Highways

In February 2015, members of the Fredericksburg Chapter of the Texas Exes were looking for a way to give back to the local community. Among the piles of trash...

 
 

A Little Snow Won’t Stop These Longhorns

The Texas Exes Washington D.C. Chapter watched the Texas vs. KU basketball game through two feet of snow on Saturday. As the blizzard raged outside, the Exes huddled...

 
 

Paris Longhorns Honor Victims of Terror Attacks

Following the terrorist attacks in Paris last month, members of the Texas Exes France Chapter paid their respects by visiting impromptu memorials outside the...

 
 

Calhoun County Chapter Awards $2,500 Scholarship

Evelyn Burleson, BBA ’67, Life Member, shared this photo of herself with scholarship recipient Chris Yeh, a 2015 graduate of Calhoun High School. Burleson is...

 
 

San Angelo Exes Award Scholarships

Members of the Texas Exes San Angelo Chapter gathered on June 16 at the Legrand Center for a luncheon to celebrate their latest round of scholarship recipients. The...

 
 

Longhorns Give Back with Project Worldwide

Each February, thousands of UT alumni around the world gather together to give back to their communities for Project Worldwide, a monthlong service initiative hosted...

 
 

D.C. Texas Exes Gather for State of The Union

Washington, D.C. may be 1,500 miles from Austin, but it didn’t feel that way on Tuesday night, when more than 70 Longhorns gathered at an oyster bar to watch...

 
 

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...

 
 

Meet Jeff Duchin, 2014 Jack Harbin Top Hand Award Winner

The Jack Harbin Top Hand Award is supposed to be a surprise; that’s a major part of its allure. Shrouded in secrecy, the accolade signifies excellence in service...

 
 

Oscar Casares to Valley Longhorns: “You’ll Take the Best of This World and Find Another”

The Rio Grande Valley and Austin are separated by 350 miles, a six-hour drive, and a culture gap that can feel even wider. For UT students from the Valley, making...

 
 
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