Chapters

 

Texas Exes to Give Back During Project Worldwide

February is the perfect time for Texas Exes to spread a little extra love within their communities. Across the U.S. and around the globe, more than 1,000 UT alumni...

 
 

Montgomery County Chapter Bleeds Burnt-Orange

The members of the Texas Exes Montgomery County Chapter are no fairweather fans. Whether the scoreboard is in our favor or not, these Conroe/The Woodlands-area...

 
 

New York Chapter Helps Dogs Find Homes for the Holidays

Some 8 million homeless pets end up in animal shelters across the U.S. each year. Of those, 3.7 million are euthanized (according to American Human Association estimates)....

 
 

Rocky Mountain Chapter Talks Business With John Doggett

Texas Exes chapters may be best known for their happy hours, chili cook-offs, and tailgates, but Longhorn alumni are just as serious about lifelong learning as...

 
 

Texas Exes Chapters Team Up For WVU Tailgate

From funding scholarships to hosting parties, more than 150 Texas Exes chapters around the globe do a lot of good and have a lot of fun—but they rarely do it...

 
 

Longhorn Entrepreneurs Share Wisdom at Austin Chapter Event

An ice cream shop owner, a lawyer, a techie, and a bookstore founder walk into a room. The result? A compelling discussion between some of Austin’s leading entrepreneurs...

 
 

UK Texas Exes Celebrate Halloween in Style

Zombies, pirates, food, drinks, and a DJ—sounds like a typical American Halloween party. Except it wasn’t. The 11th-annual Texas Exes U.K. Chapter‘s...

 
 

What You Missed at the Dallas Chapter’s 2013 Get Teed Off at OU Classic

With a shot from Smokey the Cannon, the Dallas Chapter’s 26th-annual Get Teed Off at OU Golf Classic kicked off bright and early yesterday at Firewheel Golf...

 
 

Fight to the Finish

The Texas 4000 charity bike ride is celebrating 10 years of raising money for cancer research and building a support system of UT students, alumni, and survivors...

 
 

Brownsville Send-Off Celebrates 20 Years of Pride with President Powers

While most college-bound teens are busy shopping for school supplies, soon-to-be Longhorns from Texas’ Rio Grande Valley prepared for their move to UT in...

 
 
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