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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...

 
 

Austin Chapter Goes Wild for Scholarships at Orange & White Kickoff

Zebras and tigers and Longhorns—oh my! This past weekend, nearly 300 Austin-area Texas Exes were treated to a true animal safari at the Austin Chapter’s...

 
 

Rocky Mountain Exes Host Vince Young at Freshman Send-Off Picnic

Celebrating this year’s scholarship recipients and raising money for next year, alumni met in Denver for barbecue, bonding, and a chance to meet one very special...

 
 

Red, White, and Burnt Orange: A Longhorn Fourth of July

The Texas Exes Guadalupe County Chapter really knows how to celebrate Independence Day. For Seguin’s Fourth of July Parade, the chapter took its celebration...

 
 

Calhoun County Longhorns Award $4,000 in Scholarships

The Texas Exes Calhoun County Chapter recently presented two $2,000 scholarships to Calhoun County High School graduating seniors Thomas J. Baugh and James Hsu....

 
 

Brazos Valley Chapter Celebrates Summer—with Football Greats

They may live in Aggieland, but the Texas Exes Brazos Valley Chapter wears burnt-orange all the more proudly for it. Joan Moore, BS ’74, Life Member, shared this...

 
 

LGBT Longhorns Celebrate at Houston Pride

Longhorns are always quick to show their pride, and last weekend’s Houston Pride Celebration was no exception. The Texas Exes LGBT Network participated in...

 
 

Breaking the Silence

After two local alumni committed suicide, the Dallas Chapter came together to start a conversation about mental health. In fall 2012, the Texas Exes Dallas Chapter’s...

 
 
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Fracked
Austin Marriage Project
The New Dobie
Texas Enterprise Speaker Series
University Towers
 
 
 
 
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