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UT’s First Living Wall is Built to Endure the Texas Summer

Standing 10-by-25 feet tall, the white honeycomb structure sits at the northwest corner of Goldsmith Hall, facing Guadalupe Street. Covered with native plants...


Former UT Athletes, Austin Police Discuss Race Relations

The weeks leading up to a decision by NFL linebacker Emmanuel Acho, BS ’11, to host a panel at the University of Texas on race relations July 14 were weary...


A Longhorn in Hawaii

Cynthia Davis Turner, BA ’84, stayed busy on her trip to Hawaii, completing the Hapalua Half Marathon in Waikiki and parasailing over the Pacific Ocean.


Horns Up in Hunt, Texas

Seventy-four UT alumnae attended Camp Mystic’s 90th Anniversary and Alumni Reunion Weekend in Hunt, Texas. The girls’ summer camp is run by Dick Eastland,...


A Longhorn Aboard the International Space Station

NASA astronaut Tim Kopra, son of longtime UT communications professor Len Kopra, flew high as a commander aboard the International Space Station. Kopra returned...


Burnt Orange Runs in the Family

Three generations of Longhorns showed their school spirit at a recent family get-together. From left: Brad Young, BS ’86, Life Member; Milton Young, BS ’53,...


Three Generations of Longhorn Ladies

Frances Desmond, BA ’16, left, took a moment to snap this photo with her grandmother, Kathleen Connelly Durso Brown, BS ’51, and her mother, Barbara Durso,...


A Furry Friend of UT

River Rahman, the loyal dog of Shad Rahman, BS ’91, and Heather Rahman, BS ’92, Life Members, recently won a Bark magazine photo contest for smiling pups....


Horns Up in Greece

Greg Kolenovsky, BS ’98, Life Member, and his wife went on a 10-day trip to Greece. They spent some time in Athens, but primarily toured the Greek Islands in...


Four Generations Celebrate a New Grad

Four generations of Longhorns put up their horns to celebrate Emily Schrader, BS, ’12, after she received her medical degree from UT Southwestern Medical Center...

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