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Three Generations of Longhorns

Tyler Bolton, BS ’12; Ann Royall Bolton, BS ’83; and Martha Legler Royall, BBA ’50, showed their pride following commencement.


Burnt-Orange Distinguished Alumni

These three Distinguished Alumni stopped for a picture at this year’s awards ceremony. From left: Wales Madden Jr., BBA ’77, MBA ’79; Mark McLaughlin, BBA...


A Little Longhorn’s First Trip to Campus

Daniel Knight, BA ’00, JD ’03, Life Member, took his daughter Gwendolyn to her first Longhorn football game on Nov. 2.


Horns Up at the Finish Line

Jenny Paul, BA ’09, Life Member, puts her horns up as she crosses the finish line of her first half Ironman triathlon in Austin.


Vintage Longhorn “Football-Mobile”

Life Members Ron Longwood, BBA ’65, and Betty Longwood, ’64, shared this photo of their classic “football-mobile,” a burnt orange and white 1971 GMC Suburban...


Longhorn Pride on South Congress

Steven Edwards, BBA ’06, Life Member, right, shared this photo of himself and his business partner Jeff Grant with their 1972 Chevrolet C10 pickup. Edwards and...


UT’s Butler School to Host the “Olympics of Violin”

Whether Austin will end up getting the X Games is still up in the air, but UT just scored the world’s most elite violin competition. From Feb. 21-March 2,...


Higher Ed Administrators Focus on Completion (and UT)

Ohio State University president E. Gordon Gee is leading a national movement focused on completion rates—and he’s pointing to UT as a model. At an invitation-only...


An Epic Burnt-Orange Wedding

We see a lot of Longhorn wedding photos at the Alcalde, but this has to be one of the most epic yet—right up there with the martini-serving Longhorn ice sculpture...


Say Yes to Prop 1

Imagine someone walked up to you 30 years ago, offered you Apple stock at its then-price and convinced you how valuable it would become. There would be just one...

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