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Mixed-Use Plan Approved for UT Tower

The most iconic building on the Forty Acres is about to get a major facelift. In a joint press conference Wednesday, officials from UT-Austin and the City of Austin...


David Heymann on “My Beautiful City Austin”

Nostalgia is a way of life in Austin. Yet while each generation has its own set of I-Remember-When’s, few Austinites pause in the midst of the city’s...


Canned Horns: UT Tower Built from Canned Food

Matt Chasen, BS ’98, MBA ’04, Life Member, hooks ’em alongside the UT tower built by uShip employees in support of the Capital Area Food Bank’s CANville food...


Five Fifth-Generation Longhorns

Jeremy Moore, BBA ’93, Life Member, and Lindsay Moore shared this photo of their children all clad in burnt orange and on their way to a Texas football game....


Waller Creek Lights Up

Can’t see this slideshow? Click here. On most evenings Waller Creek is unlit and generally not trafficked, save for Austin’s homeless population....


Walking in Austin as a Hipster [Watch]

By now you’ve probably seen the video of a New York woman receiving dozens of inappropriate comments from men as she walks for 10 hours through the...


The Way Back: Austin’s Changing Skyline

The hottest topic in town—one practically impossible to avoid at a cocktail party—is how fast Austin has grown in the past decade. The hometown of the Longhorns...


Future Longhorns Enjoying Texas Bluebonnets

Future Longhorns enjoying the Texas Bluebonnets, from left, Max Austin, 7, Maya Elena, 2, and Levi James, 3. Proud parents are Xavier Rodriguez, BA ’98, Life...


Longhorns Meet Steve Patterson

JJ Baskin, MPAff ’94, and Tracy LaQuey Parker, BA ’86, Life Members, pause for a photo with Texas Athletic Director Steve Patterson, after the Texas Tribune’s...


Horns Up in Texas

Crystal Luviano, BA ’14, Life Member, puts her Horns up on ring ceremony day.

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