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Hook ‘em from the New Texas Exes Panama Chapter

The recently recognized Texas Exes Panama Chapter was all smiles during a recent game-watch party. They had a successful season of reuniting Longhorns living in...

 
 

Burnt Orange Halloween

Abby and Jake Karlinski dressed for Halloween in the best costumes imaginable: two future Longhorns! Their proud parents, Jessica Frank Karlinski, BBA, MPA ’00,...

 
 

Rivalry at 35,000 Feet

E. Corey West, BA ’84, Life Member, an international 747 captain for UPS, and his Texas A&M Aggie first officer show that although the schools’ rivalry...

 
 

A Longhorn in Munich

Mike Orlando Jr., BA ’06, Life Member, represented the Longhorns at Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany.

 
 

Longhorn Anniversary

G.W. “Bill” Quirós, MS ’77, and Angie del Cueto Quirós, MLS ’74, Life Members, along with their children, grandchildren, and spouses, gathered in Sugar...

 
 

Horns on a Mission

Rob R. Rogers, BA ’87, Life Member, and his daughter, Ragan Rogers, a senior at Alamo Heights High School in San Antonio, shared this photo from their church...

 
 

Sydney’s First Game

Sydney Rubenstein visited campus to see her first UT football game, the Horns’ 2014 season opener against the University of North Texas. Her proud parents are...

 
 

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...

 
 

Hooked on the Cape of Good Hope

This past May, Life Members Mike Kneeland, BS ’07, and Jaime Sutton, BBA ’06, MBA ’13 traveled to South Africa to attend the wedding of Frances Hamker,...

 
 

Longhorn Preparing to Dive in Micronesia

John Nolan, BS ’82, MS ’83, Life Member, surfaced to hook his horns during a November scuba diving exhibition in Kosrae, Federated States of Micronesia....

 
 
March|April 2015
The Magazine Man
UT Giving
Texas Executive MBA
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John Butler
Waterstone Lake Travis
UT 40 for Forty
 
 
 
 
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