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Rocky Mountain Chapter Talks Business With John Doggett

Texas Exes chapters may be best known for their happy hours, chili cook-offs, and tailgates, but Longhorn alumni are just as serious about lifelong learning as...

 
 

“Just Light”: James Turrell Talks Skyspaces at UT

Artist James Turrell’s medium of choice must be shaped, molded, and formed, not unlike clay. Like paint, it requires a canvas and, as with any other medium,...

 
 

Powers Wins Prestigious Fleming Award for Legal Scholarship

Bill Powers is being awarded for his work in tort law with one of the field’s most prestigious prizes. UT president Bill Powers is the 2012 co-recipient of...

 
 

Bill Moyers at UT: “The Heroism Keeps Coming”

Two days after Arizona Representative Gabrielle Giffords was severely injured in a Tucson shooting, Bill Moyers—renowned journalist, former White House press secretary,...

 
 

Leonard Pitts: “We Do a Bad Job Talking About Race in America”

“How are you all enjoying post-racial America?” So stung Leonard Pitts’ opening zinger at his lecture on campus last night. The Pulitzer Prize-winning...

 
 

United Way CEO Visits—And Shares Some Provocative Insights

The man who integrated national and international affiliates into United Way Worldwide sees up close how societies are developing and changing around the globe....

 
 
 
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