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New Texas Exes Are Born at UT’s 130th Spring Commencement

Singing “The Eyes of Texas” and holding their horns up high, more than 8,000 Longhorns stood beneath the glowing Tower this weekend, watching the bursting...

 
 

Longhorn Furniture—Literally [Watch]

UT fan Danial MacPhail sent in this photo of a Longhorn chair he handcrafted. MacPhail says he has been building chairs using real horns for about 25 years, since...

 
 

Gridiron Girl Game Preview: Oregon State

Happy Holidays, ‘Horns fans! I hope you’re enjoying some well-deserved time off, roasting your chestnuts, dashing through the snow, lighting candles—whatever...

 
 

Texas Volleyball Brings Home National Championship

This weekend, the Tower glowed orange to commemorate yet another of UT’s remarkable feats: the 2012 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball National Championship...

 
 

Gridiron Girl Game Preview: Texas Christian University

Greetings, football maniacs! This week we look forward to uncomfortable visits from our relatives, getting out our eating pants, tryptophan overdoses, and football....

 
 

Texas Football Player Receives Armed Forces Merit Award

It’s been an emotional few days for Texas deep snapper Nate Boyer. On Saturday, he took part in an emotionally charged Texas football victory, in which Longhorn...

 
 

Gridiron Girl Game Preview: Iowa State

Greetings, Longhorn fans! This week brings me to you in a bittersweet mood. I am still saddened over the loss of Darrell Royal. He is an icon for the University....

 
 

Gridiron Girl Game Preview: Oklahoma

Seriously, folks, if you haven’t been to the Red River Shootout Rivalry, go. At least once. It is one of the iconic experiences in college football. Seeing it...

 
 

Gridiron Girl Game Preview: West Virginia

Up next for the ‘Horns: the Mountaineers of West Virginia University. As the newest addition to the Big 12, WVU brings its mountaintop removal potent offense...

 
 

Tracing Bevo

Prior to 1493, there were no cattle in the Americas. In fact, cows weren’t introduced until Christopher Columbus’ second voyage across the Atlantic. Likely...

 
 
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