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Longhorns’ Most Invaluable UT Objects and Their Heartfelt Stories

Most everyone who attended The University of Texas has a boatload of school spirit and the tendency to end phone calls with a quick...

 

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A Glimpse Into the Life of Trailblazing Architect John Chase

John Chase was a man of firsts. He was the first Black graduate student to sign enrollment papers at UT Austin. Chase was the...

 

A Texas-born, Berlin-based Electronic Musician Finds Her Voice

Lotic looks comfortable. When we talk over Zoom in late August, she lounges on a couch in her Berlin apartment, her smiling face...

 
 
 

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Tower Time

The students of the UT Guild of Carillonneurs keep the spirit of the Tower bells alive.

 

Decorated UT Lecturer Recognized with Distinguished Alumnus Award

Paul M. Bommer, BS ’76, MS ’77, PhD ’79, Life Member, received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the UT Department of...

 
 

Longhorns Climb Swiss Matterhorn

Visiting the Matterhorn in the Swiss Aps in summer 2021 are Longhorns Catherine McCartney Miller, JD ’81, Life Member; Estelle Wickman Masterson Lozmack,...

 
 

Neighborhood Longhorns Program Helps Conquer COVID to Mentor Austin Students

At the annual Orange and White Welcome, incoming freshman were welcomed by the Texas Exes in partnership with the Neighborhood Longhorns Program (NLP). NLP...

 
 

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Still Cookin’

After a one-year pandemic break, Texas Law’s 22nd Annual Tailgate Extravaganza brought alumni together again on campus.

 
 

How Texas Football Returned in 2021 with its Grandest Vision to Date

Live music was in the air; carnival rides filled the streets; and an updated stadium glistened against the blazing sun. On Saturday, September 4, 2021, the...

 
 

NASA’s Next Test Flight will Honor the Longhorn who Helped Save the Apollo 13 Astronauts

Arturo Campos, BS ’56, was fast asleep at his Houston home when he got a call from NASA that would thrust him into the history books. It was just before midnight...

 
 

Longhorn John Schwartz Returns to UT After a Storied Journalism Career

Earlier this year, John Schwartz, BA ’79, JD ’84, became one of the millions of Americans who left their jobs during the pandemic. After nearly four decades...

 
 

The Texas 4000 Crew Remembers a Ride Unlike Any Other

The only thing harder than biking thousands of miles across America and Canada? Not biking thousands of miles across America and Canada—after you’ve spent...

 
 

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After Life: Remembering Don Graham

Don Graham took his last breath on Saturday, June 22, 2019, at 6:33 a.m., as I held his hand in mine in a narrow room at St. David’s Hospital in Austin. It...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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