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Steve Sarkisian’s Path to Texas Football Glory is Paved with Offensive Wizardry and Self-Reflection

For as many touchdowns as the quarterback scored in his career, if you type “Vince Young touchdown” into Google, one dominates...

 

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The Year of The Longhorn

With three national championships, 13 top-10 teams, and 13 Big 12 championships, Texas is an football volleyball golf swimming...

 

Alumnus Cliff Croomes Steps into His Role as Director of the Longhorn Band

According to his grandmother—admittedly a biased party—Cliff Croomes was always the most well-behaved baby in church. That...

 
 
 

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The Places Where We’ve Rooted for the Longhorns—and How Much They Mean to Us

A crowd at Memorial Stadium, circa 1960. In 1924, Texas played its first-ever game at what was originally a 27,000-capacity War...

 

Twenty Years after 9/11, a Longhorn Reflects on the Unexpected Detour—and the Subsequent Broadway show—that Altered His Life’s Trajectory

On the morning of September 11, 2001, Kevin Tuerff and his then-partner, also named Kevin, were on an Air France flight...

 
 

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Briscoe Center’s New Acquisition will be a Mecca for Architectural and Urban Environmental Research

When Steven Hoelscher saw Robert Polidori’s photographs for the first time, he was blown away. The images, depicting the devastating flooding and...

 
 

One of Austin’s Teeniest Attractions is Coming Back in a Big Way

For 60 years, one of Austin’s most beloved attractions was a tiny little train that ran on a very short track and carried just a couple dozen kids and their...

 
 

UT Researchers are Repurposing Cancer Diagnosis Technology to Battle Fish Fraud

Each year, Americans consume nearly 10 billion pounds of seafood, almost all of it imported. But what lands on a boat in the South China Sea is often very different...

 
 

The Way Back: Room with a View

Since 1937, the UT Tower has watched over an ever-changing campus and the city it calls home. Through wars, civil rights protests, a tragic mass shooting, and...

 
 

Fantasy, Football, and Funny Women: Discover New Fall Reads

Cracking Up – Black Feminist Comedy in the Twentieth and Twenty-first Century United States By Katelyn Hale Wood, MA ’09, PhD ’14  Dressed...

 
 

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The Year of The Longhorn

With three national championships, 13 top-10 teams, and 13 Big 12 championships, Texas is an football volleyball golf swimming and diving every sport school. If...

 
 

UT’s Sonic Archive is a Treasure Trove of Recorded Art

Walking into UT’s Historical Music Recordings Collection (HMRC) this summer, a nondescript building shrouded by nearby construction—we were asked to keep...

 
 

UT’s New Student Body President Plans to Bring Longhorns Together

Kiara Kabbara has never met a stranger. At least, that’s how her friends often describe the gregarious UT Austin senior who hails from South Dallas. She’s...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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