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Texas Football’s Rowdiest Season in a Generation

The Undertaker and Quinn Ewers after the 2023 Big 12 Championship game. Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Texas Football is back. No, really back this...

 
 
Longhorns (Re)Discover Lost City of the Incas

Longhorns (Re)Discover Lost City of the Incas

George Seay, BA ’89, MBA ’98, Life Member, a fourth-generation Longhorn, ventured atop Machu Picchu along with his stepson, Vincenzo Guandolo, class of...

 
 

Laredo Exes Celebrate Washington’s Birthday at Annual WBCA Parade

The annual celebration of George Washington’s birthday is a Laredo tradition that dates back more than 100 years. Joining the party, and the WBCA parade,...

 
 

Informal Women’s Leadership Summit Flourishes at UT Home Games

The names and faces change, but at each Texas Women’s Basketball game at the Moody Center, an informal meeting of leaders in support of women’s sports gathers...

 
 

This Longhorn’s Art Selected for Ambassador’s Residence in Equatorial Guinea

Three abstract oil paintings from Maxine Graham Price, BFA ’59, Life Member, were selected by the U.S. Department of State’s Art in Embassies Program...

 
 

Three Generations of Longhorns and the Patriarch Who Paved the Way

Dr. H. Ross Garza, BA ’49, recently celebrated his 96th birthday and toasted the Longhorns on New Year’s Day during the Sugar Bowl, surrounded three...

 
 

Longtime Longhorn Celebrates 95

Charles J. Werlla Jr., BA ’51, Life Member, celebrated his 95th birthday on Jan. 11, 2024. Charles played the cornet in the Longhorn Band and is still...

 
 

Master Pole Vaulter Celebrates a Century

Keith Verdon Tompkins, BS ’57, celebrates his 100th birthday on Feb. 11, 2024. Tompkins was a member of the UT track team and a master pole vaulter who helped...

 
 

Longhorns Among the Famous Tombs of Petra

Maurice Benson, BA ’92, Life Member, and Quynh Pham, PhD ’97, celebrated Quynh’s birthday with a trip to Petra in southern Jordan, hiking about a mile...

 
 

Distinguished Alumna is First Female Dean of the Texas Senate

For the first time in more than 175 years, the title of dean of the Texas Senate belongs to a woman: Judith Zaffirini, BS ’67, MA ’70, PhD ’78, Life Member,...

 
 
 
 
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