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HookedIn Spotlight Series: Drew Benedikt

It’s time for another edition of our HookedIn Spotlight Series! Over 20,000 Longhorns are connecting on the world’s biggest burnt-orange social network,...

 
 
Feeling Moody

Feeling Moody

Take a look inside Moody Center, the new home for Texas Men’s and Women’s Basketball and the site of some of Austin’s biggest upcoming concerts...

 
 
HookedIn Spotlight Series: Ian McKenna

HookedIn Spotlight Series: Ian McKenna

Introducing our HookedIn Spotlight Series! Over 20,000 Longhorns are connecting on the world’s biggest burnt-orange social network, and these Longhorns deserve...

 
 

Discover These New Reads From the Longhorn Universe

FORAGING TEXAS   Finding, Identifying, And Preparing Edible Wild Foods In Texas   By Eric M. Knight, BS ’10, Life Member, and Stacy...

 
 

The Right Type

A new book delves into the history and design of 19th-century wood type using a notable collection at UT’s College of Fine Arts.

 
 
View From the Colorado River

View From the Colorado River

Javier Wallace, PhD ’21, uses his gift for storytelling to ensure the history of Black Austinites is not forgotten. His kayak tours on Lady Bird Lake offer...

 
 

The 27th Out

On May 16, 1967, Jim Raup, BA ’68, Life Member, was the starting pitcher for a Texas baseball game against the University of Houston. He wrote about that...

 
 

Magnificent Monuments

Landmarks has been making art accessible to students, faculty, and visitors at UT for years with pieces such as James Turrell’s Skyspace. Its newest...

 
 

Discover New Summer Reads From the Longhorn Universe

MY SUMMER DARLINGS   By May Cobb, BA ’96  Cobb swept up readers with 2021’s sensational The Hunting Wives, which told the twisted story...

 
 

Best of the Best

Every year, the Alcalde gives alumni the opportunity to nominate the professors who made their time on the Forty Acres so memorable — the Longhorns who...

 
 
 
 
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