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Works on Paper

One of the world’s foremost experts on paper conservation is preserving and restoring campus treasures like never before.

 
 

Eyes on Them: The 2023 Distinguished Alumnus Awards

On an unseasonably warm Friday night this past November, Bevo stood outside the Etter-Harbin Alumni Center to welcome a group of esteemed guests to the 65th...

 
 

Second Act

The Hogg Memorial Auditorium has been given a new lease on life.

 
 

Home Cooking

 
 

A Texas-Sized Transformation

The Texas Science & Natural History Museum reopens after exciting renovations.

 
 
These Longhorns Built Delicious Tamales out of Family Tradition

These Longhorns Built Delicious Tamales out of Family Tradition

Clockwise from top left: Marcos Gonzalez, BS ’80; Judith “Judy” Gonzalez Hanley, BA ’78; Araceli “Sally” Gonzalez, BA ’78; Robert...

 
 

In Their Court

Texas Athletics sends student-athletes around the world with Courts for Kids to benefit local communities.

 
 

The Tower Is the Backdrop to Longhorns’ Favorite Memories

Driving into Austin, the city appears slowly, then all at once. But in between all the shiny new high rises and skyscrapers, the UT Tower still stands as recognizable...

 
 

Thirty Years of Camp Texas

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the founding of Camp Texas, a program to introduce the newest Longhorns to campus culture and traditions, the Alcalde looks...

 
 
Two UT Austin Professors Snag the ‘Nobel Prizes’ of Their Fields

Two UT Austin Professors Snag the ‘Nobel Prizes’ of Their Fields

By Marc Airhart and Nat Levy Winning a Nobel Prize brings unmistakable cachet, but for many of the sciences—essentially anything outside of chemistry,...

 
 
 
 
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