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Siete Family Foods Is Reimagining Mexican-American Cuisine

A health problem led one Mexican-American family to get creative with the food on their table—and take an entire industry by storm. Chatting on live television...

 
 

Honoring the 2020 Texas Excellence Awards Winners

Though we couldn’t welcome these recipients onstage this year, we are celebrating them in the Alcalde with a portrait and kind words from faculty and students.

 
 

Turning Glass into Tools at UT Austin’s Glass Shop

Adam Kennedy is one of a few university glass blowers left.

 
 

History of the Texas Exes Life Membership

In 2012, I arrived on campus as a journalism student from McAllen, Texas. I didn’t come from a family of Longhorns. There was no burnt-orange paraphernalia adorning...

 
 

Power Players: Meet the 2020 President’s Leadership Award Winners

 
 

Five New Books By Longhorns to Dive Into This Spring Break

The Trials of Apollo, Book Five: The Tower of Nero By Rick Riordan, BA ’86, Life Member   The Percy Jackson and the Olympians author released the fifth and...

 
 

One Longhorn Is Putting an Eco-Friendly Spin on the Texas Cowboy Boot

Will Roman dresses like an Austin cowboy. Walking into The Driskill bar, he blends right into the downtown Austin hotel’s Western aesthetic with his black cowboy...

 
 

Five New Books From the Longhorn Universe to Kick Off the New Year

Texas Seafood: A Cookbook and Comprehensive Guide  By PJ Stoops, BA, BA ’99, and Benchalak Srimart Stoops   Readers can set sail across the northwest Gulf of...

 
 

Discovering the Romance of Portugal’s Douro River

Flying Longhorns take a trip to the Iberian peninsula.

 
 

Dearly Beloved: What Love Looks Like After 80 Years of Marriage

The oldest living married couple in the world are a pair of Longhorns.

 
 
 
 
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