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UT Professor Oscar Cásares’ New Book Looks at Life on the South Texas Border

When people ask UT English professor Oscar Cásares where he’s from, he’s not always sure what to say. Aside from a brief stint in the Midwest for grad school,...

 
 

Back to School: Stepping into the World of Architecture

I often wonder how an architect looks at the world. Is it similar to the way an artist might notice textures? Or how a musician can single out an instrument? While...

 
 

Texas Exes Hosts Inaugural Texas Excellence Awards

Since the Texas Exes’ founding, the association has played a major role in recognizing outstanding members of the campus community. On Wednesday night, for...

 
 

Meet UT’s Carli Todd, One of a Few Women on Staff of a Division I Men’s Team

Carli Todd never intended to be on the coaching staff of a college baseball team. After her job as a communications assistant for Major League Baseball team the...

 
 

How the Texas Exes’ Founding Shaped the State’s History

It’s a story nearly as old as the state of Texas itself, dating back to when the university was just a 40-acre piece of land, and Old Main grandly stood upon...

 
 

Setting the Bar: Meet the 2019 President’s Leadership Awards

Every year, a few special students reveal themselves to possess a sense of passion and ambition that turns heads. Whether they’re mentoring peers, creating nonprofits,...

 
 

Longhorns and Aggies Unite for Orange & Maroon Legislative Day 2019

­­ For just one day every two years, Longhorns and Aggies come together to storm the Texas State Capitol in the name of higher education for Orange & Maroon...

 
 

Longhorns Give Back to the Community Through Project Worldwide

Every February, thousands of Longhorns near and far come together in the spirit of service for Project Worldwide, a monthlong initiative co-hosted by the Texas Exes...

 
 

Celebrating UT’s First-Generation Students on Campus

“Statistically speaking, I shouldn’t even be at UT,” senior Margarita Herrera says when we meet. She proceeds to list off a number of reasons: she’s...

 
 

Getting to Know New UT System Chancellor James B. Milliken

James B. Milliken is sitting in a bright, polished conference room with marble floors and gaping windows that overlook Austin in The University of Texas System’s...

 
 
 
 
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