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Beach Volleyball is the Next Frontier of UT’s Athletic Power

“Texas is a volleyball school.” “Texas is a volleyball school.” No, that’s not an echo you’re hearing. Rather, Jerritt Elliott’s reigning...

 
 

Texas Performing Arts and Broadway Across America Bring the Great White Way to Campus

You never forget your first time.  Come on along and listen to the lullaby of Broadway. For Kristen Caskey, BA ’94, who grew up outside of Chicago,...

 
 

This Longhorn Is a World Traveler and Points Master

Katie and JT Genter at John F. Kennedy International Airport’s TWA Hotel. Most days, you’re likely to find Katie Genter, PhD ’17, in front of a laptop...

 
 

Looking Back at Texas Football’s Biggest Moments in the Big 12

Justin Tucker celebrates after winning what was thought to be Texas’ final game against Texas A&M, 2011. “S-E-C! S-E-C!”    It’s...

 
 

Men’s Basketball Head Coach Rodney Terry Led the Longhorns to Their Best Season in 15 Years and Is Looking Ahead

Rodney at the Texas vs. Rice game, 2023. It was one heck of a birthday present, even if Rodney Terry would have gladly taken it belated. On March 27, the...

 
 

Logan Eggleston Has More In Store After Texas Volleyball

Eggleston in a 2022 game against Texas Tech. Logan Eggleston, BBA ’22, Life Member, was already going to be a Longhorn legend prior to her senior year, but...

 
 

Playing the Long Game

Vick celebrates a winning putt with Fields. “That’s good.” It only took two words for The University of Texas men’s golf team to win the 2022 NCAA Championship....

 
 

Kenny Vaccaro Is Taking on the World of Esports 

Anyone who’s ever seen Kenny Vaccaro, ’12, has a Kenny Vaccaro highlight burned into their head. Perhaps it was one of his many crushing tackles covering...

 
 

How Did Spoon Become One of the Most Enduring Indie-Rock Bands? It All Started at The University of Texas.

The current lineup of Spoon on Austin’s Sixth Street, from left, Ben Trokan, Gerardo Larrios, Alex Fischel (obscured), Britt Daniel, Jim Eno. “On the Radio,” the...

 
 

The Texas 4000 Crew Remembers a Ride Unlike Any Other

The only thing harder than biking thousands of miles across America and Canada? Not biking thousands of miles across America and Canada—after you’ve spent...

 
 
 
 
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