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Art, Autobiographies, and Ann Richards: Discover New Reads From the Longhorn Universe

ANOTHER WORLD   The Art of David Everett  Edited by Becky Duval Reese, Introduction by Stephen Harrigan, BA ’70, Life Member   The...

 
 

New Reads From the Longhorn Universe to Kick Off 2022

It’s Not Just CookiesStories and Recipes From the Tiff’s Treats KitchenBy Tiffany Chen, BS ’01, and Leon Chen, BBA ’01, Life Members After standing...

 
 

Discover Your Inner-Texan with New Reads from the Longhorn Universe

Being TexanEssays, Recipes, and Advice for the Lone Star Way of LifeBy the editors of Texas Monthly Texas Monthly taps into its long roster of contributors...

 
 

Alice Embree, who Helped Integrate UT, Talks About a Transformational Time in U.S. History

When Alice Embree arrived on the Forty Acres in the fall of 1963, UT dorms were still segregated. President Lyndon Johnson’s daughter, Lynda Bird Johnson,...

 
 

Fantasy, Football, and Funny Women: Discover New Fall Reads

Cracking Up – Black Feminist Comedy in the Twentieth and Twenty-first Century United States By Katelyn Hale Wood, MA ’09, PhD ’14  Dressed...

 
 

New Summer Reads Introduce You to Important Trailblazers

Lone Star Vistas Travel Writing on Texas, 1821-1861 by Astrid Haas   As Texas became a destination for large-scale immigration in the wake of Mexico’s...

 
 

Four Summer Reads from Longhorn Authors

With One Hand Tied Behind My Brain A Memoir of Life After Stroke by Avrel Seale, BS ’89, Life Member Seale learns that wasting time is wasting life...

 
 

David Heska Wanbli Weiden Sets a Mystery on the Reservation in ‘Winter Counts’

With his debut novel, Winter Counts, David Heska Wanbli Weiden, PhD ’07, became one of just a handful of Native American writers ever nominated for an Edgar...

 
 

Matthew McConaughey Takes Stock of His Life in New Memoir ‘Greenlights’

Last year, Matthew McConaughey packed his bags and headed to Fort Davis, Texas, where his story first begins (“That’s where I was conceived,” he explains)....

 
 

Four Books From the Longhorn Universe to Kick Off Fall 2018

Never Lost Again by Bill Kilday, BA ’90, MPA, MBA ’94 These days avoiding traffic jams and getting from Point A to Point B is as easy as plugging in information...

 
 
 
 
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