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Exploring Outside the Lines

We all had one during our time in college: an elective course signed up for on a whim, perhaps begrudgingly, to fulfill that elusive flag requirement, in search...

 
 

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The Famed Scottish Rite Dormitory Is Celebrating 100 Years This Fall

For the past century, the Scottish Rite Dormitory, a stately, Georgian-inspired residential building, has sat on a picturesque plot of West 27th Street. Three...

 
 

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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...

 
 

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The Right Type

A new book delves into the history and design of 19th-century wood type using a notable collection at UT’s College of Fine Arts.

 
 

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Longhorn Glen Powell Is Finally Getting His Turn as a Leading Man

Glen Powell is a rare Hollywood type: the kind of guy who shows up early and stays late, with an easy grin and no complaints. Or at least, that’s how he is...

 
 

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Bless the Mood

At the Moody Center’s ribbon-cutting ceremony in April, Matthew McConaughey, duly dressed in a white-trimmed burnt-orange suit and cowboy hat, sang a strange...

 
 

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The 27th Out

The final game of the Longhorns’ 1967 season was a nail-biter that changed the team, and one player’s life, forever.  “Baseball is a cruel game.”  This...

 
 

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Next Level

Now that NCAA athletes have the right to profit off their names, the world will value Longhorns in a whole new way.   “Constantly on the move,”...

 
 

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Best of the Best

Every year, the Alcalde gives alumni the opportunity to nominate the professors who made their time on the Forty Acres so memorable — the Longhorns who...

 
 

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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...

 
 
 
 
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