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A New Scholarship for Black Students Aims to Help Longhorns in the Business World

This fall, two Longhorns will enter the McCombs School of Business with a unique support system. Todd Maclin, BBA ’78, Life Member, a retired executive with...

 
 

This Longhorn Wants to Land the First Private Craft on the Moon

Born three years before Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon, Sharad Bhaskaran spent his youth poring over Star Trek reruns and devouring sci-fi...

 
 

Avid Longhorn’s Football Streak Reaches 20 Years

Loyal Longhorn Patrick Ennis, BBA ’91, has not missed a UT football game in 20 years, amassing a record of 177-76 in his streak of 253 home, away, and bowl...

 
 

The Way Back: College On a Hill

In 1838, the fledgling town of Austin—then called Waterloo—was selected as the future site for both the Capitol and The University of Texas. As such, the...

 
 

How Ada Calhoun Became a Bestselling Author

In late 2017, Ada Calhoun, BA ’00, felt busted and blue. The UT alumna from New York City had been a freelance writer for two decades. Her work had appeared...

 
 

Robert Killebrew’s Journey From Punishing Linebacker to Pain Reliever

On YouTube, there is a highlights package featuring key plays from Texas linebacker Robert Killebrew’s career, sound-tracked by “Last Resort” by Papa...

 
 

The Big Layover: A Frequent Flyer Stays Grounded When Everything Is Up in the Air

As told to Dorothy Guerrero Norton on her front porch in Austin, 2020. I remember exactly when I first caught the bug. Travel has always been a major...

 
 

Staying Cool in the Texas Summer

Robert Hernandez, BBA ’84, Life Member, demonstrates how to stay cool in the Texas summer.

 
 

Longtime Longhorn Celebrates 60 Years

Ken Capps, BJ ’82, Life Member, celebrated turning 60 on Aug. 31. Pictured above, Capps hooks ’em at the Great Pyramids in a photo that appeared in a 1987...

 
 

Longhorn Mother and Daughter Graduate 10 Years Apart

After completing her doctorate from the UT Austin School of Nursing, Patricia White, DNP ’20, pictured right, is now officially the proudest Longhorn. White...

 
 
 
 
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