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The Way Back: Campus in Miniature

Each edition of UT’s Cactus yearbook has its own look and feel as the editors navigate a delicate balance: distinguishing it from its predecessors but also maintaining...

 
 

Celebrating Easter Alone Together

David Green, BS ’84, Life Member, pastor at Salem Church in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, celebrated Easter by conducting a live-streamed worship service.

 
 

Longhorns Helping in the Fight Against COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to impact our day-to-day lives like never before, many have found themselves in need of support from their communities. Whether it’s in Austin...

 
 

Your All-Longhorn Streaming Queue for Social Distancing

You know the drill: we are all stuck inside for the foreseeable future, and we all need to fill our extra hours home with … something. Have y’all heard...

 
 

Staying Safe in SLC

Staying safe is Craig J. Provost, BA ’77, Life Member, with a mask made of UT cloth by his wife, Dale Cordes Provost. They are both retired psychologists living...

 
 

History of the Texas Exes Life Membership

In 2012, I arrived on campus as a journalism student from McAllen, Texas. I didn’t come from a family of Longhorns. There was no burnt-orange paraphernalia adorning...

 
 

The 2019 Outstanding Young Texas Exes Winners on Their Road to Success

Rush Bartlett, BS ’08, Life Member Rush Bartlett is an entrepreneur and inventor with 18 patents to his name. He works in health care, serving as global vice...

 
 

Fifty Years Later, a Look Back at UT’s Inaugural Earth Day Celebration

The year was 1970. Wisconsin Sen. Gaylord Nelson had just proposed the nation’s first Earth Day, encouraging citizens to promote environmental awareness through...

 
 

One Longhorn Is Putting an Eco-Friendly Spin on the Texas Cowboy Boot

Will Roman dresses like an Austin cowboy. Walking into The Driskill bar, he blends right into the downtown Austin hotel’s Western aesthetic with his black cowboy...

 
 

The Way Back: Counter-Culture on the Drag

Before World War II, The Drag was a drag. But between 1945 and 1946, the student population grew from 7,000 to 17,000, providing a much-needed boon to the street’s...

 
 
 
 
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