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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...

 
 

The Way Back: Aggie Armadillos

An armadillo is removed from the field by a University of Texas Longhorn Band Member during halftime of the 1971 Texas vs. Texas A&M game. Few rivalries...

 
 

This Longhorn Has Been Running for a Cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy for Nearly 20 Years

The Revells at the finish line of the 2019 Austin Marathon. Faced with his son’s incurable disease, Tim Revell, BS, BS ’99, got busy. Although not a runner,...

 
 

Way Out West

Night begins to fall in Big Bend. We all know Texas is big. We often rumble around in the part we live in (if we’re lucky), and we kind of know that it’s...

 
 

A Wilder World

Author Millie Kerr has had a love for nature and wildlife since she was a child spending time on her grandparents’ ranch, a home to scimitar-horned oryx,...

 
 

20 Years of Tailgating

Friends Stavinoha, Burch, Holloway, and Smith purchased their burnt-orange Volkswagen in 2006; The tailgate across the pond in 2001. “Come early, be loud,...

 
 

Texas Athletics Brings Home the Directors’ Cup—Again

Alongside the 2022 Directors’ Cup is Chris Plonsky, Texas Athletics chief of staff and executive senior associate athletics director. Led by a new class...

 
 

From the Desk of Ellsworth Kelly

Ellsworth Kelly, “Study for Blue and White Sculpture for Les Tuileries,” 1964, postcard collage. Ellsworth Kelly’s only freestanding building, Austin,...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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