Flans Forever

A group of Longhorns is bringing authentic Latino desserts to stores and farmers’ markets through their new company, Algo Dulce. From left is CFO Robert...

 
 

Houston Photographer Finds Art Along the Road

Raymond Redding, BS ’82, is a photographer in Houston who was inspired by his bicycle trips during the pandemic to focus on a micro view of the city. Without...

 
 

Longhorn’s 16th Straight Marathon Fighting for a Cure for DMD

Tim Revell, BS, BS ’99, will run in his 16th Austin Marathon on April 25, 2021, to help raise money to find a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD)....

 
 
 
 

One Year Later, The Daily Texan Adapts to a Changing Media Landscape

Between going mostly digital (for now) and shifting its coverage, how the pandemic has changed The Daily Texan over the last year.

 
 

The Longhorns in Your Neighborhood: A Program Started on the Basketball Courts of East Austin 30 Years Ago is Still Going Strong

In 1991, Howard Nirken caught the attention of the Texas Exes. As a President’s Leadership Award finalist, the gregarious undergrad was being interviewed...

 
 

A Year Into the Pandemic, Checking in With the People Who Keep Campus Running

Nearly a year after students left the Forty Acres for spring break 2020, campus is still far emptier than usual, with many of UT’s faculty, staff, and even students...

 
 

Letter from the Executive Director: Play on

So much of our identity as Austinites comes from the city’s famously vibrant live music scene. And Longhorns have always been especially proud to attend college...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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