Women’s Storybook Project Bridges the Gap Between Incarcerated Mothers and Their Children

Midday on a Thursday this past April, the Austin Country Club was the site of a luncheon to garner new volunteers and donations for a local nonprofit that has changed...



The Tyler Rose: The Story of UT’s Recruitment of Earl Campbell

In 1973, Darrell K Royal faced challenges landing top African-American high school football players, so he enlisted a team of recruiters. Led by Ken Dabbs, they...


Letter from the Executive Director: More Than a Job

  This past May was a major turning point in my career. It was the first time I’ve presented a budget where the revenues equaled the expenses and I didn’t get...


Longhorn Standout Jaxson Hayes is a Pelican

  Jaxson Hayes is headed to New Orleans. After a stellar freshman year at Texas, where he averaged 10 points, 5 rebounds, and 2.2 blocks per game, the Hawks...


Longhorns Atop Judd Falls

Longhorns Henry Boehm and Carter Boehm get their horns up at Judd Falls in Crested Butte, Colorado.


Mother and Son Longhorn Duo Reach Kilimanjaro Summit

From the top of Kilimanjaro at 19,341 feet, Jacquelyn Helin, DMA ’82, Life Member, and her son, Wiliam Helin-Glick, BBA ’16, BA ’17, confirmed their plans...


Elephants and Longhorns Spotted Together on Safari

Spotted with a spectacular elephant while on safari at Londolozi Game Reserve in South Africa were Longhorns Anne Morley, BBA ’14, and Katherine Kuntz, BBA ’14,...


The Westernmost Hook ’em in Alaska

Cathy Foerster, BS ’77, Life Member, stopped to take in the sights while hiking on Attu Island, the westernmost point of Alaska at the end of the Aleutian Chain.


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