The First Lady of Texas Football Talks Gameday Fashion

Sarkisian at the Longhorns’ season opener, Sept. 4, 2021. This past football season, all eyes were on the field per usual. But for some, it wasn’t in anticipation...

 
 

UT Researchers Might Solve the Mysteries of the Universe With the Most Powerful Telescope Ever

The James Webb Space Telescope at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, 2017. There’s never been a way to clearly see the past here...

 
 

The Ransom Center Spotlights the Women Who Helped Bring James Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’ to Life

Sylvia Beach and James Joyce in the doorway of Beach’s Paris bookshop, in 1922. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the publication of James Joyce’s...

 
 

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Next Level

Now that NCAA athletes have the right to profit off their names, the world will value Longhorns in a whole new way.   “Constantly on the move,”...

 
 

Letter From the Executive Director: Opportunity Knocks

We’re at the start of a new era in college athletics. Everything is changing: College athletes are now allowed to monetize their name, image, and likeness...

 
 

A Longhorn Is Reinventing Farming—With Robots

An aerial view of the Iron Ox facility in Lockhart, Texas. Brandon Alexander had been trying to make burritos fly—and he was getting tired. The year was 2015,...

 
 

UT’s Student-Run Microfarm Is Celebrating Its 10th Anniversary—and a New Period of Growth

Students work at UT’s first student-run organic urban farm, on March 6, 2022. On a recent early spring day behind the tennis courts at UT’s Wright-Whitaker...

 
 

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The 27th Out

The final game of the Longhorns’ 1967 season was a nail-biter that changed the team, and one player’s life, forever.  “Baseball is a cruel game.”  This...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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