Archive for: texas


What’s Great About UT Is What’s Great About Texas

On the occasion of Texas Independence Day, Alcalde assistant editor and erstwhile reluctant Longhorn Andrew Roush, BA ’09, reflects on what makes our state great. I’ll...


Texas Pride in Mercedes

Richard Camargo, BS ’81;  Letty Fernandez, BJ ’78, Life Member; and Paul Chouy, BA ’09, show their longhorn pride in front of the UT boot in Mercedes, Texas.


Longhorn Christmas

Chuck Stahl, BA ’55, and MJ Stahl, BA ’70, Life Members, showed their spirit by sponsoring a Longhorn Christmas table at the Friends of the Library Christmas...


Burnt-Orange Distinguished Alumni

These three Distinguished Alumni stopped for a picture at this year’s awards ceremony. From left: Wales Madden Jr., BBA ’77, MBA ’79; Mark McLaughlin, BBA...


A Little Longhorn’s First Trip to Campus

Daniel Knight, BA ’00, JD ’03, Life Member, took his daughter Gwendolyn to her first Longhorn football game on Nov. 2.


Horns Up at the Finish Line

Jenny Paul, BA ’09, Life Member, puts her horns up as she crosses the finish line of her first half Ironman triathlon in Austin.


UT’s Law Degree Ranked Most Valuable

Everything’s bigger in Texas—including the value of a law degree. The University of Texas’ School of Law nabbed the No. 1 spot on U.S. News’ list of schools...


Longhorn Fans Among Most Engaged in College Football

Whether it’s how much we’re being talked about, what a good value we are, or just how great a school we are, The University of Texas at Austin is constantly...


UT Advocates Podcast: Poor State of (Civic) Affairs

A new study finds shockingly low rates of civic participation in Texas. We talk with the Strauss Institute’s Regina Lawrence about the findings and what they...


Paris Chapter Golf Tournament Keeps A&M Rivalry Alive

Many Texas Exes chapters have traditionally held joint events with nearby A&M alumni groups. Orange-and-maroon events aren’t just an opportunity for some...

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