Texas Exes: 100 fastest-growing Longhorn-run businesses
The list includes popular Austin-based companies such as Rambler Sparkling Water, Beatbox Beverages, and El Arroyo.
Texas president says building relationships priority in SEC
The schools will join their new league on July 1, 2024. Oklahoma and Texas will play one season in a 14-team Big 12 that will include new members BYU, Central Florida, Cincinnati and Houston.
AI project at UT Austin focuses on developing beneficial, ethical artificial intelligence
While a lot of attention has been focused on ChatGPT, UT researchers are working on several other ways artificial intelligence can be used in schools.
Texas professors, students rally against proposed end to university tenures
Senate Bill 18, which was passed by the Texas Senate last week, aims to end university tenures at public universities statewide.
UT Austin sprinter becomes first to run 60M dash in under 7 seconds
Julien Alfred won the 200-meter and 60-meter dashes at the 2023 NCAA Division I women's indoor track and field championships in March.
UT launches housing scholarship program to assist low-income students
The new scholarship program will offer scholarships to offset on-campus housing costs by up to $1,800 per academic year.
Decades-old 'Hi, How Are You' mural preserved in West Campus
A decades-old building at 21st and Guadalupe in West Campus was razed to the ground, but the decades-old “Hi, How Are You" mural painted on it, is still standing tall thanks to efforts to preserve it.
AJ Johnson decommits from Texas to join Australia pro league
Recent signee A.J. Johnson, a five-start guard out of California, decommits from Texas to play in an Australian pro league.
Texas officially introduces Rodney Terry as UT men's basketball head coach
After 30-plus years of coaching, which includes two stops at Texas as an assistant, Rodney Terry finally gets the opportunity he said he's been preparing for his whole life.
UT Austin professor recognized by USA Today for her work documenting anti-Mexican violence in Texas
Professor Munoz Martinez is recognized for her work documenting anti-Mexican violence in Texas with a focus on the early years of the 20th century.
AP source: Texas reaches deal with Rodney Terry as full-time coach
Texas has reached an agreement with Rodney Terry to be the Longhorns’ full-time head basketball coach.
UT researchers name ancient beaver fossil after Buc-ee's
A new species of ancient beaver has been named after Buc-ee's, the popular Texas-based gas station known for its cartoon beaver mascot.
Texas Longhorns prepare for Sweet 16 game against Xavier
A day before the big game was kind of a "calm before the storm" feel for the Longhorns at T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, especially with all those seniors and graduate students.
No. 5 Louisville pummel Texas 73-51 in second round of NCAA Tournament
Hailey Van Lith scored 21 points and No. 5 Louisville rolled over No. 4 Texas 73-51 on the Longhorns’ home court Monday night to send the Cardinals to the Sweet 16 for the sixth NCAA Tournament in row.
No March Madness: Gonzales, Texas easily dispatch ECU
Shaylee Gonzales scored 20 points and No. 4 Texas rolled to a 79-40 win over No. 13 East Carolina on Saturday night in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on the Longhorns’ home court.
No. 2 seed Texas looks to advance to Sweet 16 for first time in 15 years
Texas and Penn State are scheduled to tip-off around 6:45 p.m. Saturday, March 18.
UT Austin staff member assaulted, robbed on campus
A UT Austin staff member was assaulted and robbed on Wednesday, UTPD said.
UT student safety organization calls for change following bicyclist death
Safehorns, a UT student safety organization, is asking the city to inspect West Campus construction sites after a bicyclist was killed by falling debris.
Texas Longhorns look to impress NFL scouts at annual UT Pro Day
Less than a week after the NFL Combine wrapped up, there was another chance for Longhorns to impress league personnel at the annual UT Pro day.
Texas' Rodney Terry named Sporting News' College Basketball Coach of the Year
Terry is now the second Longhorn coach to earn this prestigious national honor. The first was won by John Wooden back in 1964.