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Alumni “Flying Longhorns” travel the world
August 24, 2016
School spirit may peak at football games with a rousing rendition of “The Eyes of Texas,” but groups of Longhorns have “hooked ‘em” everywhere from the Iguazu Falls in Argentina to the icy pole of Antarctica.
RSC staff finds ways to stay positive during slower summer months
August 23, 2016
Flying squash balls, basketballs and volleyballs aimed at new Recreational Sports Center staff during their first announcement on the loudspeaker is one of the ways employees begin to get to know each other, said exercise senior Konnor George, a building coordinator at the RSC.
Ransom Center researchers reveal spiritualist side of Arthur Conan Doyle
August 10, 2016
Doyle’s belief in the supernatural is surprisingly at odds with his fame as the creator of the rational Sherlock Holmes.
Five books to broaden your understanding of feminism
August 9, 2016
Feminism doesn’t need to make your eyes roll, nor is it only for women. Have a better understanding of the movement with these five books.
Four Books To Take You On An Adventure In Nature
July 12, 2016
No money for traveling? Embark on these literary adventures instead.
Five dad-friendly events for Father’s Day
June 19, 2016
Skip the tie, and take dad out for Father's day this year.