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Matthew McConaughey chauffeurs for University of Texas students

DNA Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Matthew McConaughey surprised some lucky students of his alma mater, the University of Texas, by giving them a lift in a golf cart.

The actor, who attended a football match of his alma mater, hung around campus post match.

He was participating in the University's SURE Walk programme, which offers free rides to students...
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Matthew McConaughey should get an award for being the best alumnus from the University of Texas as the actor visited his alma mater to help students get home safely. UT has a program called SAFE that transports students around campus in order for them to feel safer.

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