Sex and the prevention of sexually transmitted infections can be a touchy subject for young adults, but talking about them and getting tested are crucial steps to maintaining a healthy sex life. There are resources on campus and tips any sexually active college student can take advantage of.
If one is able to look past the sea of red and pink cards and endless heart-shaped chocolate boxes in stores, they can see one of the paramount meanings behind the highly capitalized holiday of Valentine’s Day; love.
If a student were to search for a therapist in Arlington on a popular site such as Psychology Today, more than 300 results would pop up.
Members of the African Student Organization and Women of Gold transformed the University Center Rio Grande Ballroom into a romantic getaway, with rose petals lying on the tables, dim lighting and sultry R&B resonating inside the room.
Finding the perfect gift on a college student budget can be difficult, but many students and organizations on campus might provide a solution for this issue.
How’s the moon? How do you feel? Were people mean to you today? Those are the kind of questions Lauren Barry-Smith and Ashley Falgout ask each other before they perform.
EXCEL Campus Activities will host its third Battle of the Bands event Saturday at 7 p.m. in the University Center Palo Duro Lounge. Attendants of the free event will be able to witness five bands compete for the grand prize of a gift card and studio time courtesy of UT Arlington Records and …
Right now, any person 18 and up can walk into a local vape or supplement store and browse through shelves stocked with a number of cannabidiol, or CBD, products in the form of cake mix, bath bombs, oils, vape cartridges, candy and even dog treats.
Here’s the scene: It’s Nov. 6, 2018. Election night in the state of Texas. Democratic State Senate candidate Kendall Scudder and his team are gathered for a watch party in Reunion Tower — and they’re losing.
Led by film professor Changhee Chun, Master of Fine Arts film students will host a showcase of their work. The film themes vary, some tackling embracing one’s culture while others take a more experimental approach on everyday issues.
Satin, sheer, gloss or matte are all words used when describing lipsticks. As versatile as lipsticks are, it is quite easy to be pigeonholed into wearing traditional red and nude colors instead of experimenting with shades.
Eli Tomlanovich used to throw house parties in high school. Now he throws concerts a couple miles away from campus along with The Football Team: A Creative Collective. On Friday, the collective will throw their first concert of the year, Treehouse.
The steady sound of kitchen knives slapping against cutting boards interrupted the usual dull roar of students during lunch time Wednesday in the UTA FabLab. This was thanks to the participants of the Maverick Kitchen: Game Day Eats, who were making Super Bowl party snacks.
The Denton Black Film Festival does more than just screen films. The festival is a multievent celebration of black culture in the form of film, art, poetry, music, comedy, spoken word and interactive workshops. The five-day event is held in Denton every January, with this year’s the festival…
Winter break serves as the perfect time to catch up on favorite shows or check out that one movie everyone’s been raving about. As the semester gets started, students dish on what they’ve binge-watched over the break.
“Your Body’s Callin’,” a track from R. Kelly’s album 12 Play, played from Arlington station Smooth R&B 105.7 on Monday, and a radio host couldn’t bear to let the song play any longer.