“Because I took a bomb-ass selfie, you mad?” said WFAA traffic anchor Demetria Obilor in the Bluebonnet Ballroom on Friday.
Crow Elementary School partnered with the non-profit organization Feed My Starving Children to prep, pack and seal meals that will reach malnourished children around the world.
Every elected position in the city of Arlington will be contested May 4. Seventeen candidates are running for office after the filing deadline closed Friday.
President Vistasp Karbhari asked the 86th Texas Legislature to make funding a new School of Social Work building a state priority, saying the building is likely to collapse.
Changes are on the horizon for the University Center in 2019, with construction planned for the Connection Café and Bluebonnet Ballroom.
During the 86th Texas Legislature, UTA is being represented through committee leadership roles in both the House of Representatives and the Senate Higher Education committees.
Faculty Senate approved an update to their non-tenure and tenure track faculty promotion policy and recommended language changes to a university-proposed amendment to UTA’s consensual relationship policy Wednesday in the Student Congress Chambers.
With posters and a megaphone at the ready, the Progressive Student Union started their Maverick Community Against Police Brutality rally with shouting and anger.
When microbiology freshman Brandon Allid pulled on a mint-flavored Juul e-cigarette for the first time, he was on his way to a music festival with his friends in Austin. Two years later, he still keeps a Juul on his body.
A future in public administration wasn’t always in the cards for Thomas Scott, but now he’s Outstanding Student of the Year.
Anh Ha, accounting and finance senior, walked through four job preparation stations at the Lockheed Martin Career Development Center Prepare for the Fair event Tuesday.
Estefania Lopez, Counseling and Psychological Services ambassador, said students experience stress because of conflicting responsibilities between school, work and their social lives.
Student Senate confirmed a Supreme Court justice and unanimously moved to adopt a constitutional amendment at the general body meeting on Tuesday.
Multicultural Affairs hosted its Call to Action event Wednesday to address student, faculty and staff concerns in deciding the department’s future.
The IDEAS Center and the College of Business have partnered together to provide students with additional assistance in their classes. The collaboration started in 2017 with the accounting department and has expanded since.
The College of Business’ new sculpture installment date has been postponed. The sculpture was expected to be installed before the spring semester had begun.
The three branches of Student Government held a tabling event Monday to introduce students to the legislative process and various programs.
Faculty members from the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs and the building itself were honored at the 2018 American Institute of Architects Fort Worth Honor and Design Awards.