“Because I took a bomb-ass selfie, you mad?” said WFAA traffic anchor Demetria Obilor in the Bluebonnet Ballroom on Friday.
Changes are on the horizon for the University Center in 2019, with construction planned for the Connection Café and Bluebonnet Ballroom.
The Masters of Science in Human Resources Management program was ranked No. 5 in the nation by collegechoice.net earlier this month.
This is a wrapup of crime for Tuesday.
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.
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 College of Nursing and Health Innovation celebrated a decade of educating nurses through their accelerated online registered nurse-to-Bachelor of Science in nursing degree program. The college hosted an event Thursday in the University Center Rio Grande Ballroom to recognize the accomplishment.
Trying to hide her baby bump, Maricela Avila could only think of the shame she felt for getting pregnant at 16. She had run away to Mexico weeks before and returned to the States with the news. Her parents were not surprised.
When Dr Pepper products were removed from most of campus, Cristobal Trujillo, history and economics junior, started a petition to replenish UTA with the beverage again.
As members of UTA’s Black Student Association rearranged tables and chairs inside the University Center Red River Room, a buzz of chatter swept through the room. The group was getting ready to play Silent Library.
Student Senate confirmed information systems junior Gavin Mitchell as the new chief of staff Tuesday. The senate also introduced four new resolutions and a constitutional amendment.
UTA Research Institute continues its vision of sustaining business and industry, the advancement of mankind and impacting society on a global scale as it partners with Newcastle Manufacturing.
The College of Business’ accounting department has partnered with United Way to raise the number of volunteers for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, which is put on yearly by Foundation Communities.
Alumnus Rocky “Rock-T” Turner shared his speech “Overcome Your Fears, Persevere Through Adversity” to students Monday in the University Center.
In its second semester, the spring-only course of design and human behavior is giving students in the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs a chance to flex their creative muscles.