Events such as Quick Crafts, Maverick Kitchen Hacks, Book Club, Open Mic Night, Gaming Highlights and Virtual Paws will continue online on Facebook and Instagram.
The relaxing activities of catching bugs, collecting shells and helping villagers in the game is comforting to many students who are stuck at home and away from friends.
With every breaking news and COVID-19 update around the world, along with the economic impacts, the limitations of our health care systems and how our government is handling or mishandling the situation, some good old-fashioned escapism is in order. And maybe a good Old-Fashioned.
Pet adoptions must be made by appointment by calling 817-575-8128, and requests to reclaim a pet must be made by calling 817-575-8129. Fees for reclaimed animals have been waived until further notice.
Now that Tarrant County barbershops and hair salons are closed in response to COVID-19, many people are considering a home haircut instead of waiting for them to reopen.
For students who don’t have access to the technology, the Learning Ally program, available through Canvas, can help students with a variety of disabilities access their classes.
Streams of artists performing from their homes and live dance parties on Instagram round out this special virtual edition of The To-Do List.
As COVID-19 news floods social media platforms, it’s important to remember to unplug and take a breath to ensure you’re taking care of your mental health.
Homemade face masks do not offer the same protection as official gear, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend the use of makeshift masks as a last resort.
With the sudden disruption of daily routines because of the coronavirus outbreak, many students are finding it difficult to maintain good sleep habits.
As the COVID-19 outbreak restricts everyone to staying at home, maintaining a respectful relationship with your roommates is more important than ever.
Prolonged social isolation can negatively affect one's mental health, but UTA students are using group chats to avoid feeling alone while social distancing.
With the dining areas of local restaurants closed, now is the perfect time to turn to your pantry. Learning new recipes can help you make the most of what’s on hand.
With on-campus events being suspended in accordance with UTA’s current student organization policies, Catholic students are adopting creative ways to practice their faith.
Students might want to use the extended break to get ahead on their assignments. Keeping yourself accountable and communicating with your professors is key.
Austin mayor Steve Adler made the announcement that the 10-day arts and technology festival was canceled at a press conference Friday and declared a local disaster.
The choir has sung backing vocals at two Eagles concerts as of March 1, and the third and final performance will be on March 17.
Texas Tulips, Texas Furry Fiesta 2020, The American Rodeo and the TX StrassenFest Spring Beer Festival are also happening this week.
Talking about women’s health makes many people uncomfortable, and so they don’t take the time to inform themselves. Let’s change that.
Over a month in the making, the interactive exhibit was inspired by immersive exhibits like the Sweet Tooth Hotel in Dallas.
The traveling music festival, JMBLYA, will return to Texas for its 8th consecutive year. The event will kick off its lone star trip at Fair Park in Dallas on May 1.
As representation of natural hairstyles improves, people are able to shed the stigma and stereotypes associated with it.
Vince Paculba, advertising and public relations senior, took medication for depression when he first started college but eventually found that music was the cure he’d always been looking for.
The band was initially formed by music education junior Adrian Balansay, audio production senior William Land and audio production junior Jesse Kats for a class project.