University of Texas at Arlington
UTA Associate Professor Brent Sasley suggests Americans understand that we do not have the influence it once had.
Along with a new 20-acre College Park District the University of Texas at Arlington is adding something else new, this time for athletic fans. For the first time in UTA history beer will be sold at sporting events.
While college move-in day may be routine at some places Monday’s event at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) is a major event. This is the first semester students are moving into the new 20-acre College Park District.
Veterans say that one of the toughest things they encounter when they return home is getting back into the swing of things after war. Now the University of Texas at Arlington is helping them do it. UTA is offering programs which provide more counselors to help the returning veterans.
We all remember the day when we learned to ride a bicycle and the extra achievement when that ride stopped involving training wheels. Helping North Texans with special needs achieve that goal is the focus of a unique week-long event in Arlington.
Thousands of North Texans are painfully familiar with the issue of student loan debt. Now, students drowning in debt at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) are getting some extra attention.
The city of Arlington’s Canon Print Center is a concept the city may copy and expand.
Seventeen-year-old Trayvon Martin may have been killed a thousand miles away in Florida, but for students taking part in a candlelight vigil at SMU Monday night, Martin’s death hits close to home and close to their hearts.
The UT Arlington basketball teams are getting off the stage — literally.
The University of Texas at Arlington has been quietly rebranding itself over the past few years, and the city of Arlington and many in North Texas are starting to notice.
At the University of Texas at Arlington, where students often meet face to face to discuss an academic phenomenon, a group of students is working on a social phenomenon that’s aimed to change how we communicate.
Two Oklahoma State University basketball coaches, killed in a plane crash, both had ties to Texas. Women’s basketball head coach Kurt Budke and assistant coach Miranda Serna, a graduate of Texas A&M University-Commerce, were killed in Arkansas.