President Vistasp Karbhari will address the campus community in an hourlong Q&A in which any student can ask questions, in person or via Twitter.
Students had an opportunity to meet their student representatives and learn about how resolutions get passed and the upcoming fall elections.
President Vistasp Karbhari, broadcasting senior Kyle Schow and Mr. UTA Dylan Hernandez competed on the lanes at Alley Cats Entertainment.
The new policy will allow the department to track the frequency of hate-related incidents even if they constitute minor criminal charges.
The program has three degree routes that cater to a variety of students and was ranked based upon its quality, convenience and career impact.
The men’s team will compete in the Lone Star Invitational while the women’s team will compete in the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational.
The platform, which helps UTA members raise money for initiatives such as group travel and activities, is planned to resume at the end of the month.
UTA community members try to anticipate the strategies the candidates might employ to separate themselves from the pack.
Students now report to one office to file a Title IX or Title VII claim, increasing efficiency and eliminating confusion.
Politics, Culture and Society: A Transnational Talk, will be co-sponsored by Dallas-based bookstore bar combo The Wild Detectives.
The two-time FIFA World Cup winner received two real NFL offers amid rumors of her switching sports.