UTA student Ashley Hays-Weaver and her husband turned a backyard hobby into a small business with Dayne’s Craft Barbecue.
Robert Hodge and Alicia Eggert’s work bring cultural awareness and an investigation of time and language to campus
The Arlington Skatium provides a place for the community to gather and lace up their skates.
The Hella Mega tour, which is scheduled to come to Arlington on July 31, 2020, is the first concert to be announced at the new stadium.
Pursuing a degree while raising kids is a monumental task, but these women find a way to make it work.
English senior Sophie Spruce expresses her experience keeping a diary for years and the potential benefits of the practice.
Author Janet Ellis led attendees in various life coaching exercises to help people find their motivation.
Running for five weeks, the works of Denton-based artist Alicia Eggert and Houston-based artist Robert Hodge will be featured.
The Treehouse event will feature local indie groups split between indoor and outdoor performance spots at Truth Vinyl on Friday.
These coworking spaces allow for ideas to become reality for people with businesses that need room outside of home to grow.
The new organization focuses on connecting male students of color with mentors, creating a close-knit network to inspire inclusivity and success in studies.
Students and alumni came out to support Tatenda Ndlovu at his first paid performance, where he performed nine original songs.
On Monday night at the Maverick Activities Center, Multicultural Affairs director Melanie Johnson led a group of freshmen in an activity where they wrote themselves a letter listing their semester goals. The students were gathered for the annual Black Maverick Welcome event.