Smart ways to keep your dogs cool in the Texas heat involve puppy pools, dog shoes and cooling blankets.
Trey Wilder, whose spray-painted mural in Dallas went viral, is the first artist featured in the museum’s new art incubator initiative.
Seventy-nine million Americans, most in their late teens and early 20s, are infected with HPV, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.
Whataburger announced Friday that BDT Capital Partners, a Chicago-based investment firm, will acquire a majority interest in the company, allowing it to expand to other states.
Anime, superhero and sci-fi characters filled the halls of the University Center on Saturday during the fifth annual ArlingCon, a pop culture convention put on by the Arlington Public Library and UTA Libraries.
Biomedical engineering freshman Fiza Saeed said she has two prominent father figures: her biological father, who lives in Pakistan, and her uncle, who she lives with now.
The colorful iconography of artist Keith Haring will adorn the walls of the Arlington Museum of Art for its newest exhibit, “Keith Haring: Against All Odds,” from June 21 to Sept. 15.
In 1993, Dallas Cowboys fan Phil Whitfield began working as a security guard at Texas Stadium — unaware of how much his life would change years later.
EXCEL Campus Activities will kick off its annual Summer Movie Series Thursday at 9 p.m. with a showing of Captain Marvel on the west lawn behind the Maverick Activities Center.
History junior Brian Wagner used to kill time by mindlessly swiping through profiles on a variety of dating apps — until he met his girlfriend through one of them.
After 18 years of impacting the music industry, Apple announced Monday it would be phasing iTunes into three new apps: Music, Apple TV and Apple Podcasts.
Cheers, smiles and hugs were shared at the Dallas Pride Parade on Sunday, but people also witnessed event protesters sporting “You need Jesus” T-shirts or a Bible at their side while they voiced their disapproval.
B.C. Battle, interdisciplinary studies junior and self-published author, published his first book, “The First of the Boardwalk Parades,” in September and is now working on his second book called “The First of the Bitter Suites.”
With the stress of finals and graduation approaching, it can be hard for students to stay positive and motivated. The Shorthorn spoke to some students on campus and asked what songs motivate and help them through difficult times.
Maintaining a vegan diet doesn’t have to be a hurdle. Many of your favorite nonvegan recipes have alternative ingredients that could make them vegan-friendly in no time.
When coming up with an interactive learning environment, it can be hard to think of creative ways to get students involved. Milaun Murry, experiential learning outreach and events specialist, thinks outside of the box when creating pop-up programs that engage students in activities and help …
The Continuum exhibition hosted by the Art and Art History Department featured works of art from six students Wednesday at Gallery West in the Studio Arts Center.
Horror films can conjure thoughts of killer clowns, paranormal entities or masked murderers. However, for many in the black community, horror also exists off the screen.