Students and alumni came out to support Tatenda Ndlovu at his first paid performance, where he performed nine original songs.
Alumnus and rapper Tatenda Ndlovu, also known as TEN., had his first paid show Aug. 23 at Reno's Chop Shop in Deep Ellum. TEN. performed nine songs during his set that started shortly before midnight. Several UTA students and alumni were in attendance to support TEN.
Brave Combo returns for the Aug. 30 opening, and several indie bands of diverse genres will perform throughout the season.
Rustin Tholen spent a year developing his acronym deciphering game, Acronyms for Hilarity.
Returning to campus amid traffic, delays and construction can really grind your gears.
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.
When he was a student, alumnus Joshua Moore struggled to find a coffee shop he enjoyed close to UTA, a place with an atmosphere he could work in for hours.
The Texas chapter of the organization named the venue a 2019 Great Public Space as part of the Great Places in Texas program.
Inclusion Coffee and Lone Star Axe Throwing are just some of the new entertainment options meant to attract students to local areas.
The 13th annual Light Up Arlington will start at 6 p.m. with different activities and will finish with a fireworks display from the Municipal Office Tower starting at 9:45 p.m.
Psychology sophomore Leah Gilstrap said being a furry, or an enthusiast of anthropomorphic characters, has brought her new experiences, friends and a creative outlet.
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.