UTA alumnus Peggy Larney moved to Dallas because of Native American relocation programs in the 1960s. She said this has made her an unofficial historian of the Native community in Dallas.
Buffalo Tree Festival will kick off this fall on Sunday, Oct. 7 at Main Street Garden in Dallas.
Artists and musicians from all over gathered to share their talents at the Deep Ellum Arts Festival in Dallas. The festival featured live music, food and art in a variety of forms for attendees to enjoy.
Musicians in the Metroplex attempting to circumnavigate the road to fame may find relief in Music Detour: DFW Music Archive, a nonprofit website for artists hosted by UTA.
The generation of rebooting classic film and TV franchises is in full swing. Shows such as "Raven's Home," "Fuller House," and "Teen Titans Go!" have hit the screens, inspiring both nostalgia and dread from students and faculty.
It can be hard parting with binge-worthy shows at the end of each season. With new and returning shows starting up again, students shared what they were looking forward to.
The battle for Westeros has begun. Season seven of HBO's "Game of Thrones" kicked off Sunday. Students shared their initial reactions and hopes for season seven, including their favorite characters and who they think will sit on the Iron Throne.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo is among the largest video game conventions in the world, boasting thousands of attendees with more watching at home, that began June 13 and concluded Thursday.