Following several months of delay, the College of Business’ sculpture is set to be completed and installed by the end of the summer.
After closing in late April, the vegan Mexican restaurant Down to Earth is set to offer its menu options again in the College Park District.
The final exam schedule, including room assignments, is online with changes finalized, said Conroy Kydd, scheduling and educational technology support services director, in an email.
Political science freshman Anshu Shrestha moved into the Maple Square apartments because of its convenient location on campus, but to her surprise, the apartment was squeaky and paint was chipping away.
What started off as a hobby and a family recipe later developed into a business idea for Velly Sari, business administration graduate student and alumnus Nikolas Pethis. Their Indonesian inspired hot sauce called Novilliam’s Hot Sauce was awarded $10,000 at the Business Pitch Competition on …
President Vistasp Karbhari addressed sexual harassment, diversity in hiring and creating a welcoming environment at the Forum on Faculty and Staff Excellence on Wednesday.
A 2.25% convenience fee will be effective in the fall for credit and debit cards used to pay tuition, fees or other charges on MyMav.
Alumnus Thomas Mayfield appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Tuesday to discuss his educational and motivational YouTube videos he creates for his fifth grade math students at the Leadership Academy at Como Elementary.
A female student reported being sexually assaulted by a male UTA student Sunday at the Kappa Sigma fraternity house, according to a UTA Police press report.
UTA’s four-year and six-year graduation rates are projected to be the highest in the university’s history, according to Troy Johnson, vice president for enrollment management.
Strong women, the lynching of Mexicans and breaking through glass ceilings were some of the topics shared at Spotlight on Thursday inside the University Center Red River Room.
The university is holistically reviewing Greek life on campus after multiple sexual assault, hazing and alcohol abuse cases were reported in the last three years.
The Lockheed Martin Career Development Center is hosting its second UTA JCPenney Suit Up event from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Sunday at The Parks Mall at Arlington.
While enjoying various foods during the International Food Fair on Tuesday, biochemistry junior Mia Perkins went to grab a tres leches cake at the La Sociedad Hispanica’s table.
UTA Police arrested a male nonstudent on Monday outside the Maverick Activities Center in connection with evading arrest, unlawful carrying of a weapon in a prohibited location.
In March, outside of Woolf Hall, a boat sat idle on the walkway to hook students into signing up for the UTA Bass Fishing Club. Students are attempting to revive the organization this semester.