The Autumn at the Arboretum is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through Halloween.
This week, Arlington residents can enjoy live music from KC & The Sunshine Band, FlowaPalooza at Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark and football and baseball games.
Tamara Brown began her tenure at UTA on Aug. 1. Her job covers the life cycle of a student’s success, from enrollment management, such as admission, financial aid or registrar, to the classrooms, scheduling and working with the faculty teaching the classes.
The UTA community and Arlington residents can enjoy a trivia night, a drag show or music concerts among other activities in the local community.
The exhibition features various artists’ works and their techniques, including decal ceramic printing, works comprised of paper-thin clay and experimentation with the chemistry of the glazes.
This week, Arlington residents and UTA students can enjoy a baseball game, and concerts for both rock and musical theater lovers.
Students give insights on how passion redirection, finding better programs, social media and transferring from other countries influence their change in career paths.
The movie night was aimed toward helping students decompress from the stress of college while allowing them to make memories and connect with their classmates.
UTA has earned this top rating by engaging with students, making it easier to process name changes, holding monthly events and more. The campus was the largest of three Texas universities that earned the ranking.
Sports fans can enjoy the Dallas Cowboys’ opening home game of the season at AT&T Stadium and soccer games, and music lovers will have the chance to hear Bad Bunny and Chase Rice perform.
Caleb De La Torre started his theater career in high school, but his time at UTA shined a spotlight on his talent. His performances on campus and with local artists have inspired audiences and peers alike.
This week, Arlington residents can enjoy several live concerts and sports games, a Disney-themed open mic night, National Just Because Day and more.
To encourage students to make connections, a variety of activities such as cornhole and spikeball were set up in Brazos Park for anyone to come and play.
The dish started as a way to preserve vegetables during the winter season. Today, it is one of the most widely known and consumed food items in South Korea.
Over 50% of sexual assault incidents on college campuses happen between August and November — also known as the “red zone” — more than any other time of the year. Incoming college students should be cautious of the social situations they may encounter as the fall semester approaches.
Since she was sworn into her position on April 12, Teresa Nguyen has started building a three-way connection between students, the Student Government and the university administration. The new Student Body president is unabashedly embracing her pink pride and the power, she hopes, to spur positive, lasting change.
Students, whether new or returning, have the opportunity to get involved and make connections through this year’s upcoming events on campus.
These include Reciprocal Exchange Programs, Affiliated Programs and Faculty-led Programs for students who meet the minimum GPA and other requirements. The fall Study Abroad Fair is scheduled at 11 a.m. Sept. 14 at Brazos Park.
At game store Free Range Pumpkins in Pantego, groups are coming back to play in person, enjoying fun companionship and adventure. The players shifted to meeting virtually during the pandemic, which hadn’t been done in mass until COVID-19 first hit.
"The World Famous Wheelie-ing Elvi" look back on their origin story, dating back to 1997, and share their excitement for the new Elvis movie and upcoming Arlington Independence Day Parade.
Before Roe v. Wade, there was access to legal abortion, but it was limited by location and financial ability. Now, as constitutional protections for abortion have been overturned, it may again decide who can access legal abortion options.