While most appreciate the precautions the university has taken, many students are concerned their peers aren’t taking the pandemic seriously.
Brianna Baucum and Arlington community members have marched through campus twice demanding that 4-year-old Journi Baucum be returned to her mother.
The student-led team hopes to add 30 players to the team's roster for the fall season.
The trio gave insight to what it's like to balance trying to graduate while keeping music at the forefront of their lives.
After 40 years of business, Randy Ford’s Irish bar and grill remains a fixture of downtown Arlington’s identity.
Inclusion Coffee and Lone Star Axe Throwing are just some of the new entertainment options meant to attract students to local areas.
Psychology sophomore Leah Gilstrap said being a furry, or an enthusiast of anthropomorphic characters, has brought her new experiences, friends and a creative outlet.
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.
Here’s the scene: It’s Nov. 6, 2018. Election night in the state of Texas. Democratic State Senate candidate Kendall Scudder and his team are gathered for a watch party in Reunion Tower — and they’re losing.
Most cubicles in the lower level of the University Center are decorated with pictures of friends and family, and office supplies. But on Dillian Frelow’s desk, a golden plaque sits engraved with words one may appropriately describe as ‘flawless’: What Would Beyonce Do?
With the growth in do-it-yourself project ideas offered by sites like Pinterest, students may be able to create their own decorations to add personal touches to living spaces.