The university works alongside community colleges to provide resources that help transfers efficiently complete their degrees.
Teams of landscape architecture students won first place and honorable mention in the competition, which focuses on stormwater management and green infrastructure.
Landscape architecture graduate Ángeles Margarida worked with The Stewpot homeless shelter to create the installation, which was displayed in Dallas' Main Street Garden.
Five years after starting her annual 2.5-mile march, the 94-year-old activist witnessed the realization of her goal and expressed gratitude to her fellow marchers.
Last year's Juneteenth events were halted by the pandemic, and this year's were held ahead of President Joe Biden recognizing the day as a national holiday.
Abbott also signed House Bill 1280 on abortion and announced the state’s plan to build a border wall to restore order in border communities
The bill prohibits abortion once a fetal heartbeat can be detected and has been met with both opposition and support from members of the community.
The walkout occurred in opposition of Senate Bill 7, which aimed to increase the power of poll watchers, limit poll hours and further restrict mail-in voting.
The council also approved a final reading on the 2021 fiscal year operating budget as well as adding the Unity Council as a standing board.
Pete Smith, UTA chief analytics officer, said there are more job opportunities than people employed in the data science field because it is so new.
National Weather Service meteorologist Madison Gordon recommends wearing light-colored clothing, staying hydrated and not leaving pets or people alone in vehicles.
Elisabeth Cawthon was appointed as dean for the College of Liberal Arts in 2017 after serving as interim dean for a year. She will return as a UTA faculty member after a short leave.
Jaylan Ford has danced around the city for about a year, and he plans to dance from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. during the summer.
ERCOT suggests that individuals set thermostats to at least 78 degrees, keep all lights off, avoid using large appliances and unplug appliances when not using them.
Persis Forster lived by words like honesty and integrity, devoting 60 years to teaching dance and leaving a lasting impression on the community.
With the mask mandate lifted and some classes transitioning to in-person this semester, many students returned to campus with a sense of normalcy.
Victims have primarily been approached on foot and robbed of valuables such as cell phones and wallets, and the online marketplace OfferUp was used to contact some.
City council members, former mayoral candidates and residents alike expressed which issues they’d like Jim Ross to address once he’s sworn into office June 29.
The city council also approved a new anti-discrimination ordinance that extends its protection to individuals when seeking employment or public accommodations.
Find out when the UC, The Commons, Dining Services and the Central Library will be open this summer and how to get tested or vaccinated for COVID-19.
Ross is replacing outgoing mayor Jeff Williams, while Hunter is replacing outgoing council member Marvin Sutton. The two will be sworn in on June 29.
Officials are not authorized to enforce a mask mandate, and violating this executive order can result in a fine of up to $1,000.
Hosted at Globe Life Field for the first time, the ceremonies implemented social distancing and safety protocols to ensure student and guest safety.
After three years of widespread debate and campus condemnation, UTA removed the name of former university administrator Edward Davis on the basis of his racist actions.
The decision to remove Davis Hall’s namesake, former dean Edward Davis, came after years-long effort from students and alumni.
Face coverings will be required until further notice, there will be a mix of online and in-person classes, and on-campus work positions will return in phases.