On Sept. 11, a child died due to a rare and fatal naegleria fowleri infection after playing at an Arlington splash pad with contaminated water.
Located at the University Administration Building, the restaurant reopened this semester with a larger menu and a new buffet-style service.
Faculty, staff, students, retirees and alumni can benefit from the program by showing their Maverick ID to any of the over 300 participating vendors.
Rain will be moving into the area starting Tuesday, with temperatures in the mid-80s.
Additionally a male student was found to be driving under the influence as a minor.
Having lost a parent to suicide, Jamie Lowe pursues social work to aid those who have experienced similar losses.
The Oozeball tournament, mud volleyball, started in 1989, but went on a hiatus last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fifty-six teams registered to play this year, compared to more than 90 teams in past years.
Through her new role with Relationship Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention office, Zellan aims to give back to her community by cultivating a place for people to receive resources to help reduce the risk of relationship violence.
UTA’s Campus Cat Coalition saved a cat in the Maverick Parking Garage that had suffered second and third degree burns. The coalition serves to protect the wellbeing of about 100 feral cats found around campus.
Senate Bill 1, also known as the Election Integrity Protection Act, makes several changes to how votes are cast, such as prohibiting 24-hour and drive-thru voting
Rosa Collins, Arlington Music Hall’s sole burlesque producer, fought to bring burlesque shows back on the stage ever since the pandemic delayed it over a year ago.
Jay Warren, Arlington communication and legislative affairs director, built a city from the ground up using Legos. His build was featured in the city budget video.
Jandel Crutchfield, associate professor at the School of Social Work, says she wants to give people a place to belong and feel comfortable being themselves.
Handshake’s Virtual All Majors and Internship Fair will take place on Wednesday and Thursday from noon to 5 p.m. Interested students and alumni are advised to have a web camera and good internet access to chat with employers.
The clinics will provide doses of the FDA-approved Pfizer vaccine and will be open to employees and students on a walk-in only basis.
Whether it’s forming cultural connections through food or learning about your own heritage, the month celebrates the richness of Hispanic cultures.
Monday will be the hottest day of the week with a high near 100, and the Tuesday cold front is expected to bring temperatures down to the 80s.
Parents voice their concerns about whether or not to impose a mask mandate for Arlington Independent School District as the community grapples with balancing health concerns with personal freedoms.
Student Government plays a big role in the decision-making of a variety of UTA departments. The 2021-22 Leadership Team discusses their roles as well as their goals for the school year.
Created by Timothy Richardson, the minor will combine faculty and students from many departments to teach ethnography and history of sound utilizing unique technologies.
The Senate also introduced a resolution calling for UTA to join the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Green Power Partnership, which helps to achieve Clean Air Act requirements. The resolution was passed on to the Community Affairs Committee for further research.
The Sikh Coalition was founded on the night of the 9/11 attacks in response to a flood of violent attacks against Sikh Americans across the U.S.
The council voted unanimously to approve $75,000 annually in agreement with UTA for economic development and pass the fiscal year 2022 budget.
Jesus Jaquez Gutierrez was 25 years old and had been enrolled at UTA since fall of 2020, and his cause of death has not been released.
A near total ban on abortions, social studies curriculum limitations and carrying firearms were among the issues addressed by the enacted laws.
Professors and students voiced concerns Monday about transparency and diversity regarding the university’s search for a new president.
Inspired by her immigrant experience with health care, Marcela Nava's two-week, seven-hour self-paced course confronts topics that may be considered taboo.