The Faculty Senate’s recommendation that pass/fail options should be made at the college level would favor some students over others and lead to confusion.
Community Voices columnist Kara Otuke says rugged individualism breeds selfishness, and politicians who follow this ideal may let down their constituents.
When I left campus the Friday before spring break, I, like most of us, never thought it would be for the last time this semester.
Landlords oftentimes depend on the rent received to put food on their table, pay their mortgages and also pay the taxes for their property and the properties they rent.
Athletic trainers work each day to reduce risks, prevent injuries and improve performance so people can do what they love, and they deserve our appreciation.
Going back to work is not the solution. Instead, our local and state leaders have to find some way to provide housing relief for their residents as other states and cities have done.
Traditional public transit would better suit Arlington's transportation needs than an algorithm designed for urban New York City. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Associate news editor Angelica Perez shares how leaving UTA made her realize just how important living on campus was to her university experience.
It is OK for graduates to at once agree with the steps the university has taken to mitigate the spread of coronavirus and regret the resulting lack of a commencement.
With the state of the world casting people’s lives into disarray, canceling classes would show consideration for the well-being of teachers and students.
The university could provide aid to students by considering a tuition and on-campus housing price reduction, payment freeze or outright cancellation.
If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, you can call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-SAFE (7233) for help.
In uncertain times, blood is among the commodities needed, yet outdated rules from the '80s prevent a portion of the population from contributing to this need.
Our aim isn’t to promote hysteria or promote an agenda. Our job is to inform, whether the news is good or bad.
Community Voices columnist Jonathan Demarest describes how a single person can do their part to prevent spreading the coronavirus to those most vulnerable to it.
The transition to a university can be difficult for a variety of reasons, but many students carry the additional burden of being undocumented or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients.
So you actually worked hard this spring semester and deserve a break. You, along with a horde of other college students, will finally get to see your party, staycation or travel plans come to fruition this upcoming week.
The idea of raising taxes to any set of residents can be met with skepticism or even hostility. But for the first time since September 2017, the city of Arlington is asking its residents if they want to make a sales tax increase happen.
This has been an interesting year in immigration policy. In January, the Supreme Court held a 5-4 ruling granting immigration officials discretion to consider the prior and potential use of public assistance as a factor in granting legal status.
Despite American Heart Month soon coming to an end, preventative measures for heart disease are crucial to understand beyond February, especially among women.
Community Voices columnist Jonathan Demarest argues that the senator has shown a consistent track record in fighting for issues that matter to Americans.
Love-centric holidays like Valentine's Day can leave people feeling disheartened, but simply reaching out can help.
Reality shows like “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” social media beauty influencers and local drag competitions can be accredited to the success of an art form that was seemingly invisible a decade ago.
Every day a new update on the deadly coronavirus, originating from the Chinese city of Wuhan, draws a mounting cause for concern. As of Tuesday, there were more than 43,000 confirmed infections and over 1,000 deaths spanning 26 countries, with 12 cases in the U.S.
From attending campus events to supporting black businesses, students have ample opportunities to contribute to the celebration of black culture.