Bradley draws upon his experiences as a gay, Mexican American, first-generation college student from a working-class background, extensive education and experience in diversity programs.
Community Voices columnist Preston Cook argues that despite good intentions, increasing the federal minimum wage will have adverse consequences.
We can’t address physical and sexual violence toward women without addressing the role men have in perpetuating it.
Students from UTA to UT-Austin have called on the system to change campus icons and to better reflect the student body.
While theorists like Robin DiAngelo and Ibram X. Kendi may be well-intentioned, their fixation on group identity robs minorities of their agency as individuals.
Canceling classes and providing shelter and resources to students in need during the winter storm last week were key ways the university managed the dire situation.
Community Voices columnist Jean Luc Reynolds argues that nuclear power is a better solution than renewable energy sources like solar power.
Extreme weather conditions across the entire state led to widespread outages of basic utilities, damage and even death, but these outcomes could have been prevented.
Community Voices columnist Ruben Gonzalez argues that the princess of pop deserves to regain control of her life after having her agency limited for 13 years.
UTA has been without a university president since former President Vistasp Karbhari resigned in March. Nearly a year later on Feb. 10, the UTA Faculty Senate held a special session to finalize a letter to UT System Chancellor James Milliken urging the continuation of the search.
A fear of failure is no reason to worry, and fear of not finding a job after graduation should not dampen efforts to succeed either.
Community Voices columnists argue that the Korean series misses its opportunity to promote female empowerment and focuses on shallow high school romance instead.
Students and staff can attend open-forum presentations from the vice presidential candidates to see who will be the best fit for the new leadership role.
We should learn to be honest with ourselves and our happiness in able to determine what relationships and old habits we should keep in our routines.
Knowing when to offer a sincere apology is the key. Apologizing too much can tarnish a reputation and saving them for an appropriate time can strengthen respect.
UTA is working with Curative to administer free tests from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at UTA’s Curative Testing Center in the College Park District.
The issues that thrust the Black Lives Matter movement to the forefront last summer remain prevalent now. We must continue to show our support.
Student senate’s recent resolution “Out of Space” recognizes that it can be difficult for students to find private testing and study spaces on campus.
Hiring more Black professors isn’t enough to bring a more equitable experience at UTA. Citing academic work, publishing and awarding grants and funds are sorely lacking.
Community Voices columnist Landry Rhodes argues that the criticism conservatives who supported the Jan. 6 insurrection face has nothing to do with censorship.
Community Voices columnist Jean Luc Reynolds argues that the media would rather highlight the former president 's rhetoric instead of looking at the positive impact of his actions.
The techniques that worked in the physical classroom don’t necessarily translate to a virtual environment. More training is necessary to meet online students’ needs.
It’s 2021. Women need to stop pinning themselves against one another, and society needs to stop accepting this as appropriate behavior.
With growing infections and hospitalization rates increasing all over the state, UTA needs to fall in line with other UT system schools in going back online.
Shifting the priorities from accommodating cars to promoting walking, biking and transit will help Arlington become equitable, united, wealthier, healthier and greener.
The former president’s mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic and rhetoric of disinformation and hatred make him one of the nation’s worst leaders.