UTA News celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the College of Liberal Arts at UT Arlington by producing a weekly television segment: COLA@50!
This segment celebrates COLA’s academic programs, its faculty and staff, and highlights the accomplishments of our diverse student body.
Here’s our first edition of COLA@50; watch it, share it, live it!
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