En la décima edición de UTA News en Español le tenemos los detalles de lo que ocasiona la adicción al teléfono celular, tambien lo último en el tratamiento y la rehabilitación de heridas en las manos y le contaremos como algunos estudiantes de UTA celebraban los días festivos de las epocas navideñas cuando estaban en su infancia.
This week on COLA@50, we explored how UTA’s ROTC program celebrated local veterans, and an exclusive inside look of the new performance held by the UTA Theatre Department.
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-Austin Trung Nguyen
The Art Gallery at UTA is highlighting some of their artist this semester by having a exhibition. The gallery will display different unique pieces for collected over the years, from different artist. This gallery is opened to the public and welcomes everyone to come and check out the artwork.
En nuestra Novena edición le contamos de los riesgos que los jóvenes corren al momento de distraerse estando detras del volante, tambien le decimos de las opciónes que los estudiantes tienen para pagar su colegiatura y en deportes UTA estuvimos en el homenaje del ex-raider de oakland Tim Brown y le tenemos los detalles.
In this tenth edition of UTA News, we take you inside the 2015 Homecoming men’s basketball game, take a look at the latest research in medical rehabilitation taking place on campus and give you some insight on this year’s iteration of UTA’s annual Veteran’s Day celebrations.
November 11th is a day we honor those who fought for our country. In this story the UTA ROTC held an open and closing ceremony on Veterans Day. Thor Rushing is a cadet and veteran who was responsible for putting the ceremony together. He speaks about how he feels about being involved with the military and what Veterans Day means to him. During the story, other cadets express to them what it feels to be a part of ROTC and their reason for being in the military.
The Man Who Came to Dinner is UTA’s newest show opening this month in the theatre department. The show was cast back in September and students have been in rehearsals since early October. The last two months have given the students plenty of time to research, study and truly find their characters within themselves. Students however,were not the only ones cast in the show, some faculty also make an appearance in the staged production. With the show entering into the final week of dress rehearsals it has also allowed the cast to fully experience the entirety of their work on the completed stage.
As the cool winds of fall blow across campus many students are looking for any possible opportunity to warm up. Thankfully with homecoming week taking place, Excel student activities is continuing a new, delicious University tradition. The second annual Homecoming Chili Cook Off was held in the Palo Duro lounge of the University Center. This allowed contesting teams made up of student and faculty to come up with their best chili recipe to present to the student body. While many teams competed, only one would win?
NASCAR is back in Texas and it’s a big celebration as this is the last race for Jeff Gordon at Texas Motor Speedway.With the attention on the heavy rainfall prior to the weekend, press conferences, and even a pair of Shetland ponies gifted to Gordon, Texas really hasn’t given the proper gesture to their local boy Chris Buescher. Buescher is from Prosper, TX, part of Roush-Fenway Racing, the driver of the #60 Advocare Ford Mustang, and leading all XFINITY drivers in the points race to the championship. Buescher qualified in 12th, and finished 11th behind pole winner Brad Keselowski.
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