UNIVERSITY STUDIES SENIOR ELIAS MORENO HAS BEEN REACHING HIGHER HEIGHTS IN THE FILM COMMUNITY FROM TEXAS TO LAS VEGAS WITH HIS AWARD WINNING SHORT FILM TITLED, UNARMED. UTA NEWS SAT DOWN WITH MORENO FOR THE BREAKDOWN OF THE FILM.
STUDENTS ARE PROGRESSIVELY GETTING USED TO THE COLLEGE LIFESTYLE, AS THEY FIND A SENSE OF COMFORT IN THEIR NEW LIVING ARRANGEMENTS. SEE HOW STUDENTS ARE COPING WITH BEING AWAY FROM HOME.
IT’S ABOUT THAT TIME AGAIN! STUDENTS DISCUSS THEIR PLANS FOR FINALS AND THE WINDING DOWN PROCESS FOR THE BREAK.
STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND THE PUBLIC BROUGHT LIFE TO THE PARTY AT BETO’S TOWN HALL EVENT. THE CANDIDATE ENSURED ADVANCED UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE AND SPOKE ON PROVIDING PRE-SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL CHILDREN UNDER FOUR .THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE URGED HIS SUPPORTERS TO USE THEIR VOICE FOR THIS YEAR’S ELECTION AND TO MAKE SURE THAT PEOPLE GO OUT AND VOTE.
Homecoming week kicked off with a beat as students lined up to see their favorite rappers preform. Students gathered and lined up more than an hour early, they were very excited to see a rocking concert. The show had some opening acts before the head liner Joyner Lucas preform. Excel Activities worked hard to to get the performers to come to UTA. Overall concert was a huge success for the students who went to the show. Excel Activities is working really hard to find acts to come preform at next years homecoming bash, they hope it will be as successful as this years was.
All across the United States of America, National Night Out was celebrated. This was a day to honer out nation’s police, fire department, and medical staff and learn a little bit more about what they do. The city of Arlington held their National Night Out on the campus of UTA and it was great for students to see what all goes down. There was a prize wheel and a station where you got to learn how to but out a fire using a fire extinguisher. You could even put on drunk goggles and throw bean bags. When this event comes back it will be great to check out.
UTA celebrated its annual founders day, this was a day where the college celebrates the day it was founded back in the year 1895. Music was played and games were set up giving away free stuff. Students from all over campus gathered to see all the festivities and to see if they can win some free items. Student organizations were also there making some good food for students to buy for a reasonable price. The college will once again celebrate its founders day on the same day next year, we hope that we will see you there at the same time in October!
UTA students taking Intro to Radio with Proffer Lance Lieugz get the chance to know what it is like to be on the radio. The Students started out by playing the music that was already in the system, but after a few weeks on the board the were able to play the music that they wanted to play. This was a great opportunity for the students to get some first hand experience and learn how to become a great disk jockey. Whether they want to have a future in the business, or just doing it as another class, it was a fun experience
for all students that did it.
The Gallery at UTA featured paintings from two up and coming artist. This exhibit was in the gallery at UTA from late August to early October, it was a great opportunity of students to admire the art work of lesser known artist. UTA’s art gallery will have more art work up as the semester goes along. This was a great opportunity for students that are majoring in art to see so they can get some ideas for their own art work. You can find the gallery at UTA located in the Fine Arts building as you walk right in to the building.