Lady Maverick Basketball

For the first time at UT Arlington, Lady Maverick Basketball has started their season off 5-0 for the second consecutive year.  Lady Mavericks shot over forty percent from the field for the second game in a row after Crystal Allen’s buzzer-beater three against SMU.  Lady Mavericks topped Fresno State 67-54 before their next four out of five games on the road against power 5 conference schools.  Coach Krista Gerlich says that protecting home court is a strategy that the Lady Mavs are using to protect their undefeated record.  The Lady Mavs are also 14-3 at home going back to last season.

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Write Club

Write Club is a group on campus made for students who enjoy writing, but don’t have the time to spend on the hobby. The group recently became more active with its new president, Sara Hall. Having writing prompts and sharing short stories are two common things that could be seen during the meetings. The main purpose of the group is to provide a safe setting for students who want to write and improve their craft. It is open to students from all majors.

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Studies are finding that college students are sleep deprived which is linked to poor performance in the classroom

Students struggle with time management when it comes to studying, work and their social life. However, when it comes to sleep, studies are finding that college students are neglecting in taking the time to sleep.  Lack of sleep has been proven to cause poor performance in the classroom and ultimately health problems.


A warning regarding your health: What you may not know about a popular dish linked to college students

A popular dish among college students called Ramen noodles has been linked to high blood pressure and heart disease due to the amount of sodium that one package contains. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends the average american consumes no more than 23 hundred milligrams of salt per day. Ramen contains over half of the daily sodium intake.  One student gives her personal account of how she got started consuming the dish.

For two legally blind students taking American sign language, its more than a requirement.

Many students enroll in the American Sign Language (ASL) classes to fulfill their foreign language requirement to graduate. However, two UTA students Michael Blue and Stan Timms, are enrolled in ASL classes on campus as a challenge and as a learning skill they may have to use as a way of life. There is more to them than meets the eye.