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UTA students with disabilities story is told through exhibit
October 16, 2017
Before the 1970s, K-12 grade schools and colleges had no legal obligation to admit or serve students with disabilities. In the early ‘60s, UT-Arlington students took it upon themselves to advocate for a more accessible campus.
Texas Fight Rally brings spirit to campus
October 12, 2017
Performances and cheers echoed from the Tower as groups from around campus united Wednesday at the annual Texas Fight Rally to boost morale before Saturday’s Red River Rivalry football game.
Hurricane Harvey, communities dealing with disaster discussed during panel
October 8, 2017
Houston Chronicle reporter Rebecca Elliott checked herself into a hotel in Greenspoint as Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Houston. The flood-prone neighborhood had anticipated the Category 4 hurricane, but the local Red Cross that Elliott visited did not reflect that.
Goldsmith virtual reality talk explores future of VR
October 5, 2017
In an instant, business freshman Arooj Sheikh found herself transported from a classroom in the UT School of Architecture to the inside of an Austin condo.
Cyborg rights fuel conversation at Law and Technology Symposium
October 1, 2017
The word cyborg often brings to mind tech-enhanced half-humans, such as the Terminator or Robocop, but doesn’t usually elicit thoughts of a person with a kidney transplant, drug enhancement or even someone with a cell phone.
Former CIA official speaks about monitoring nuclear agreements
September 28, 2017
As nuclear tensions between the United States and North Korea grow, Wednesday was an opportune time for former CIA official John Lauder to visit UT to speak about monitoring nuclear agreements.
Students learn new study habits with Sanger Learning Center workshops
September 21, 2017
“Dice, dollar bill, octopus.” These were three of 16 random words that lit up the projector screen in the Sanger Learning Center workshop space on Wednesday afternoon.
Amateur scientists identify fossils at Identification Day
September 17, 2017
As soon as the doors to the Texas Memorial Museum opened Sunday afternoon, 5-year-old Andres Trujillo bolted up the steps, clutching a ziplock bag with unique contents — a tiny skull.
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