For this episode of Radio Maverick: Reporter Edgar Estrada speaks to students celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. Alumnus Anthony Cucolo encourages students on leadership, empathy and communication skills. UTA jumps up in […]
A little bit Indie, a little bit Americana, Lilly Hiatt’s music straddles both genres with music about friends and personal struggles. She talked to UTA Radio about her fourth album, […]
Singer/songwriter Israel Nash has built a following with his intricate productions, often referred to as the Hill Country Wall of Sound (he lives in Dripping Springs). A recent festival visit […]
Vinyl records have made a big comeback since 2010, with nearly 17-million albums sold just last year. It’s one reason we participate in Vinylthon each spring. The domain of audiophiles […]
After 50-plus years teaching politics -and life lessons-to UTA students, Dr. Allan Saxe is reluctantly calling it quits. He sat down with UTA Radio to talk about his legacy.
Perhaps the best-known zookeeper in the U-S spoke with UTA Radio about his career, the biggest issue facing wildlife today, and his favorite animal.
The Irving Symphony and a zebra bring a classical take on a legendary band to the Verizon Theater
Downsizing expert and environmentalist Graham Hill says we have too much stuff. How can we live with less? He spoke with us our own, tiny space.
UTA’s Interim Chair in the Department of Music is helping to run not one, but two record labels aimed at real-world instruction for those interested in the music business. Dan […]
Noted economist Roland Fryer, a UTA graduate, talked to us before his Maverick Speakers appearance on his time in Arlington, how public schools aren’t working, and the divide between African […]