Transformed by education
Images of a championship season
Alumna saves lives in Iraq
Sophomore Zac Sanders and senior Jasmine Stewart were crowned Homecoming king and queen.
Jason Patek ('94), Dee Richardson ('94), Clayton Starkweather ('92) and Wayne Huddleston ('98) at the annual Homecoming reception for former and current student leaders.
The "Paint Your Pride" car-decorating event was new to the Homecoming 2005 schedule.
Zeb Strong ('88), Richard Massie and Victor Collins at the African American Alumni Reception.
Kerri Ressl ('98), Patrick Harmon, Delila Pleasant, Jasmine Stewart and Mindy Hutchison at the chili cook-off.
Military Science Hall of Honor inductees Bev Garrett ('67), John Langford ('53) and George McDowell ('32).
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Center of attention
Initial plans show off special events building while other projects near completion
Tracing the shape of Texas
Thousands view maps from UTA collection at Bullock museum exhibit
At Play: Nataleigh Vann
Student sails to national championship
Movin' Mavs fall one point short in national championship game
Texas Hall once regularly hosted big names like Louis Armstrong and Willie Nelson
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