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John Shapter
Driven by his love of learning and an intense desire to achieve, John Shapter fought off kidney, lung and heart problems long enough to fulfill his dream of graduating from college.
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James D. Spaniolo
Citing "visions, values and voices" as his mantra, James D. Spaniolo took office Feb. 1 as UTA’s seventh president.
Cadet and leader
More than 40 years after their fabled 160-mile march to summer camp in Fort Hood, the cadets and their leader reflect on how it changed their lives.
Bright Apple
Formerly a school, the newly anointed College of Education is earning a reputation as a leader in partnering with the community
Graduate students examine Phillip Ross
New master's degree emphasizes research in examining the effects of physical activity