During spring break, Beta Theta Pi fraternity members and friends dress up like Batman, Spider Man, and other superheroes to cheer up sick children in Texas and Louisiana hospitals.
One cold night, more than 50 UT Arlington students huddled together on the Library mall and got a small glimpse into what it feels like to be homeless.
A $1.45 million Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship for UT Arlington means great things for math and science education in North Texas and beyond.
Dr. Joseph Bohanon formed the Native American Alumni Alliance, which brings American Indian alumni together to support scholarships for the Native American Student Association.
Carlos Saavedra picked up where his fraternity brothers left off and biked across America to raise $5,000 for PUSH America.
Volunteers for the 2012 Big Event spent time at nearly 50 worksites.
The Community Garden is a first-of-its-kind collaboration between UT Arlington and the city.
What started as a philanthropy project for his fraternity became a life-changing experience for Mo Awadalla.
Minerva Cordero is working hard to help Arlington students discover a passion for math.