[UTA Magazine]



A fair deal from a foul ball

A discolored baseball sits among my sports memorabilia on a bookcase in our guest bedroom. In contrast to the ultra-white balls in protective cases autographed by Cal Ripken, Eddie Murray and others, this one has smudges and bears no one's signature. It's the only foul ball I've ever nabbed while attending hundreds of major league games.... (rest of the story)

  In this issue
Author Timothy Westmoreland
The characters in Good As Any, alumnus Timothy Westmoreland's critically acclaimed collection of short stories, experience illness and pain much like he does.
Professor J.D. Mosley-Matchett  
Large, small or somewhere in between, these companies all have one thing in common: They rely heavily on UTA graduates. Ten stories illustrate the breadth of the University's impact in the workplace.
Kevin Abelbeck working out  
Workout warrior Kevin Abelbeck ('89 BA) has designed and patented numerous pieces of exercise equipment, including BodyRoc, AbStar and AbBike.
Gloved hands of researcher Sanjay Awasthi  
Ground-breaking research aims to make chemotherapy and radiation more tolerable.
Ryan Roberts  
Ryan Roberts hit everything in sight during his record-setting season.
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