Portrait of a UTA Family
The Taylor family's association with UTA and its preceding institutions began in 1911. It continues today through Lloyd Clark and his granddaughter, sophomore Alida Eggen.

Birth of Nations spawned UTA family affair
With the family home on land now occupied by UTA's South 40 parking lot, it's not surprising that seven Nation siblings attended neighboring North Texas Agricultural College in the 1930s and 1940s.


Families deeply rooted in UTA soil

He didn’t know it at the time, but Distinguished Alumnus Rex Latham planted the seed for this issue of UTA Magazine.

During his acceptance speech at the 2000 Distinguished Alumni Gala in October, Latham mentioned that at least one member of his family had been a professor or student at UTA in every decade since the 1940s.  (rest of the story)

Engineered for success
Katie Helmberger, the youngest of 13 children, will soon join four of her brothers as UTA civil engineering graduates.
  Keeping up the Pace
Sixteen–year–old Courtney Pace, already a UTA junior, is following in her mother's footsteps.
  Springing forward
Graduate students lead the way in spring enrollment increase
  A room with a view
Unconventional courtship leads to 50-plus years
of marriage for NTAC couple
  Kings and queens of the court
Tennis teams continue their reign over conference opponents
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