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UTA In The News — Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

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Vote in Israel will determine policy

A Vox article on the ruling coalition of political parties in Israel’s parliament quoted Brent Sasley, a UT Arlington associate professor of political science. According to Sasley, Benjamin Netanyahu will technically serve as Finance and Justice Ministers, in addition to Prime Minister, until Israel’s next election. He could also appoint others to those roles. But "it probably won't matter much," Sasley said, because "not much will get done policy-wise" until after the vote.

Hot or cold therapy

Advance Healthcare Network published an article about the use of hot versus cold therapies for pain management written by Cynthia Trowbridge, associate professor of kinesiology at UT Arlington.

Diversity the norm at dinner

UT Arlington student Caitlyn Barbee, a campus missionary intern at the Baptist Student Ministry, wrote about her experience organizing a weekly dinner for international students that has drawn attendees of diverse faiths for the independent news organization The Baptist Standard.