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Queen Elizabeth Dead at 96

Written by UTA Radio News on Thursday, September 8, 2022

The longest-serving British monarch passed away in Scotland after doctors indicated some concern about her health. The Queen spent seven decades on the throne and visited Texas back in 1991, the only British monarch to ever do so. Her son, Prince Charles, will become King. (Photo credit: the Fort Worth Star-Telegram collection, Special Collections, UTA Libraries)

Queen Elizabeth, 1991

 

College Radio Day

Written by UTA Radio News on Wednesday, July 27, 2022

College Radio Day is set with a theme and a logo inspired by the war in Ukraine. Our celebration will include our annual Rocktober concert series, kicking off on College Radio Day, Stay tuned!

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New President

Written by UTA Radio News on Monday, May 16, 2022

UTA's 10th President, Dr. Jennifer Cowley, stopped by our studios on her first day in office to talk about her initial plans and links to college radio. Listen here

Dr. Jennifer Cowley

Power Vertical Podcast

Written by UTA Radio News on Thursday, December 16, 2021

UTA Radio has partnered with UTA's McDowell Center for Global Studies to produce the Power Vertical podcast. The weekly show on Russian affairs features host Brian Whitmore and features a stable of high-level experts from eastern Europe and the United States.

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Radio Maverick

Written by UTA Radio News on Tuesday, December 19, 2017

We have a new podcast put together by our news team called Radio Maverick. It has a more in-depth look at what's going on, interviews with artists, plus feature stories from UTA students.

Radio Maverick

Lou Diamond Phillips

Written by UTA Radio News on Monday, September 11, 2017

Turns out, actor Lou Diamond Phillips was a UTA student just like you. He spoke to UTA Radio News before his Maverick Speaker Series speech.

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