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Student-Athletes participate in events on campus

Holton Hemby participates in at mock interview.
 
Holton Hemby participates in at mock interview.
 

Sept. 13, 2013

Arlington, Texas - Student-athletes participated in Dealing with the Media and UT Arlington Trio Pre-College Program in September.

The Dealing with the Media  workshop was done in partnership with The University of Texas at Arlington's public relations department and included about 40 student-athletes.

"I have given interviews to the shorthorn and UTA radio, but never understood the pressures of an actual press conference," senior cross country athlete Holton Hemby said.  "After doing a practice interview at the UTA studio I have a new found respect for athletes that have to give interviews like that after every race, game, and or match."

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