Alumnus and rapper Tatenda Ndlovu, also known as TEN., had his first paid show Aug. 23 at Reno's Chop Shop in Deep Ellum. TEN. performed nine songs during his set that started shortly before midnight. Several UTA students and alumni were in attendance to support TEN.
The UTA volleyball team defeated Dallas Baptist University in an exhibition match Aug. 23 at College Park Center. The Mavericks were led by senior middle blocker Madison Hill, who recorded 11 kills in the win over the Patriots. The Mavs will head to Houston on Aug. 30 to play in the Flo Hyma…
Despite the audible buzz created by the thousands of bees that swarm around him, Terry Leggett, beekeeper and UTA alumnus finds his work relaxing.
Jazz and classical music resonated around the close walls of the University Center art gallery as graduate student Lisa Sack spread layer after layer of paint on the newest UTA spirit horse, named Brilliance.
UTA students were welcomed back to campus Aug. 20 during the MavsMeet Convocation and AfterParty, which took place in Texas Hall and the Central Library mall. Convocation featured several different speakers along with the UTA Marching Band. The MavsMeet AfterParty saw students enjoy a variet…
The Dallas Wings battled back from a ten-point deficit in the third quarter to defeat the Los Angeles Sparks on Aug. 14 at College Park Center. The Wings were led by rookie guard Arike Ogunbowale, who scored a career-high 35 points to help lead the Wings to victory. Ogunbowale scored over 20…
The Dallas Wings took on the Chicago Sky July 14 at College Park Center and lost for their second straight game 79-89. The Wings were led by guard Arike Ogunbowale with 20 points.
Musicians played on various stages, people wandered among vendors and children danced with bubbles swirling around them during the Light Up Arlington event July 3 in downtown Arlington. Fireworks concluded the Independence Day event's festivities.
The Dallas Wings defeated the Connecticut Sun 74-73 on June 26 at College Park Center to grab their third consecutive home win. The Sun took the lead during the fourth quarter, but the Wings were able to regain it with 1:23 left on the clock.
The United States Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation - Southwest Region presents the first Dragon Boat Festival: Race For Education on June 15 in Viridian Lake Club. The event was open to the public and featured cultural activities such as an Erhu solo, Asian folk da…
The Dallas Wings trailed for much of the game and made a run in the fourth quarter, but fell short 72-76 to the Indiana Fever. It was their fifth straight loss to start the season as the team sits last in the Western Conference.
Dallas Pride continues as the 2019 Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade paved the way June 2 to Fair Park after being held at Oak Lawn for over 30 years.
Friends and family gathered to honor the legacy and impact of former UTA President Wendell Nedderman on Saturday at his funeral service at First Christian Church of Arlington.
JMBLYA is a reoccurring music festival in Texas that hosted events in Dallas and Austin this year. JMBLYA's Dallas festival showcased famous rappers with headliners like Kevin Gates and Lil Wayne.
Goats took over the Central Library mall during the Goat Yoga event on April 29. Students did yoga enclosed in a gate while goats walked around. The event was held for students to reduce stress and prepare for finals week.
The Continuum is an exhibition celebrating UTA's LGBTQIA+ artists and community, featuring the art and photography of six students.
In one of UTA's oldest traditions, students, faculty and staff race down the field with beds on wheels at the 39th annual Bed Races hosted by EXCEL on March 27 at Maverick Stadium. Participants danced, raced and competed in contests and games.
Colorful powder decorated the ground and students during Holi 2019 hosted by Apartment and Residence Life on March 22 on the back lawn of the Maverick Activities Center.
NEW ORLEANS — The second-seeded men's basketball team fell in the 2019 Sun Belt Conference Men's Basketball Championship final against Georgia State University. The Panthers won 73-64.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The Movin' Mavs lost to the University of Alabama in the semifinal round of the 2019 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament on March 15 at the State Farm Center.
NEW ORLEANS — The Lady Mavericks faced off against the University of South Alabama during the Sun Belt Conference Women's Basketball Championship semifinals. After trailing for most of the game, the team lost 57-50.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The Movin' Mavs tipped off against the University of Illinois on March 14 for their first matchup of the 2019 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The Lady Movin' Mavs faced off against the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater to kick off the 2019 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament on March 14 at State Farm Center.
The Movin' Mavs and the Lady Movin' Mavs are traveling about 850 miles to Champaign, Illinois, to compete in the 2019 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament.
With over 6,000 seats full, schools from across Texas and Oklahoma came together for the first day of the 29th annual GoodPhil Games on March 8 at Verizon Theatre.
The Lady Mavericks clinched a spot in the 2019 Sun Belt Conference Women's Basketball Championship semifinals with their win against Troy University on March 2 at College Park Center.
Monster Jam took stage in Arlington on Feb. 23 at AT&T Stadium. The event hosted a pit party before the show so fans could see the Monster Jam trucks in person and engage in activities. The winner of the competition will earn an automatic bid to the Monster Jam World Finals in Orlando, F…
The men's basketball team took on the University of Louisiana at Lafayette on Feb. 21 at College Park Center. After a competitive match, the Mavericks lost to the Ragin' Cajuns 76-64.
Facing chilly weather, the the UTA baseball team has its home opener against the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff on Feb. 20 in Clay Gould Ballpark. The Mavericks closed their home opener with a 10-2 victory.
Tucked away on the far west side of campus, the Studio Arts Center houses the tools that make creative ideas a reality. One of these facilities is for clay. Giant kilns that reach thousands of degrees, glazes and colorful test tiles, long rows of benches and workstations where students turn …
Performers warm up and practice while the wardrobe team finalize costumes and crew members set the stage hours before their performances Feb. 13 at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie.
Six bands from the Metroplex competed head-to-head during the annual Battle of the Bands Feb. 9 in the University Center Palo Duro Lounge.
Animals such as penguins, porcupines, owls, flamingos and a cheetah graced the stage during the Maverick Speakers Series lecture with animal specialist Jack Hanna on Feb. 5 at College Park Center.
Grand Prairie, Texas — Asia Times Square ushered in the year of the pig during its 12th Annual Lunar New Year Festival. Dozens of dancers, singers and vendors participated in the event Feb. 2.
FORT WORTH, Texas — UTA alumni and students got together for UTA Day at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo on Jan 27. The 123rd Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo was host to competitions involving young people competing with show animals, seasoned cowboys who wrangle steers for a living and e…
The Lady Mavericks defeated Georgia Southern University by a score of 81-48 on Jan. 24 at College Park Center. The annual Maverick Spirit Kids Day game saw 6,186 fans, including thousands of elementary and middle school kids from the Metroplex.
Hundreds of people gathered early Monday morning to honor the memory of both Martin Luther King Jr. and Zeb Strong Jr. by volunteering their time to serve their community. The Zeb Strong Jr. MLK Day of Service brought people from all walks of life together in a combined effort to improve the…
Protesters took to the streets for the third annual Dallas Women's March on Jan. 20. The march "stands for fairness, gender and racial equality, women’s rights, and inclusion for all," according to its Facebook event page.
The Lady Mavericks faced off against Coastal Carolina University and emerged triumphant with a 79-53 win Jan. 12 at College Park Center. Senior guard Cierra Johnson became the UTA record holder for most career steals, picking up her 286th career steal in the third quarter.
The Mavericks faced UT-Austin on Dec. 28 at the Frank Erwin Center. Two years ago UTA recorded a historic win against the Longhorns but fell short this time with a final score of 76-56. The Mavericks will host Georgia State University on Jan. 3. in their Sun Belt Conference opener.
The Lady Mavericks took on the University of Southern California on Dec. 22 at College Park Center. USC defeated UTA with a final score of 73-61. UTA played a close game against the Trojans, but the visiting team was able to pull away late. The Lady Mavericks will take on Southern Methodist …
The Lady Mavericks defeated UT-San Antonio on Dec. 20 at College Park Center 53-48. UTA was led by senior guard Laurynn McGowen and freshman guard Terryn Milton who both scored 11 points. UTA will play their next game against the University of Southern California on Dec. 22.
Professional wrestling returned to Arlington on Dec. 2 at College Park Center with the WWE Live Holiday Tour. Wrestling fans were treated to several matches including tag team and single fights. The night was capped off with a main event fight between AJ Styles and Samoa Joe.
The Mavericks lost against UT-Rio Grande Valley on Dec. 1 at College Park Center. UTA could not maintain a lead and fell to the Vaqueros 76-65. Junior forward Andres Ibarguen led the team with 23 points in his home-court debut.
Visual communication freshman Jadden Banaag and nursing freshman Joan Sia hold hands and walk to class together every day. The two met in middle school and started dating in high school. "Having her and seeing her all the time gives me a reason to be happy. She's my rock," Banaag said.
Students competed in the Intramural Table Tennis Tournament on Nov. 13 at the Maverick Activities Center. Two tables were set up and students competed one on one, tournament style, to determine the winner.