Participants from The Big Event, UTA Volunteers and Alternative Breaks pitched in with Mission Arlington, The Salvation Army and Sarah's Bag Ladies.
The semiannual event helps welcome international students to the campus community.
The event took place Friday afternoon and presented free food to students across campus with the hope of fostering engagement.
The event gave students a chance to cool off and socialize, featuring ice cream, tie-dye shirt-making, and a pool.
The new addition to the Entertainment District is a collaborative effort between the city, Loews Hotels, the Texas Rangers and HKS Architects.
Fraternities and sororities must now comply with new regulations set by a task force composed of greek life leaders, alumni, staff and national organization representatives.
Students will be able to eat popsicles, enjoy the obstacle course and make connections that will help them through their first year.
“UTA is my home.” — Michael Magnus completed both his undergraduate and graduate degrees at UTA, then began teaching in 2016
Students and professors navigated the language barrier to understand and address the needs of the local community.
As improvements to the city’s entertainment district and downtown draw in people and businesses from other parts of the Metroplex, population density is expected to increase.
Texas Live and Live by Loews project thousands of jobs and a $100 million local economic output per year, said economic development specialist Matthew Harp.
Standing 21 feet high and 10 feet wide on the west side of the Business building, the sculpture features business-related icons such as a dollar sign, a percentage sign and a pencil.
Dallas Wings guard Allisha Gray sets a career high with 22 points during the game against New York Liberty on Aug. 16 at College Park Center. Gray led the Wings to victory 83-77. The Lady Mavericks also made an appearance.