During its three-day run, the festival hosted musical performances from a multitude of genres at over 18 venues across the city.
Hosted in the Central Library, the Virginia Garrett Lectures on the History of Cartography were attended both virtually and in person alongside a map collection.
After going on hiatus due to COVID-19, the mud volleyball tournament returned with 56 registered teams going head to head on 10 volleyball courts.
After a loss to Tennessee State University, the Mavericks found success on the court against Prairie View A&M University and Northwestern State University.
The Mavericks will stay home to face McNeese State University in a doubleheader starting at 10:30 a.m. Friday at College Park Center.
The event was hosted at Brazos Park and featured various organizations' booths, food and music, as well as the unveiling of a new Spirit Horse.
The event welcomed hundreds of students and included performances from RISE A Cappella and the UTA Dance Team.
Over 200 people attended the event, which provided information about the university's campus, student success resources and family-focused sessions.
Students could check in between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m., and volunteers would help them transport their luggage into their new homes.
Spectators were able to tailgate and watch the display from outside their vehicles, and the event is expected to return to Downtown Arlington next year.
Here's a map on how to find public restrooms, free parking and the participant drop off during the Independence Day Parade on Monday.
The comic will rotate biweekly to each illustrator and tell a story through their designs. Each new comic will be added to this page biweekly.
Lee never sat down throughout the 2 1/2-mile march to raise the Juneteenth flag at the Tarrant County Courthouse for the first time since 1976.
Originating in Galveston, Texas, the holiday celebrates African American heritage and signifies the fulfillment of the Emancipation Proclamation.
Despite suffering significant losses during February’s winter storm, Terry Leggett does everything he can to save as many bees as possible.