Held in the Central Library basement for the first time, students and alumni competed for prizes such as passes to the Esports Awards or a trip to Pax South in January 2020.
Even though UTA doesn’t offer its fiber arts program anymore, that isn’t stopping some students from picking up the age-old crafty hobby.
This year's showcase was based around the theme of the African woman, featuring a play with a female lead character diagnosed with schizophrenia and how her family reacts to her mental illness.
The monthlong challenge allows artists the opportunity to hone their craft, and this year marks its 10th anniversary.
The program has thus far covered nutrition, concentration, sleep and mental health and intends to also address healthy relationships and the benefits of exercise
The club’s meetings discuss multiple facets of the anthropology major, including archaeology and paleontology.
UTA alumnus J.C. Stoner said there’s an appeal in finding little secrets here and there.
The Center for Mexican American Studies arranged the performance on campus, which highlights the role of women in the Mexican Revolution.