The Dallas Wings captured their first victory of the season June 15 against the Atlanta Dream at College Park Center. The Wings were led by guard Arike Ogunbowale who scored 17 points. The Wings now have a 1-5 record on the season.
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…
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.
Participants played wheelchair basketball, wheelchair tennis and boccia April 20 during the Adapted Sport Clinic in the Physical Education Building. The Adapted Athletics Sport Club and the disability studies minor program hosted the clinic along with Abby Dunkin, longtime Lady Movin’ Mavs player.
The Continuum is an exhibition celebrating UTA's LGBTQIA+ artists and community, featuring the art and photography of six students.
Students showcased the cultures and traditions represented at UTA at the International Week: Global Extravaganza on April 5 in the Bluebonnet Ballroom. The students and organizations danced and sang songs in different languages from different countries.
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.
In one of the oldest UTA traditions, students, faculty and staff raced down the field with beds on wheels at the 39th annual Bed Races hosted by EXCEL Campus Activities and Campus Recreation 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.
For their first game in the Women's National Invitation Tournament, the Lady Mavericks battled Stephen F. Austin State University on March 21 at College Park Center.
EXCEL Campus Activities hosted its second Spotlight Series Open Mic Night event March 20 in the University Center Palo Duro Lounge. The event presented an outlet for artists on campus. Students performed spoken word, poetry and acoustic music, as well as sang and rapped.
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.
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.
The men's basketball team defeated Georgia Southern University 67-58 on Saturday to secure its spot in the 2019 Sun Belt Conference Men’s Basketball Championship finals.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The Movin' Mavs finished their season, defeating the University of Missouri and placing third in the 2019 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament on March 16 at the State Farm Center.