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…
Honeybees along with their hive were found in a tree outside of the University Center that was scheduled to be cut down. For the safety of the workers removing the tree and the bees, beekeeper Terry Leggett with Bee Country USA was contacted by the university to remove the bees.
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.
The Arlington Fourth of July Parade made its way around College Park Center and downtown Arlington on July 4. The parade was filled with high school marching bands, local organizations with floats, UTA students and Arlington city officials.
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 Dallas Wings defeated the Phoenix Mercury 69-54 to earn back-to-back wins for the first time this season June 20 at College Park Center.
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.