The service was held Friday in Veterans Park, which included a 45-minute prayer circle and a flower dropping to honor the families, victims and those recovering.
The victories mark the Mavericks’ first series win since early April. They will return to the field to play Texas A&M University at 6:35 p.m. Tuesday in College Station, Texas.
The protest, organized by the Progressive Student Union, called for the immediate resignation of Thomason Clayton following his impeachment hearing finding him not responsible for the alleged charges.
The show included performances from different student groups and showcased traditional wear from different cultures.
The event connected student volunteers with 44 projects across the Metroplex, including the community garden, Fielder Museum and Mission Arlington.
Senior multis Jade Bontke and Lucas Van Klaveren compete in the Mt. San Antonio College Relays while the rest of the team will compete at the Michael Johnson Invitational in Waco, Texas, on April 22 and 23.
This play is recommended for adult audiences only as it contains harsh scenes. General admission is $10, while students, faculty, staff and seniors can pay $8.
Chef Jet Tila held an interactive kitchen class at the University Center, where he gave away signed copies of his cookbook and taught participants how to make Thai spring rolls.
The tradition included teams of five pushing beds across the Maverick Stadium, a costume contest and inflatable obstacle course.
The Movin’ Mavs won their 10th national championship with a 67-56 victory against The University of Alabama on Saturday inside the College Park Center. This is head coach Doug Garner's second consecutive championship win as head coach.
The Movin' Mavs made a comeback after halftime during the 2022 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament semifinals against the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater on March 18 at the College Park Center.
The softball team will return to Allan Saxe Field on March 11 to play against University of South Alabama.
The Lady Mavericks will have a chance to avenge their loss against Troy University during the regular season in the championship game Monday at 1 p.m. an the Pensacola Bay Center.
The team will return to the court at 2 p.m. Sunday in the semifinals against the No. 3 seed University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
UTA's Theatre Arts Department premiered 9 to 5 The Musical, adapted from the 1980 hit movie starring Dolly Parton. The play will run at the Mainstage Theatre through March 6.
The men's basketball finishes their last season in the Sun Belt Conference with a 67-64 loss against The University of Louisiana at Lafayette on March 3. UTA will join the Western Athletic Conference this summer.
The Mavericks will travel to Nacogdoches, Texas, on Sunday to play against Stephen F. Austin University.
The 10-year anniversary of College Park Center was heralded with loud performances from UTA's marching band, halftime shows and fans during a Saturday game at the venue.
Since 1896, many women have come to the stock show to model their authentic and often vintage Western wear to pay homage to their Western roots.
People from all over gather to watch live performances, listen to music, shop and celebrate the holiday for the 15th Annual Lunar New Year Celebration on Jan. 22 at Asia Times Square in Grand Prairie
Classes are set to begin Jan. 18 for online instruction through Feb. 4 at UTA. However, students have filled up various spots on campus despite COVID-19 and its closure for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
UTA's Homecoming events, including the Homecoming 5K, Street Festival, Parade and men's and women's basketball games, were held on-campus for the first time since 2019.
Attendees gathered outside of the University Center at Maverick Circle and participated in activities and listened to spooky music.
UTA students and their families were able to enjoy a tailgate with live music, pumpkin painting, awards and exclusive downtown deals during the event.
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 a loss to Tennessee State University, the Mavericks found success on the court against Prairie View A&M University and Northwestern State University.
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.
The baseball team jumped out to a 4-0 lead after five innings, but then the Aggies scored eight unanswered runs to close out the game.
Tuesday night's protest comes nearly a year after the highly publicized death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Winning the final two games of their series against the Blue Jays and improved the Texas Rangers' record to 3-3 this season.
The men's and women's outdoor track and field teams earned a number of wins during the UTA Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
U.S. Marines and sailors with the 1st Marine Logistics group from Camp Pendleton, Calif., administered the vaccines at Arlington Esports Stadium and Expo Center, the new community vaccine site location.
The Mavericks run-ruled the Texans in their season opener. Next the team will take on the University of Oklahoma at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Students built snowmen and sledded after 139 hours of freezing temperatures from the winter storm left the campus covered in snow.
Koinonia Christian Church in Arlington and eight other churches distributed bottled water to residents on Friday following the Arlington boil water notice issued Wednesday.