That time of the semester has made its way here. Students talk about what it takes to make it through finals and also give some study techniques that may help you in the future. So don’t sweat it mavericks, if you need help getting you studies in for finals, you can visit Ransom Hall room 205 to receive information for tutoring.
En esta edición le contaremos sobre protestas que llegan a la cuidad de dallas sobre el ambiente. Tambien una entrevista exclusiva con ricardo lucien el capitan de los movin’ mavs, y les darmenos los resultados en la vótacion que tomaron estudiantes para convertir a U-T-A en una universidad santuario.
The UTA Softball team played a three game series against South Alabama Jaguars over the weekend. The Mavericks started of the series with a double header on Friday. In game one, the game wasted 4-4 until freshman Reagan Wright hit a walk-off homerun defeat the Jags 5-4. In game two, senior Shelbi Sikes was the hero as her solo home run defeated South Alabama 8-7 in extra innings. In the series finale on Saturday saw the Jaguars defeat the Mavs 5-0. South Alabama pitcher Destin Vicknair had a complete game shut out and only allowed one hit. UTA returns to allan Saxe Fied to play Coastal Carolina for a three game series beginning on Saturday April 22.
The Dallas Wings held their WNBA draft party Thusday night at the College Park Center. Wings guards Skylar Diggins-Smith and Tiffany bias were in attendance for the event. The Wings had three first round selections in the draft. They chose Kentucky forward Evelyn Akhator with the third overall pick. The following selection they chose South carolina guard Allisha Gray with the fourth overall pick. Their final selection was Gray’s South Carolina teammate Kaela Davis. Gray and Davis were apart of the South Carolina Gamecocks team that recently won a national championship at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
The Mens Basketball team had an amazing season making it all the way to the Quarterfinals of the N-I-T tournament. I was the furthest UTA had ever gone in the post-season. After getting eliminated in the Elite 8 of the N-I-T, Senior Center/Captain Jorge Bilbao played in his last game at the College Park Center. Here is an exclusive interview reflecting on his 4 years as a Maverick.
Are you ever on campus late at night? Do you feel safe? If not the Mav’s Courtesy Escort offers a way to make you feel not only safe but also secure. The service will take you anywhere on campus, as well as surrounding living areas.
This service is open to all, from faculty and staff to student and campus visitors. The hours of service is from 7 p.m.to 3 a.m. The hours may change each semester so make sure you also call or check out their website.
-Felix Diaz and Katie Valdes
With Easter right around the corner, Parent Mavericks, which is apart of the Off-Campus Mavericks, held the first ever “Family Easter Egg Hunt”.
The event took place April 15 on the Architecture Court Yard, which is located in between both the Fine Arts building and Architecture buildings.
The event was free as well as both fun and entertaining. From kids to adults, activities included outdoor favorites from food and games to the BIG egg hunt.
On Tuesday, April 4th, the Mavericks (14-15) hosted the third ranked team in the nation, TCU Horned Frogs for their second matchup of the year. Things got off to a rocky start for UTA. Starting pitcher, Jordan West, walked the first three TCU batters. He was quickly pulled from the game. The Horned Frogs took advantage of the situation and took an early lead. UTA managed to get hits, but only scored one run. The Mavericks managed to start a late game rally and posted three more runs. Their ninth inning surge fell short. TCU gets the win. Final score, 5-4.
En esta edición le traemos una historia de la mega marcha que se llevo acabo en dallas. Tambien tuivimos la oportunidad de hablar con el capitan del equipo de baloncesto de UTA. Ademas les traemos como puede mantenerse en forma y ayudar a una buena causa a la misma vez.