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Challenges can often slow us down, but meet one women who’ s not letting a rare syndrome get in the way of helping her child. When Onesima Gutierrez found out that her son had MELAS syndrome she didn’t know what to expect. Even though the their is no cure for the illness, she is still not ready to give up fighting for her loved one.

By Juan Correa

No Time for Rest: The Fritz New Story

Age should never get in the way of doing what we love. Meet Fritz New, an 82 year-old man who continues to play competitive basketball. Even though he may not move like he used to, the spirit of a young man is still there. He’s not looking to stop anytime soon, as the love for competition will always be with him.

By Juan Correa

UTA Softball Walks it Off

Busy weekend for the Lady Mavs as Laura Curry got the hit to set up the game winning run against App. State.

No time for resting for the Lady Mavs in Game 2 or 3. The team came up with big bats and steam rolled over App State to get the 7-3 win.

By Juan Correa

Safety First!

Safety is everything, especially when it comes to protecting our loved ones. Meet Felipe Hernandez, a concerned UTA parent who expresses his concern over campus safety.

With UTA being ranked one of the safest schools in the United States, see what makes UTA the place to be.

By Juan Correa


Walk in the Park for UTA softball

Bark in the park weekend was full of excitement for UTA softball. Clouds covered Allen Saxe Field and so did Georgia State as they were able to get the victory over the lady Mavs in the first game of the series. The second game of the double header was delayed due to rain and it seemed to help the Mavs as they were able to come up with a big win. Game 3 was Randi time as she was able to come up big and deliver a no hitter, 6th in UTA history.

By Juan Correa

The Future of UTA is Here!

Coming to a new place can be hard, but leaving everything you’ve known and loved behind just to pursue your dreams can be challenging. Meet one of many UTA students who did just that. Isaac Torres left everything behind in Mexico to come to UTA and fulfill his dream of becoming an engineer. He one day hopes to give back to the Maverick community and help other students reach their potential.

By Juan Correa

One Stop Scholarshop

With so many things going on in our lives, it can be difficult to add more things to our plate. For many students, it can hard to keep up and apply for scholarships because of the amount of time it takes just to fill out an application. In recent years, UTA has seen a decline in applicants, but no the school believes they have a solution. UTA has came up with Mavs Scholarshop, a one stop shop that allows students to apply for multiple scholarships at a time. This online feature will help save students time and money, and the university hopes it can have more applicants for available scholarships.

By Juan Correa

Lady Mavs come up in OT

Nail bitter in Arlington as the Lady Mavs faced in state rival, Texas State.
After allowing 18 points in the 3rd quarter, the team was able to come up clutch in the 4th for the comeback and get the Dub in overtime with a score of 61 to 59.

Rebekah VanDijk led all scorers with 20 points, 9 rebounds

Shelby Richards finished with 14 points while being perfect from the line (8-of-8 free throws)

By Juan Correa

Student Government Promotes Participation

With the recent government shutdown, many students where left confused to what was really going on. Luckily for students, UTA Student Government is ready and available to help answer questions they may have. Student Body President, Katie Gosa talks about the importance of getting politically involved and how students can become more informed about the politics around us.