I know I say it every week, but it always seems to be a random week. A little bit of everything from The Shorthorn and even had time to do a little personal project on the side. In my Printmaking class, we have been making hand-made paper. My personal opinion is that it is numbingly boring so I decided to make a short video of the experience that is hopefully a bit more exciting. The whole video is made with my GoPro HD camera and allowed for some very unique angles. I'm looking to incorporate it in an upcoming video about LARPing for a Shorthorn feature. If you don't know what that is google it. More to come.
Comedian Jarrod Harris performs for the crowd in the Rosebud Theater.
Comedian Jarrod Harris performs a joke about his redneck family during One Mic Stand on Tuesday in the University Center Rosebud Theater. Harris joked about everything from his first experience at a black comedy club to Skip, his mom’s unemployed, one-legged, snowboarder husband. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Computer science freshman Mas Umar drives a remote controlled car around a glass of "wine" during one of the activities involved with the alcohol awareness exhibit in Nedderman Hall.
Biology senior Tabi Chu attempts to dress a Barbie doll while wearing “beer goggles” Wednesday in the Nedderman Hall atrium. Chu and many other student participated in a variety of activities including beer goggle bowling and driving as part of an alcohol awareness display put on by UTA Health Services. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
It took Chu five minutes and six seconds just to put a dress on the doll.
Arlington’s revenue from Super Bowl XLV at Cowboy’s Stadium is estimated to be about $135,024,983 with most of the total coming from restaurants, alcohol, entertainment and retail. With the stadium only a few minutes away, UTA’s role in the event is still under consideration. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Business junior Jerry Inthavongsa pulls a windmill move Monday night during a breakdancing session in the University Center Palo Duro Lounge. Inthavongsa and his friend try to dance at least twice a week. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Graphic design sophomore Richard Garcia spins on his head Monday night during a breakdancing session in the University Center Palo Duro Lounge. Garcia said that he tries to dance at least twice a week with his friends. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)