Saturday, November 20, 2010

Shorthorn Shots of the Week 11/20

This week I finally published my profile on UTA student Ivan Romero that I have been working on for a few weeks. It feels good to get it out and see people's reactions to the video. It was also challenging to put together a more emotional piece compared to the event coverage that I normally do. Basketball season is also upon us and it will be interesting to see how new players will perform this season. I am also including some shots from One Night in Asia that didn't make it into my crowded post last week. Right now I am at the Southland Conference volleyball tournament and am working on stills and video recaps much like my coverage of the basketball tournament last year. More on that next week so until then, enjoy.
Spotlight : Ivan Romero
Civil engineering junior Ivan Romero jumps his bike off of a concrete drain at one of his favorite spots to do tricks near campus. Romero says that riding allows him to escape his daily pressures and is one of the only times when nothing is on his mind. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Romero is constantly on the move as he takes on many responsibilities at Whole Foods Market including keeping the front of the store clean and bagging groceries. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Sophomore guard Armani Williams leaps towards the basket during the Mavericks’ 98-54 win over UT Tyler on Tuesday at Texas Hall. The Mavericks’ have a 2-1 record going into their next game against Houston Baptist on Saturday in Houston. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Sophomore guard Cameron Catlett leaps towards the basket during the Mavericks victory over UT Tyler at Texas Hall.
Sean Ibanez, left, performs with the Japanese Daiko Group of Dallas on Wednesday at Multicultural Affairs’ One Night in Asia celebration in the University Center Rosebud Theater. The event featured a variety of talents including martial arts and dancing from many student organizations commemorating Asian Heritage Month. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)
Nursing freshman Resley Araze of the Filipino Student Association performs a traditional Filipino water dance on Wednesday. (The Shorthorn: Andrew Buckley)

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