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Keepers of the Earth
1 day ago

Keepers of the Earth

UTD’s sustainability efforts have grown to incorporate a student educator component with the creation of EcoReps this semester.

In 2016, Thea Junt, the associate director of facilities …
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SG Report: April 24th
2 days ago

SG Report: April 24th

Foreign Affairs

Leader of the Academic Affairs Committee Jonathan Schueler is continuing to work with his committee on evaluating the need for more foreign language courses.

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Entrepreneurial lab opens for student use
2 days ago

Entrepreneurial lab opens for student use

Any UTD student with entrepreneurial ideas will have the opportunity to turn them into companies using the free resources of the Blackstone LaunchPad, which is scheduled to open at …
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Res Hall North closed to all upperclassmen
2 days ago

Res Hall North closed to all upperclassmen

Starting next semester, Residence Hall North will be open exclusively to freshmen.

As one of five residence halls on campus, North was the only one to offer beds …
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Counseling Center waitlist reflects increasing student demand for help

By  • Opinion

The current waitlist for the UTD Student Counseling Center has 127 people. A month and a half ago, there were 108 people on the list. The wait is only …
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Democracy threatened by authoritarian ideas
2 days ago

Democracy threatened by authoritarian ideas

By  • Opinion

In a previous version of this article the name of Lawrence Lessig’s book was incorrect, The Mercury regrets this error.

America’s imperialist ambitions are known to be heading …
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Ethical Hackers raise money to help repeal bill reducing internet privacy
2 days ago

Ethical Hackers raise money to help repeal bill reducing internet privacy

A UTD group called Ethical Hackers is donating the profits from its first annual fundraiser to protest a federal bill overturning previous Federal Communications Commission regulations protecting consumer privacy.


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Students involved in local elections
2 days ago

Students involved in local elections

Alumnus Nicholas St. John said he always felt it was his duty and calling to bridge the gap between the local government and general public. In his quest to …
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