A crowd of kids, chattering and giggling, hold on to white balloons with the words “Let Go” scrawled on them. They wait for the go-ahead and, then, release the fear … Read More
Moviegoers were treated to a display of mechanical savvy on June 27 as the premier of “Transformers: Age of Extincition” at Alamo Drafthouse doubled as an exhibition for UTD … Read More
After two months of conjecture and debating, UTD has decided to keep its Visual Arts Building open for now.
The decision was conveyed to Greg Metz, senior lecturer … Read More
Two professors in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences are delving into some of the most perplexing puzzles in the field of public medicine: chronic pain and migraines.
Associate … Read More
Fireworks on the Fourth of July are meant to bring joy to Americans every year, but for soldiers who have returned from active combat duty, the experience can trigger reminders … Read More
Following a record-breaking year and overall career, the American Southwest Conference named men’s basketball player Kyle Schleigh their male Athlete of the Year on June 11.
Schleigh becomes the first … Read More
World Cup Fever: Every four years it seems like the United States replaces football with fútbol, and UTD is no exception. It’s great to see the Student Union … Read More
It’s 2031 and Earth’s sole survivors are struggling to maintain a social balance aboard Snowpiercer, a self-sustaining bullet train that must keep its engine running to keep its … Read More
Relatives, friends remember victims of Plano shooting
New head athletic trainer takes over
Freshman cricketer gains int’l experience
Five UTD alumni killed in mass shooting at Plano home
What happens next?
New cricket field solves woes
Community holds vigil for Plano shooting victims
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