A student called UTDPD on Oct. 16 to report a caller claiming to be an agent of the Internal Revenue Service to coax money from the student.
The scammer asked … Read More
When alumnus Nicholas Rotundo’s friends heard he had been charged for cyber-stalking and intrusion, they were shocked and couldn’t believe the news.
During his time at UTD, Rotundo was involved … Read More
Senior forward leads Comets in goals and points, uses relationship with military brother to inspire play on field
Despite having a career-defining season on the women’s soccer team, Carli Beckett … Read More
Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, fell on Oct. 23 this year.
The Student Union Activity and Advisory Board (SUAAB), the Indian Student Association (ISA), and the Hindu Student Association … Read More
Radio UTD wins Best Use of Limited Resources award
Radio UTD won Best Use of Limited Resources at the annual College Music Journal conference in New York on Oct. 23.
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Dallas Arboretum, Texas Tree Foundation and Goodwill among partners
More than 450 students volunteered for agencies, including the Dallas Arboretum, Goodwill and the Texas Tree Foundation as part of Viva … Read More
Oct. 25 marked the beginning of Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar. The 10th day of this month, known as Ashura, has a holy significance for all Muslims, … Read More
Conservative comedian asked to leave campus by UTD Officials
Campus mourns loss of DZ, golf team member
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Comets lose in second round of NCAA tournament
Tennis teams picked to win