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Soccer teams reach season midpoint

Coaches point out highlights, areas for improvement as postseason approaches, playoff race starts to heat up

With the midway point for conference play drawing near, the men’s and women’s soccer …
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Familiar Faces
3 years ago

Familiar Faces

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Research prof explores facial recognition, what makes faces memorable

Every time someone looks at a face, neurons are at work. They are storing the faces of the friend made at …
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Very Superstitious
3 years ago

Very Superstitious

Baseball players take part in game day rituals for good luck

As he walked to the mound, a phrase was shouted out by his high-school teammate. It was one he …
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Game Time
3 years ago

Game Time

Correction: The name of the exhibit that features video games by UTD students is called 2theExtreme: MathAlive!, and it will be featured at the Perot Museum through January 4. The Mercury …
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Dallas-born dancer, New York performer brings versatility, teaches tap, modern, jazz
3 years ago

Dallas-born dancer, New York performer brings versatility, teaches tap, modern, jazz

The day she was born, her mother taught a tap-dancing class.

Just like that, Misty Owens was tied to the art forever. At least, that’s how she feels.

However, she …
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Color, intricate details paint the scenes of holiday film
3 years ago

Color, intricate details paint the scenes of holiday film

“The Book of Life” takes viewers on a spiritual journey through three visually astounding worlds to spread a message of self-determination for young viewers.

The new animated film, written and …
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Modern form, fluid movements, strong storylines Saba’s signature
3 years ago

Modern form, fluid movements, strong storylines Saba’s signature

Michele Hanlon and Monica Saba had worked together in the Dancers Unlimited Repertoire, a dance company in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, for a couple of years.

When a position to …
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