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About the news, just not in it

“Excuse me, sir, but may we have your autograph? It’s not for us, but for our high school teacher. She was too embarrassed to ask you herself,” said the high …
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Livening up campus

The School of Arts & Humanities is out to liven the campus up with its fall schedule of events.

Art exhibitions from “Gaza Zoo” to “X-cessive” promise to visually …
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New email policy to be enforced

It might finally be time to ditch the old account from your high school days.

In an effort to more easily maintain communication lines between the university and …
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Theater program evolves

While some students might say theater is dead, professor of performance studies and artistic director for Theater & Performance Thomas Riccio says theater at UTD has evolved.

New to …
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Roller hockey team skates into Nationals

They are ranked No. 1 in the nation. They have as many losses this year as UTD’s non-existent football team. They are the most successful team in the history of …
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My two cents

Thanks for tuning in. I want to thank everyone who read my column last issue – here’s a shout out to Mom and both of my friends.

Did you …
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Postcard from Spain

Editor’s Note: In conjunction with the Office of International Education, The UTD Mercury is highlighting the adventures of UTD students who study abroad. In this installment, Daniel Erwin, a senior …
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UTD unveils new web presence

UTD unveiled a new look on May 4 after receiving an “extreme makeover,” but it wasn’t the result of extensive nip-and-tuck plastic surgeries that are dominating reality-based transformation TV these …
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Gauguin’s ‘Paradise’ spotlights artist’s scandals

“Gauguin’s Paradise,” directed by Fred Curchack, dramatizes the life of controversial post-impressionist painter Paul Gauguin and premiers at 8 p.m. March 26 in the University Theater

Using both theatrical …
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Madrid bombs affected voters & their conscience

SALAMANCA, Spain – There is no doubt that the terror attack week and a half ago affected the election here in Spain.

Almost everyone predicted that the Partido Popular, …
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