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New ‘Furious’ film proves to be worthy sequel
1 month ago

New ‘Furious’ film proves to be worthy sequel

In “The Fate of the Furious,” the eighth installment of “The Fast and the Furious” franchise, director F. Gary Gray and writer Chris Morgan rehash themes that made previous …
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Review: Mystery thriller
1 month ago

Review: Mystery thriller

James Patterson, author of the Alex Cross and Maximum Ride series, told the Washington Post that his latest novel, The Black Book, was his best in 20 years. If …
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Keepers of the Earth
1 month 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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Mansionz disappoints with debut
2 months ago

Mansionz disappoints with debut

Mansionz is a collaborative duo composed of Mike Posner and Blackbear. Their debut album, also titled “mansionz,” explores themes of love, non-conformity and depression. They have worked together twice …
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Lost in translation
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2 months ago

Lost in translation

“Ghost in the Shell,” directed by Rupert Sanders and written by Jamie Moss, William Wheeler and Ehren Kruger, turns a successful manga and film series into a somewhat bland …
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Boba house opens at Northside
2 months ago

Boba house opens at Northside

Delish Bubble Tea had its long-awaited grand opening at the Northside location. Overall, I thought the store itself was quite satisfactory in terms of service and ambience, but the …
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Campus architect wins award
2 months ago

Campus architect wins award

For the past ten years, Peter Walker has devoted his time and energy into expanding and beautifying the UTD campus, winning multiple awards for his work.

Landscape architect …
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Professor writes original play
2 months ago

Professor writes original play

The UTD Theatre premiered a play on April 6 written and produced by a professor in the Arts and Humanities department.

“Alhambra,” written by Fred Curchack, follows …
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One wheel wonder
2 months ago

One wheel wonder

When Lee Price was in middle school, his uncle gave him and his brother an old unicycle.

He didn’t immediately pick up unicycling after that, but today, …
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Q&A: Comedian Rory Scovel
2 months ago

Q&A: Comedian Rory Scovel

On March 21, comedian Rory Scovel performed as part of  SUAAB’S Springapalooza’s festival. The Mercury sat down with him to talk about his work so far.

What …
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