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 … Read More
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 … Read More
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, … Read More
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 … Read More
“Beauty and the Beast,” Disney’s latest in a line of live-action reboots, broke box office records in its opening weekend with a combination of beautiful cinematography and a healthy … Read More
“The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” is a different take on the traditional LOZ franchise because of additions like voice acting and genre, but that might not … Read More
A space research scientist and an Arts and Humanities professor have teamed up for almost a decade to co-teach a literature course that focuses on anime, manga and Japanese … Read More
Every Friday, a group of Pokemon fans gather in ATEC to play games, discuss strategy and meet new people. About once a month, a tournament is held, attracting even … Read More
On March 2, director Tom McGrath and producer Ramsey Ann Naito came to UTD for a presentation about the creation of the movie “The Boss Baby,” coming to theaters … Read More
Charges added for Waterview assailant
Perceptions about Muslim-Americans
Ex-husband arrested, charged with murder in Anna Moses case
SB4 attempts to fix nonexistent problem
Team creates medical app
Game Corner: Cash and Consoles
‘Wonder Woman’ first glimpse into possible greatness of the DCEU
June 7, 2017
June 5, 2017
Caught in dreamSpace
‘Dead Men’ tie up loose ends
Professors run nonprofit program