Belly dancing has become a way for members of the newest dance organization on campus to become comfortable with their bodies and abilities.
Yesenia Morales, a cognitive science … Read More
No Samurai ever met a knight on the field of battle, but at UTD’s Sword Arts club, katanas have met longswords. The student-run organization is a place for fans … Read More
Coach Rade Milovanovic started working with the UTD Chess team in 1999, when there were only two players on the team carrying the highest title competitive chess has to … Read More
Jacob Ashton entered into his three-year evaluation. While he worked as a Thinker making ends meet, his results came back askew, and he knew instantly that something was wrong.
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A 15-year-old boy roams the streets of a new country. His future looks hopeful, considering he just fled his home in Vietnam after witnessing the devastation of war. Little … Read More
Female engineering students will have an opportunity to gain valuable industry experience through a mentorship club founded by a UTD student.
Jeanie Aird, a mechanical engineering junior, … Read More
Fifty-five percent of college-aged Americans made a New Year’s resolution for 2017. Of those, 35 percent made a resolution related to their health, according to the Marist Poll. A new … Read More
UTD students — many of them Iranian — celebrated Yalda, or the winter solstice, over break. The event was organized by the Iranian Student Community with two main aims: to … Read More
Ed Board: Presidential, vice presidential candidates well-suited for uncontested positions
ATEC game library reopens
Student Government Forum
Student arrested on theft charges
Dining hall needs better food, sanitation
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