In junior high, Enric Madriguera travelled with his father from Connecticut to New York to attend a guitar concert by the famous Andre Segovia. That experience convinced Madriguera to … Read More
What began as a hobby turned into a competitive opportunity to earn rewards and recognition for members of the “Super Smash Brothers” community at UTD.
A group … Read More
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
Qurans found in SU bathroom
Ethical Hackers raise money to help repeal bill reducing internet privacy
ATEC awaits degree reorganization
‘White nationalist’ fliers on campus prompt response from students, administration
Neuroscience senior earns perfect score on MCAT exam
Boba house opens at Northside
Keepers of the Earth
April 24, 2017
SG Report: April 24th
Entrepreneurial lab opens for student use
Res Hall North closed to all upperclassmen
Counseling Center waitlist reflects increasing student demand for help
Democracy threatened by authoritarian ideas