Jonathan Schueler, leader of the academic affairs committee, informed the senate that the UTD Core Curriculum Committee approved 14 new classes for the School of Arts … Read More
Interested tutors can now find opportunities at an education company which is working with the Venture Development Center at UTD to connect peer tutors at low cost.
ATEC’s Games and Media Library, which closed for renovation last semester, reopened in February.
The library has moved to a bigger room with new inventory and a redesigned … Read More
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids that began in early February in Dallas, as well as other major cities in Texas, have raised concern among DACA students on campus.
The Information Security Office and the UTD police department are aiding students and alumni targeted by recent email and phone scams.
In the last year, 26 students reported … Read More
UTD students can expect more housing options in 2018 as construction begins on the second phase of Northside.
Northside is the luxury apartment complex located adjacent to UTD … Read More
As her dream of becoming a Dallas Stars dancer drew closer, Hayley Briscoe found herself spending more time in a studio surrounded by mirrors. Her reflection seemed to mock … 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
Northside’s Phase 2 under construction
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