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Diversity through liberal arts
2 weeks ago

Diversity through liberal arts

A new honors cohort launched this semester for students majoring in the liberal arts.

Edward Harpham, dean of the Hobson Wildenthal Honors College, led the project to form …
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Conservative comedian asked to leave campus by UTD Officials
2 weeks ago

Conservative comedian asked to leave campus by UTD Officials

Steven Crowder, a conservative political commentator, was asked to leave campus after he conducted a series of interviews with UTD students without permission from the university. The YouTube video …
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Comets win homecoming game 56 – 32 against Rams
2 weeks ago

Comets win homecoming game 56 – 32 against Rams

The women’s basketball team entered the season strong with their first win, 56 – 32 over the Huston–Tillotson Rams in the homecoming game.

Afternoon festivities attracted a crowd …
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Clogged toilet disrupts classes
2 weeks ago

Clogged toilet disrupts classes

A sewage overflow in a Hoblitzelle Hall bathroom disrupted classes and forced several faculty and staff to temporarily relocate offices.

On Oct. 28, the Facilities Management office received …
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Starbucks coming to campus
2 weeks ago

Starbucks coming to campus

A fully-licensed Starbucks cafe will open on the second floor of the Student Union before the end of the semester.

The store will open on Nov. 20 and …
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“Culture is not a costume” posters spark debate
3 weeks ago

“Culture is not a costume” posters spark debate

On the third floor of Canyon Creek Apartments North, a poster labelled “Culture is Not a Costume” was displayed in the common area, sparking a conversation between students on the …
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Cheating on the rise ­­­— is technology to blame?
4 weeks ago

Cheating on the rise ­­­— is technology to blame?

In an era of technology that puts the world at one’s fingertips, cheating has not remained within the realm of simply looking at a friend’s paper.

A report …
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Bringing art to the people
4 weeks ago

Bringing art to the people

Walking down the corridors, one can notice that this is not a regular hallway in the Administrative Building. Adorning the walls are art works by nine high-profile UTD Master …
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Former VP of Costa Rica ‘didn’t think twice’ when considering teaching at UTD
4 weeks ago

Former VP of Costa Rica ‘didn’t think twice’ when considering teaching at UTD

This fall semester, the former second vice president of Costa Rica is teaching a graduate-level course at UTD that focuses on maintaining citizen security and tackling crime in Latin …
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Training the brain
4 weeks ago

Training the brain

Editor’s Note: This article has been udpated since its original publication.

A new building at UTD uses cognition to offer brain improvement programs for college students, business professionals …
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