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UTDPD Crime Logs

EDITOR’S NOTE: In the graphic below, the number of assaults on campus in academic year 2013-2014 was incorrectly reported. The correct number is 11. The Mercury regrets this error. Also, …
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Women’s soccer team enlists champion
4 years ago

Women’s soccer team enlists champion

New assistant coach plans to push athletes toward championship

After months of searching, head coach Kanute Drugan announced Sterling Mueller as the new assistant coach for the soccer …
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Experts assemble for terror talk
4 years ago

Experts assemble for terror talk

Researchers join for annual Terrorism and Policy conference

Leading researchers from around the world convened at UTD on May 22 and 23 for the annual Terrorism and Policy …
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Multimillion dollar gift jumpstarts new program
4 years ago

Multimillion dollar gift jumpstarts new program

Edith O’Donnell donates $17 million to support creation of art history institute

On May 19, Edith O’Donnell donated $17 million to fund the creation of an art history …
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Biker embarks on nationwide trek
4 years ago

Biker embarks on nationwide trek

Alumna Irene Morse cycles through northern U.S. to raise funds for affordable housing 

Irene Morse, a recently graduated McDermott scholar, started her 70-day bicycle tour across the northern …
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Mass email alarms Chinese community

Severe charges leveled against TA

An anonymous person sent out a mass email to UTD’s Chinese network on April 15, accusing a male international graduate TA of severe …
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Researchers study effects of marijuana

New long-term studies tackle the neurological, socio-economic impact

UTD professors are making new discoveries on the scientific and socio-economic effects of marijuana.

Francesca Filbey, associate professor in …
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Students honored, memorialized
4 years ago

Students honored, memorialized

It was a solemn yet heartfelt ceremony, bringing everyone to tears, remembering 11 students who died during the past year.

UTD’s first annual student memorial, “Comets Remember,” which …
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‘Mold’ in Jonsson only dust buildup

The black crumb-like bits falling from vents in the Jonsson Center are not mold — as some students and professors feared — but dust that has accumulated in the …
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New electronics flexible in more ways than one
4 years ago

New electronics flexible in more ways than one

Cutting-edge circuitry has numerous applications in multiple fields including medicine, homeland security

Flexible electronics, with applications from consumer to military, have the potential to improve the quality of life and …
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