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Students dress to impress through Comet Closet
1 month ago

Students dress to impress through Comet Closet

Vishvajeet Rathore smiled for a picture in his new suit, courtesy of the Comet Closet. After about five volunteers assisted Rathore, a business analytics graduate student, he had found a …
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SG Report: February 20th
1 month ago

SG Report: February 20th

Net ID System

SG senator Rahul Sonwalkar of the Technology Committee has finalized the creation of a new Net ID system. Passwords will expire every year instead of …
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New political club to encourage student involvement in elections
1 month ago

New political club to encourage student involvement in elections

A chapter of Texas Rising, a nonpartisan group that advocates for more progressive policy and participation from college students in local elections, was established on campus this semester.

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Marching for progress
1 month ago

Marching for progress

A month ago, the Women’s March on Washington amassed over one million marchers in D.C. and over five million protestors worldwide.

In the event’s aftermath, feminist students and …
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CentralTrak closed indefinitely
1 month ago

CentralTrak closed indefinitely

CentralTrak, UTD’s artist residency program, is closing after nine years of housing students and international creatives. Administrators and directors on campus are working toward establishing a similar program that …
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On the spectrum
1 month ago

On the spectrum

Jennifer Partin was on her shift looking after children when she saw a young boy with autism grabbed and forced to make eye contact with another worker.

“I …
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UV app privileges under classmen
1 month ago

UV app privileges under classmen

Motivated by student feedback regarding widespread issues with the old online application, Residential Life has overhauled its process to account for the high demand in leasing out its limited …
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‘Humanists for Humanity Read-In’ promotes inclusivity on campus
2 months ago

‘Humanists for Humanity Read-In’ promotes inclusivity on campus

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Faculty members and graduate students from the Arts and Humanities Department participated in a “read-in” on Feb. 7. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to combat the ideas represented in …
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