Thought provoking statistics from The Mercury
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 … Read More
Robokind aims to change the way humans interact with robots with its latest model, the ZENO R25. The robot sports a variety of social features and is able to carry … Read More
Student Government president Brooke Knudtson took the podium for the first time at the May 6 SG meeting after being elected, and she appointed new members to senate.
Senate confirmed … Read More
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 … Read More
• An unaffiliated female was arrested on two outstanding Richardson city warrants for speeding and no insurance on Waterview Parkway around 10:30 a.m.
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Senator Janani Sundaresan presented a proposal to create school councils in each of the six UTD schools at the April 15 Student Government meeting.
SG has … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
UTD submits proposal for Amazon headquarters
Int’l student applications declining
Veteran spreads laughter
Diversity through dance
Resiliency through support
Academic work strains athletes
New art gallery showcases alumni
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Current college students represent new counterculture
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Lack of diversity on runway incites change
Food fad encourages widespread acceptance of Muslims