The UTD women’s basketball team was eliminated in the first round of the NCAA tournament following a loss to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
The Comets suffered a 79-63 loss on March … Read More
A year removed from having a roster with no seniors, the men’s basketball team now has key upperclassmen with valuable experience under their belts.
According to an ASC … Read More
For the first time ever, volleyball and women’s basketball were represented in UTD’s Athletic Hall of Honors as athletes from those teams were inducted into this year’s class.
As the women’s basketball team fell into the swing of an early season practice, head coach Polly Thomason hovered around the court, never staying in one place for too … Read More
Dapo Ogunfeitimi stepped foot on UTD’s court for the first time as an incoming freshman. His eyes immediately became fixed on one thing — the basketball championship banners hanging … Read More
Every time senior guard McKenzie Petty puts on a game jersey, regardless of what team she’s playing on, it usually has one meaning — game time. The UTD emblem … Read More
Like many other second-year college athletes, Zavier Landry and Mitch Barati were at a crossroads. It was time for them to decide where they wanted to continue their athletic … Read More
If NBA teams were fictional characters, the Cleveland Cavaliers would definitely be Hamlet after he got kicked out of the kingdom. After being trounced last year in the Finals … Read More
Prior to this season, only nine teams in NBA history have come back from a 3-1 playoff deficit.
The 2016 Golden State Warriors now join the infamous list, … Read More
Qurans found in SU bathroom
Ethical Hackers raise money to help repeal bill reducing internet privacy
‘White nationalist’ fliers on campus prompt response from students, administration
Entrepreneurial lab opens for student use
Democracy threatened by authoritarian ideas
Neuroscience senior earns perfect score on MCAT exam
Trespass warnings issued to individuals posting white nationalist fliers
April 25, 2017
Keepers of the Earth
April 24, 2017
SG Report: April 24th
Res Hall North closed to all upperclassmen
Counseling Center waitlist reflects increasing student demand for help