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 … Read More
University officials and student organization leaders hosted a ribbon cutting event to celebrate the opening of the Student Services Building Addition on Feb. 2.
The addition is 68,000 square feet … Read More
On Jan. 24, the Student Government senators voted 28 to 7 in favor of adopting a resolution condemning Senate Bill 6, or the “bathroom bill,” that was … Read More
Once every two weeks, those on the Plinth witness a performance by a group of dancers linked at the elbows. For the dancers, it is more than just a spectacle … Read More
UTD’s volleyball team advanced to the third round of the NCAA D-III Tournament for the first time after defeating no. 25 Hendrix College Warriors 3-2 (20-25, 25-21, 20-25, 27-25, … Read More
The Plinth was lit up with a thousand gold and silver lights as UTD celebrated Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, on Nov. 4. It is estimated that over 1,000 … Read More
The ceremonial ribbon cutting for the Callier Center Richardson addition was held on Nov. 3, officially beginning a new phase of instruction, research and clinical service in the center.
Construction … Read More
UTD celebrated the inauguration of its fifth president, Richard Benson, on Oct. 27.
Benson is the successor to David Daniel, who served as university president from 2005 to 2015.
The … Read More
Two weeks ago an unknown assailant disrupted campus internet networks and the UTD website for unknown reasons, causing campus-wide intermittent internet outages.
The Distributed Denial of Service attacks … Read More
Lately, it’s become common to see students hurry by in small groups, fixated on their dimly lit phone screens. It may be well past midnight, but campus isn’t asleep just … Read More
Ed Board: Presidential, vice presidential candidates well-suited for uncontested positions
ATEC game library reopens
Student Government Forum
Student arrested on theft charges
Dining hall needs better food, sanitation
Northside’s Phase 2 under construction
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