ATEC’s Games and Media Library, which closed for renovation last semester, reopened in February.
The library has moved to a bigger room with new inventory and a redesigned … Read More
Q: What are your plans for the ATEC program as its first dean?
When an opportunity like this comes up, which is pretty rare, it’s a real testimony … Read More
The ATEC Games and Media Library is shut down for the remainder of the semester for renovations.
The GML was commonly used by dozens of students a day … Read More
New UTD President Richard Benson officially took office July 15. The Mercury sat down with Benson to discuss his vision for campus.
How are you settling into your … Read More
Students create new game, get published, distributed by large firm
A new board game with origins on campus may soon be available on store shelves across the country.
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A&H students, faculty look to find their place in university known for STEM fields
UTD is known for its cutting-edge programs focusing on science, business and technology. Tucked … Read More
Conservation expert looks into history of pieces, examines the surfaces of works over time
Despite the scientific jargon and complicated analytical machinery David McPhail works with, his research … Read More
Students in ATEC course help produce video games, learn real world skills such as teamwork
A creative director mimics running in slow motion as artists around him take … Read More
Students bring back gaming space after year of inactivity
After a year away, a library for students to rent and play games has returned to campus.
The … Read More
Gamers on campus find community, deeper meaning in realm of videogames
Amorine — or Amo for short — is a Destruction Warlock in “World of Warcraft,” the popular massively … Read More
Ed Board: Presidential, vice presidential candidates well-suited for uncontested positions
ATEC game library reopens
Student arrested on theft charges
Dining hall needs better food, sanitation
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