At the age of 16, Peng Peng Zheng, like any other male about to graduate from high school in Singapore, registered for the military. The problem for Zheng was that … Read More
The tension in Emmett Orton’s voice heightened as he explained his experiences as an LGBT student at UTD.
One evening, Orton, a psychology junior, was in the parking lot behind … Read More
Editor’s Note: This article was updated to clarify ATEC junior Emily Wheeler visited the University Village Leasing Office and not the Galerstein Gender Center.
After establishing the gender-inclusive housing option … Read More
A research lab on campus will conduct the first state-wide needs assessment of the LGBT community to provide sampling data for the state of Texas to determine if LBGT … Read More
This week we discuss the role that the media plays in academia with Dr. Alex Piquero and the impact of Texas’s proposed “bathroom bill” with Student Government senators.
Texas Republican Sen. Lois Kolkhorst and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick have unveiled a “bathroom bill” in the Texas Legislature which forces individuals to use the bathroom corresponding the the … Read More
SG installs neutral bathroom signage, members of UTD LGBT community respond to national policies
Student Government joined with a committee on campus to construct an initiative to update … Read More
Transgender people wrongly portrayed as dangerous in national discussion about using bathrooms corresponding to gender identity
The reason many people are so frightened about allowing individuals to use … Read More
Correction: In a previous version of this story Zack Gentry’s name was misspelled and he was incorrectly identified as a minister ordained by the State of Texas. The Mercury … Read More
Relatives, friends remember victims of Plano shooting
Five UTD alumni killed in mass shooting at Plano home
Freshman cricketer gains int’l experience
New head athletic trainer takes over
Student releases debut album
What happens next?
Community holds vigil for Plano shooting victims
September 21, 2017
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