ATEC revising doctoral program after complaint, third party investigation
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools reviewed, starting in 2013, UTD and the Arts and Technology program after accusations were … Read More
Austin Mordahl vividly remembers the exact moment he was notified he tested positive for HIV.
“It was like a scary movie,” Mordahl said. “I got a letter in the mail … Read More
Texas House calls for $3 million reduction in funding
A recent amendment to the Texas state budget has proposed a $3 million cut from HIV and STD prevention programs and … Read More
The second installment of the “Divergent” trilogy struggles to break away from a slew of current teen fare exploring dystopian worlds, despite a strong performance from rising star Shailene Woodley.
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For some, March’s warming weather and days indicate the beginning of spring. For the Galerstein Women’s Center and feminists across the world, March means Women’s History Month.
In the late … Read More
Missing UTD alumna remains found
Community celebrates groundbreaking of Science Building
Conservative comedian asked to leave campus by UTD Officials
UTD fast-track medical program loses funding
Campus mourns loss of DZ, golf team member
Monks solicit students for money
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School shootings can’t be forgotten
Vicente Fox and his non-laudable inheritance
Comets lose in second round of NCAA tournament