Day: April 4, 2004


Radio UTD concert spotlights local talent on the SU mall

Radio UTD kicked off its annual concert event to promote talented student bands and the radio-station itself on March 19 with performances from...


Postcard from: Germany

MUNICH, GERMANY – Greetings from the snowy streets of Munich, Germany. I love it here. The people (most of them). The snow. Mass...


New band to promote spirit

There might not be a football team at UTD, but at least we’ve got a band. After meeting in Wind Ensemble class, Melissa...


Two $15K plasma TVs stolen from ECS South

Two plasma television sets, valued at $15,000 each, were reportedly stolen from the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science South building in separate thefts...


DART bursts public transportation balloon

Gone are the days when we could count on a big yellow DART bus trundling down Rutford Drive. During a March 23 DART...


Radio UTD rocks the Internet

From a small room in the catacombs of the ECSN building, Radio UTD opened its first webcasting stream to the Internet world Feb....


Marriage not as sacrosanct as we think

Since the gay marriage debate first heated up, much has been said about preserving the supposed “sanctity” of marriage. However, with a society...


Baseballers hit 20-win mark

The UTD baseball team eclipsed the 20-win mark, going 7-1 in its last eight games thanks to several impressive individual and team performances....


Waterview noise policy unfair

On St. Patrick’s Day evening, my roommates and I threw a memorable (and noticeable) party from our Phase 8 apartment balcony. Many residents...


Softball opens conference play

With an 8-2 conference record, the UTD softball team is primed for a run at the American Southwest Conference East division top spot....


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