Day: April 23, 2004


Prof sings politics, lectures economics

Economics professor Nathan Berg’s new rock band, Halliburton(s) attempts to create awareness about the current political economy by combining his knowledge of music...


SGA vote uncontested

<a href=”main.cfm?include=customPage&name=sgaresults”>Click here for complete election results.</a> Only two out of 30 positions in the Student Government Association’s (SGA) spring election were contested,...


‘Battle of Bands’ strikes a chord

Six bands faced off in an all-out battle to the death to raise money April 8. The Battle of the Bands organized by...


News Briefs

<strong>SGA helps create new alma mater</strong> The Student Government Association is coming close to a decision on a new alma mater for the...


Student fees to fuel many new campus projects this year

The student fees committee has recently sent a budget proposal for the 2004-2005 year to President Franklin Jenifer, requesting funding for several new...


Softballers notch 20th win

The UTD softball team has used an eight-game winning streak to break the 20-win plateau for the first time ever. The team’s strong...


The fast and the Fury-ous

It’s no joke that as of April 1 UTD is home to women’s professional basketball champion Dallas Fury, winners of the ProCup Tournament....


Talk of progress

“Who came to school today,” sings the class. “Matthew. Matthew. Who came to school today? Matthew did.” A nearly four-year-old blonde boy gets...


Man dies at Waterview

A 26-year-old man was found dead in a Phase 7 Waterview Park apartment on April 5 – less than one day after UTD...


UTD sets sights on ASC tourney

The UTD baseball team is nearing the 30-win mark with a hopeful eye on the conference championship. The Comets (27-4, 13-2) have won...


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