Day: May 17, 2004


EE students play ‘cat and mouse’ for senior project

UTD electrical engineering students played a high-tech game of “cat-and-mouse” in the third annual CatNMouse robotics competition in the Electrical Engineering & Computer...


Sports Briefs

<strong>Top UTD athletes honored at banquet</strong> Senior right-handed pitcher Tony Adler and senior first baseman Candace Felts were named UTD male and female...


Take a sneak peek at this summer’s hottest flicks

(U-WIRE) MANHATTAN, Kan. – When looking at many of this summer’s movie releases, at first glance, it looks to be a season of...


Bookstore initiates 50 percent book buyback

The UTD Bookstore’s ability to deliver more bang for a student’s book-buying buck depends, in part, on more professors turning their book lists...


Baseball team wins silver

The UTD baseball team advanced to the American Southwest Conference championship game before falling 6-2 to host McMurry. The Comets, runners-up in last...


Letters to the Editor – 5/17/04

<strong>Insert biased and unacceptable for a student newspaper</strong> As a long-time reader of The UTD Mercury, I was shocked and appalled at the...


Softballers fall to nation’s top team

The nation’s No.1-ranked softball team proved to be too much for the Comets, as East Texas Baptist (ETBU) overran UTD, 7-1, in the...


‘City of Heroes’ is worth the visit

Each of us, at some point, has dreamt of being a super hero – donning spandex, capes and masks and displaying our unique...


Jenifer urges grads to be compassionate

Donning UTD’s new doctoral garb, President Franklyn Jenifer addressed graduates at the spring commencement for his first time May 8 as the formal...


NSM dean search put on hold

The search for a dean of the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics has been halted pending the appointment of a new university...


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