Day: August 19, 2004


My two cents

Sporting notes compiled while wondering if milkweed would grow in a Butterfield. With three straight wins to end the season, men’s basketball storms...


Altered States a wash of color, pixilation

Well, it certainly is colorful. “Altered States” is an explosion of bright hues on the walls of the Visual Art Building’s main gallery...


Nano-science pioneer honored

In honor of the 75th birthday of Vladimir Agranovich, Nobel laureates and top international scientists converged at UTD for a conference on nanotechnology....


Sports News Briefs

Open tryouts slated for volleyball squad For anyone whose ever set anything other than a table or spiked anything besides a punch bowl,...


SGA rejects mandatory meal plan

The short-term future of a meal plan at UTD just went cold. In a recent meeting, the Student Government Association (SGA) rejected a...


‘Broadway’ is okay

In a deft show of skill and talent, the UTD Chamber Singers and the UTD Jazz Band presented their act entitled “Broadway” on...


Sias named Kentucky State president

UTD Senior Vice President for Student Affairs and External Relations Mary Evans Sias has been named president of Kentucky State University, leaving the...


Eurotrip is scheisse

“Eurotrip” had promise as another teen cult classic, brandishing the supposed masterminds behind films such as “Old School” and “Road Trip,” but in...


Durbin returns to stage with new friends

A chilly night with projections of snow did not keep UTD and Collin County jazz enthusiasts from attending the biannual Kelly Durbin &...


Library roof gone with the wind

Strong winds ripped through UTD Feb. 19 detaching a 100-foot piece of copper from the Eugene McDermott Library’s roof. Library officials estimate repairs...


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