Day: September 3, 2004


Intramurals up the ante

ESPN has deemed poker a sport. Now, too, has UTD. Texas Hold ‘Em, the betting card game popularized by the televised World Series...


Life & Arts Briefs 09/07/04

<strong>’Basically Baroque’ tunes up classics</strong> Music goes Baroque with a talented ensemble of instruments and Senior Lecturer Kathryn Evans’ vocals. Favorite Baroque pieces...


‘Self-Study’ students explore identity

Vision and perception are explored in the Self Study Group Portfolio now on display in the Visual Arts Building. The project, part of...


Victim brings perspective to Rape Awareness Week

Repeatedly raped by an uncle when a child, Jaron Benjamin copes by telling his story. Benjamin spoke to 154 students, staff and faculty...


Worries expressed over revised counseling policy

While many UTD students take on multiple roles in addition to being a student, common sense tells them their lives will be stressful....


News Briefs 09/07/04

<strong>UTD No. 1 for CS degrees awarded</strong> According to a recent survey by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), UTD confers more...


‘Take me out to the ballgame’

Standing room only ticket: $40. Dr. Pepper in a souvenir cup: $4.50 Discovering America’s pastime (and finding out that it’s actually not baseball):...


Games’ lack of ads a 10

The Olympics are over now. The athletes are home, glowing from their Olympic experience – or perhaps glittering gold. In corporate America, the...


UTD Archers take aim in D.C.

Fifteen students stumble nervously into the nation’s capital, each one, at least symbolically, wearing the UT System bumper sticker for others to see....


Still stacking library shelves

Although more and more publications are finding their way onto computer screens, it’s nice to see the McDermott Library celebrating the acquisition of...


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