Multilingual students translate for refugees

Multilingual students translate for refugees

Alumnus gives students opportunity to volunteer with Human Rights Initiative of North Texas Being bilingual or multilingual can be a skill students take for granted, but at the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas it can actually help save lives. HRI is a nonprofit organization that provides legal representation and...

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SSB addition, alumni center underway

SSB addition, alumni center underway

Major construction projects on campus are slated to continue well into 2016, including an expansion for the Student Services Building. Kelly Kinnard, director of physical plant services, said the programming phase for the SSB expansion is finished, and the building is scheduled to open in 2016. The exact location is...

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Decoding Religion: Bahá’í students flee religious persecution in Iran

Decoding Religion: Bahá’í students flee religious persecution in Iran

Student starts UTD Baha’i Club to provide open atmosphere for growing faith community Editor’s Note: In an effort to further understand UTD’s diverse population, what follows is part three in a four-part series exploring lesser-known religious communities, their traditions and their presence on campus. Nader Arzani left his home country...

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SG Report

Student Government has adopted an official honor code for all students to abide by, said Vice President Charlie Hannigan at the April 1 SG meeting. Students were given two honor code options to vote for on the SG election ballot. In total, 2,708 people voted, and the winning honor code...

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New dining hall, campus store to open next semester

Second parking garage to feature Einstein’s Bagels, potentially IHOP This coming fall semester, the opening of the Phase IV Residence Hall will create new dining options on campus. The building, which will house 600 new students, comes with a recreational facility and a dining area. With seating for almost 800...

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