IHOP, bagel chain coming soon

IHOP, bagel chain coming soon

Pancakes past midnight, a convenience store and more vegetarian offerings are only some of the new food choices students can look forward to in 2014 and 2015. Early morning commuters looking for a cup of joe and a quick bite next semester can look to the new parking garage opening...

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UTD hosts week-long camp for underprivileged children

A crowd of kids, chattering and giggling, hold on to white balloons with the words “Let Go” scrawled on them. They wait for the go-ahead and, then, release the fear and self-doubt filling the balloon. From June 24 to June 27, they spent their time on campus instead of at...

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Bus schedule goes awry

In the world of business, clients and profits are lost when deadlines and time schedules are unmet. For NASA, a delay in a shuttle launch can cost millions of dollars. Yet, for all this talk of time being money, UTD’s 883 Comet Cruiser runs with a mind of its own....

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Robots charm onlookers at ‘Transformers’ premiere

Robots charm onlookers at ‘Transformers’ premiere

 Moviegoers were treated to a display of  mechanical savvy on June 27 as the premier of “Transformers: Age of Extincition” at Alamo Drafthouse doubled as an exhibition for UTD robotics. Hosted by the Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, the event featured students and their mechanical creations, including robotic...

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Community’s effort keeps Art Barn open

Community’s effort keeps Art Barn open

After two months of conjecture and debating, UTD has decided to keep its Visual Arts Building open for now. The decision was conveyed to Greg Metz, senior lecturer in arts and humanities, during a meeting with Dean of Arts and Humanities Dennis Kratz on July 1. In late April, Facilities...

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Profs research pain

Profs research pain

Two professors in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences are delving into some of the most perplexing puzzles in the field of public medicine: chronic pain and migraines. Associate professor Ted Price, who focuses his research on pain in general, has seen the way perceptions of pain have changed...

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Vet group looks to grow

Fireworks on the Fourth of July are meant to bring joy to Americans every year, but for soldiers who have returned from active combat duty, the experience can trigger reminders of war. Veterans of Dallas, a student group comprised of veterans, aims to address challenges like these along with other...

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Basketball player named ASC best

Basketball player named ASC best

Following a record-breaking year and overall career, the American Southwest Conference named men’s basketball player Kyle Schleigh their male Athlete of the Year on June 11. Schleigh becomes the first athlete in the history of UTD to win the award and only the third basketball player in the history of...

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