Day: November 3, 2014

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All of the Lights: Diwali 2014

Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, fell on Oct. 23 this year. The Student Union Activity and Advisory Board (SUAAB), the Indian Student...

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Mercury Morning News 11/03

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Broadcast group grabs award in NYC

Radio UTD wins Best Use of Limited Resources award Radio UTD won Best Use of Limited Resources at the annual College Music Journal...

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Students dedicate day to volunteering for Dallas orgs

Dallas Arboretum, Texas Tree Foundation and Goodwill among partners More than 450 students volunteered for agencies, including the Dallas Arboretum, Goodwill and the...

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Mainstream media distorts Muslim holy day

Oct. 25 marked the beginning of Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar. The 10th day of this month, known as Ashura,...

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Alum details work at Twitter

The Association for Computing Machinery invited a director of engineering at Twitter to share his professional experiences and insights with students on Oct....

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Comets smash Jackets

The men’s soccer team defeated Howard Payne 3-0 on Oct. 23, bringing the Comets one step closer to entering the conference tournament. UTD...

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V-ball player kills program kill record

Senior middle blocker Taylour Toso broke the program kill record on Oct. 24 in the volleyball team’s game against UMHB. The Comets won...

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