Men work to bring inexperienced players up to speed

Men work to bring inexperienced players up to speed

After a season that saw the team go 27-4, win the conference championship and advance to the NCAA tournament, a shroud of inexperience surrounds the 2014-15 men’s basketball team. The team lost several of last year’s key contributors, including Kyle Schleigh, Dmitriy Chernikov, Carter Nash and Chris McOmber. Combined, those...

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Women look to build on teamwork to take on tough ASC

Women look to build on teamwork to take on tough ASC

The women’s basketball team is looking to rebound it it’s quest to claim the ASC title after it’s season ended abruptly in last year’s conference semifinals. The team, which went 21-6 last year, is returning nine players including three starters from last years squad. The ASC preseason poll picked the...

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Mayor: Sharing info key to handling Ebola outbreak

Mayor: Sharing info key to handling Ebola outbreak

Transparency in communication was crucial to confronting the public fear after the first Ebola case in Dallas caught the city’s health officials and providers by surprise, said several renowned panelists at The Dallas Morning News forum on Nov. 5 at UTD. The panel discussion titled “Vital Lessons: How Dallas Confronted...

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A Little Party: Homecoming 2014

A Little Party: Homecoming 2014

A little party never killed nobody at UT Dallas. From Nov. 11-15, Homecoming brought the campus together with events ranging from a car bash to a parade, wrapping up with a movie-themed dance and casino. HOMECOMING 5K — Participants braved the cold on Wednesday, Nov. 12 to run the nighttime...

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Net neutrality needs to be mandated by law

The equality and balance of the Internet is imperil, and it needs to be stopped. Future contributions that can only be brought by the Internet are being threatened by those who want to put an end to all traces of net neutrality. Net neutrality is the principle that governments and...

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UTD PD Blotter

UTD PD Blotter

Nov. 4 • An officer investigated a report of graffiti on the south side of the Activity Center around 2 p.m. Nov. 5 • A student was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia on Waterview Parkway around midnight. • An unaffiliated man was issued a criminal trespass warning...

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Creative Collective

Creative Collective

ArtSciLab, an interdisciplinary research lab, is running a crowdfunding campaign to raise efforts for its latest project, Creative Disturbance. The project aims to connect people from different fields through podcasts and social media platforms. ArtSciLab, a product of the arts and technology and emerging media and communication programs, aims to...

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Sticky Situations

Sticky Situations

ATEC students have produced “Sticky,” a 107-second animated short film that expresses the circle of life through a young chameleon, a fly and a flower. “Sticky” is the second animated short film from the animation studio course. A team of 30 students, from the graduate and undergraduate levels, worked on...

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