Ulbricht Found Guilty

Ulbricht Found Guilty

Ross Ulbricht, a 2006 UTD graduate accused of running an online drug market, has been found guilty of seven crimes, including narcotics trafficking and money laundering. FBI agents arrested Ulbricht in 2013 in San Francisco. He went on trial on Jan. 13 in New York facing allegations from the FBI...

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Ballot Bound

Ballot Bound

Public affairs sophomore Brooke Lopez runs for Wylie City Council The Saturday morning of March 31, 2012 dawned bright for Brooke Lopez and her family, as they prepared for their weekly fishing trip. They were sitting in Mogio’s Pizza, a little parlor in Sachse, near Wylie, at around 11 a.m....

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Black History Month

Black History Month

Black leaders on campus discuss community, success When the late historian Carter G. Woodson started the Association for The Study of Afro-American Life and History in 1915, his aim was to document the past and triumphs of African-Americans. He commemorated what he called Negro History Week in 1926. In 1976,...

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New faces, new places

New faces, new places

Four brand new players start for the men’s basketball team, face challenges of adjusting to new environment The 2013-14 season was one of the most successful in the history of the men’s basketball program. Led by five seniors, the team went 27-4, including a 20-2 conference record, en route to...

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#pinpossible

#pinpossible

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, I’ve been scouring Pinterest in search of the perfect Valentine’s DIY project. I thought I’d bring back an old friend, and a fairly popular project: melted crayon art. There are also other variations of this project, so even after Valentine’s Day, it’s still...

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