Day: February 24, 2015

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#PinPossible: Double Chocolate Chip Frappucino Cupcakes

For those who have read my Macchiatos and Neuroscience blog, it should come as no surprise that I love coffee. By extension that...


Lacrosse team gets back in action

Correction: In an earlier version of this article, Charles Shu’s name was incorrectly spelled. The Mercury regrets this error. The team showed up...

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State rep. pushing for new facilities

A state representative introduced a bill to the Texas Legislature on Feb. 16 to authorize funding for two new buildings on campus. House...

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Student government rejected a proposal given to it by Dean of Students Gene Fitch to amend the school’s drug and alcohol policy. The...

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Professor finds passion in math tutoring

In 1991, Gil Sik Lee and his wife were making plans to adopt two children from low-income backgrounds in hopes of giving them...

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Lab takes research to market

A recent agreement between UTD and a multinational technology firm will commercialize a technique for growing carbon nanotubes that can be used for...

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Art roast celebrates work of local artist couple

Bright green, pink and purple lights shined behind the sign at CentralTrak, illuminating the sidewalk as self-portraits of two artists, one painted in...

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Activist honored with exhibition

An exhibition recognizing the accomplishments of South African anti-apartheid activist Helen Suzman is visiting campus from Feb. 25 to March 27 in the...

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20 Shades of Hot Chocolate

Alright so you’re iced in. Now what? You can pretend to be using these days off to do homework but we all know...

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Student Assaulted

Richardson Police notified UTD Police on Feb. 12 that a female student was sexually assaulted at Point North Park. According to an email...


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