New facilities needed to attract talent

This past year has been tremendous for the athletics department. The school has gotten two ASC tournament championships, advanced three teams to the NCAA tournament and hosted the first round of the national tournament three times. With that said, it may need to invest in an arena that can better...

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DIY Easter Eggs

DIY Easter Eggs

Growing up in a Catholic family, Easter was always a big deal. However, my childhood did not include visits from the Easter bunny or very many Easter egg hunts. In fact, my one memory of an Easter egg hunt consists of staring down an alligator on a lake before being...

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Student receives honor for police volunteer work

Student receives honor for police volunteer work

Criminology student receives Richardson Real Hero Award after amassing more than 2,200 hours with police department  A committee dedicated to celebrating unsung heroes who serve without expecting recognition named a UTD student as the Richardson Real Hero Award recipient. Psychology and criminology sophomore Joshua Gonzalez was a finalist in the...

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Campus recovery center sees growth

Campus recovery center sees growth

New support groups established since center’s inception last fall After a year since its inception, the Center for Students in Recovery has increased its operations to provide support for students recovering from addiction. The center also established a new student organization in January called Students for Recovery, which organizes social...

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You said on concealed carry:

You said on concealed carry:

    “I am firmly against because not everyone that has a gun and a license should be allowed to bring it on premises where people are not equipped to handle a shooting.” Thi Nguyen Biology freshman     “I’m against because guns don’t keep you more safe. (They) instill...

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