Day: April 27, 2015


Profs discuss impact of religious freedom law

Indiana’s religious freedom law fuels talks as campaigns begin, Supreme Court inches toward ruling on same-sex marriage A month after Indiana Gov. Mike...

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In the Aftermath

Armenian Heritage Club remembers genocide victims with lecture In 1915, 1.5 million Armenians were slaughtered at the hands of the Ottoman Empire. Barely...

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“What features would you like to see added to Northside at UTD?”

“Two things that I would like are a bar type of place to just chill and grab a beer or some sort of...


Homeless youth face uphill fight

Misunderstanding of struggles young adults face when living through homelessness leads to stigmatization, scapegoating  Jose is having a bad day. He can’t concentrate...

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April 13 • A student reported that his bike was taken in Phase 1 at 11:46 a.m. • A student reported that her...

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News anchor graduates from doctoral program

WFAA-TV’s John McCaa finishes with Ph.D. in History of Ideas Known for his straightforward broadcasting on WFAA’s nightly newscast, John McCaa isn’t a...

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Former student indicted for gun in dorm room

Shotgun found under bed, seized by campus police last September  A former student is set to appear in court on May 7, eight...

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List of SACS complaints

SACS placed UTD under review for eight out of 93 principles over the course of two years. Of these, some were institutional level...


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