Day: August 22, 2016


Program director to make degree more marketable

Andrew Busch began work at UTD as the director of American studies in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies on Aug. 1. The Mercury...


Player settles in new role

Every time senior guard McKenzie Petty puts on a game jersey, regardless of what team she’s playing on, it usually has one meaning...


Rio games shine light on refugee crisis

Despite the controversy surrounding the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics due to concerns over Zika and petty street crime, the quadrennial spectacle should be...


Horse Power

Lauren Hoover and Blackie have known each other for four years. They have trained countless hours together, competed on international stages and occasionally...

Life & Arts

Student stars in show

Even though she doesn’t show it, Arianna Reyher is going through her own personal version of hell. The 20-year-old speech and pathology junior,...

Life & Arts

Alumnus unveils new art exhibition

A UTD alumnus’ new art installation is now on display at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth. Textiles artist and master’s graduate...

Life & Arts

In the public eye

Ryan Noelle can juggle taking orders, brewing coffee and serving food with mechanical efficiency. Noelle is also an avid drummer and proficient computer...

Life & Arts

Through the Grapevine

Sitting on the branches of an old hackberry tree, a young couple watched the sunset. Tentatively leaning forward, UTD alumnus Chris Grider kissed...

Campus NewsNews

Head Start, Late Finish: Alumnus started school at 15 years

Aaron Kotamarti, the youngest student to ever attend UTD, started college when he was just 15 years old. His mother dropped him off...


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