Day: November 1, 2016

CommentaryLife & Arts

Game Corner: Shadow Warrior 2 Review

“Shadow Warrior 2” is a first-person shooter game where players take control of a mighty ninja that spews carefree one-liners while fighting off...

Life & Arts

Q&A: Malcon Pierce

On Oct. 25, one of Disney’s animation supervisors Malcon Pierce gave a presentation on his upcoming film “Moana.” The Mercury sat down with...

Life & Arts

Sophomore spins to success

Jason Cohn glides out onto the ice in one fluid movement. With the wind fanning against his face, he gains enough momentum on...

Life & Arts

All that jazz

Editor’s note: This is the third part of a three-part series on full-time students who are working to enter the music industry. “Zoom!...

Campus NewsNews

Researchers extend phone, computer battery life

The world is one step closer to implementing alternate technology that can improve the battery life of computing devices such as phones, calculators...

Campus NewsNews

Breakthrough to change blood sugar testing

A student created a non-invasive sensor to measure blood glucose levels through sweat, making diabetic testing more accessible. Rujuta Munje, a biomedical engineering...

Campus NewsNews

UTD PD Chief: New police exam invalid

2/17/18 Update: As of spring 2017, UTDPD has a new university-specific promotion process. Following a failed attempt two years ago to institute a...


Obama leaves behind improved, changing country

As the presidential election winds down, the country is preparing for the inevitable beginning of a new administration and an uncertain future. But...


Editorial Board: We endorse Hillary Clinton for presidency

Hillary Clinton is the only candidate to vote for in the 2016 presidential election. She is one of the most qualified candidates to...


Trial for murder of UTD admin begins

Opening arguments in the trial of Robert Moses, the man accused by Frisco police in the fatal shooting of UTD administrator Anna Moses,...


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