Day: April 24, 2017


Transfer of power

UTD’s baseball team, ranked 14th in the country, is seeing success this season after the addition of 13 transfer students to the roster....

CommentaryLife & Arts

New ‘Furious’ film proves to be worthy sequel

In “The Fate of the Furious,” the eighth installment of “The Fast and the Furious” franchise, director F. Gary Gray and writer Chris...

CommentaryLife & Arts

Review: Mystery thriller

James Patterson, author of the Alex Cross and Maximum Ride series, told the Washington Post that his latest novel, The Black Book, was...

FeaturedLife & Arts

Keepers of the Earth

UTD’s sustainability efforts have grown to incorporate a student educator component with the creation of EcoReps this semester. In 2016, Thea Junt, the...

NewsSG Report

SG Report: April 24th

Foreign Affairs Leader of the Academic Affairs Committee Jonathan Schueler is continuing to work with his committee on evaluating the need for more...

Campus NewsFeaturedNews

Entrepreneurial lab opens for student use

Any UTD student with entrepreneurial ideas will have the opportunity to turn them into companies using the free resources of the Blackstone LaunchPad,...

Campus NewsNews

Res Hall North closed to all upperclassmen

Starting next semester, Residence Hall North will be open exclusively to freshmen. As one of five residence halls on campus, North was the...


Counseling Center waitlist reflects increasing student demand for help

The current waitlist for the UTD Student Counseling Center has 127 people. A month and a half ago, there were 108 people on...


Democracy threatened by authoritarian ideas

In a previous version of this article the name of Lawrence Lessig’s book was incorrect, The Mercury regrets this error. America’s imperialist ambitions...

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Ethical Hackers raise money to help repeal bill reducing internet privacy

A UTD group called Ethical Hackers is donating the profits from its first annual fundraiser to protest a federal bill overturning previous Federal...


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