Day: September 5, 2017


New cricket field solves woes

A new field built for the UTD cricket team opened at the beginning of the semester after the team’s old field closed. The...

Life & Arts

Professor retires after 42 years

A longtime professor retired on Aug. 31 after serving 42 years as a UTD faculty member. David Ford aided in UTD’s growth by...

Life & Arts

JSOM offers new beer class

A new craft brewing course is now available at UTD, offering students a unique insight into the beer industry. Graduate student Rachel Johnson’s...

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Dessert bar impresses with ambience

Located a few minutes away from campus on Campbell Road, the dessert bar Sweet Daze serves up several Instagram-worthy treats — but not...

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New restaurant wows with flavor

Za’tar Eastern Mediterranean Cuisine serves naturally delicious ingredients and perfectly balanced seasoning with the authenticity of Mediterranean food conveniently located in the Comet...

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Sonic release refreshes gameplay

On the surface, Sonic Mania looks like a continuation of where the first three games left off. However, the overall design adds new...

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Full-service bakery opens in Dining Hall West

Students and faculty will now be able to purchase customized desserts on campus thanks to a new bakery service at UTD called Comet...

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City council calls for Confederate monument removal

September 11 Update: Shortly after the original publication of this article the Dallas City Council unexpectedly voted to remove the bronze statue of...

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Greek life obtains new commons in SU

In an effort to encourage fraternity and sorority life on campus, a newly-renovated room is now available for Greek organizations. Fraternity and Sorority...

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Peer mentors obtain certification

Starting this fall, a globally-recognized certification for peer mentors is available for students through UTD’s Institute for Peer Mentoring. The qualification process equips...


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