Day: November 13, 2017

Editor's PicksLife & Arts

Chess program experiences rapid growth

Throughout its 21 years, the UTD chess program has evolved through improving recruitment processes to keep up with the increasing competitiveness in the...

CommentaryLife & Arts

‘Orient Express’ lacks closure

“Murder on the Orient Express” is a mystery movie based on the novel of the same name. While it was enjoyable and well-produced,...

CommentaryLife & Arts

New ‘Pocket Camp’ game returns to roots

“Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp” is Nintendo’s newest addition to the “Animal Crossing” series. It makes a good addition to the series, as it...

FeaturedLife & Arts

Pinpointing pain

In 2011, UTD’s neuroscience professor developed a pain cream to treat persistent pain in his own foot. Years later, Ted’s Pain Cream is...

NewsSG Report

SG Report 11/13/17

UTD Mobile App The Office of Information Technology released version 1.0 of the UTD mobile app on Oct. 24. The official app for...

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Diversity through liberal arts

A new honors cohort launched this semester for students majoring in the liberal arts. Edward Harpham, dean of the Hobson Wildenthal Honors College,...


Success through application

Two UTD student teams were declared winners of three spot prizes at HackTX 17, the largest annual hackathon in Texas on Oct. 28....

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Conservative comedian asked to leave campus by UTD Officials

Steven Crowder, a conservative political commentator, was asked to leave campus after he conducted a series of interviews with UTD students without permission...

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Comets win homecoming game 56 – 32 against Rams

The women’s basketball team entered the season strong with their first win, 56 – 32 over the Huston–Tillotson Rams in the homecoming game....

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Clogged toilet disrupts classes

A sewage overflow in a Hoblitzelle Hall bathroom disrupted classes and forced several faculty and staff to temporarily relocate offices. On Oct. 28,...

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