Day: February 19, 2018

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Mercury Morning News 2/19/18

Editor's PicksOpinion

Black history is more than slavery, civil rights

During February, UTD and our nation as a whole take the time to celebrate black heritage and culture, yet they forget that black...


Rugby team remains undefeated

The men’s rugby team qualified for the playoffs after going undefeated in the regular season for the fourth time in seven years. The...


Comets finish season strong

With the regular season finishing up, the women’s basketball team now looks to defend its championship title as the American Southwest Conference tournament...


Alumni cyclists place in bike race

Two former UTD cycling team members used past training to place high in a local tournament. UTD alumni Flora Yan and Sean Spiesman...

Life & Arts

Bridging the gap

A student-run campus organization has decided to take initiative to introduce art education into science-focused degree programs. Symbiosis is a new organization focusing...

Editor's PicksLife & Arts

Sophomore launches baking business

A UTD student utilizes her talent for baking to run a personal baking business. Neuroscience sophomore Devi Nair has been baking since she...

Life & Arts

Student art featured in exhibit

A graduate student’s art is now on display at an exhibition in Frisco. Mixing mediums of electronic fragments, oil paint and acrylics, arts...

Life & Arts

SG launches art initiative

The Student Government vice president is implementing three projects around campus to increase the presence of art at UTD. Alex Holcomb, SG vice...

FeaturedLife & Arts

Redefining ‘refugee’

When Henry Justiniano raised his right hand and recited the oath of allegiance at his U.S. naturalization ceremony in November, he felt like...


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