SG Report: 3/26/18

SG Report: 3/26/18

Sick Plates Added to Dining Services Dining Services has approved the Sick Plate Initiative, a program that would allow ill students to have food brought to them by a friend. Once finalized, students will be able to fill out an online form to request a “sick plate.” The form can...

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Nobel laureate gives lecture

Nobel laureate gives lecture

Following numerous accomplishments in the scientific world, an alumnus returned to campus and gave a lecture to students and faculty on the research that led up to his achievements. After receiving the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2015, alumnus Aziz Sancar came back to campus to host the School of...

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Art exhibit honors immigrant workers

Art exhibit honors immigrant workers

An art exhibit displayed at UTD hosts a collection of photographs by immigrants of immigrants for students to observe a segment of history where Mexico and the United States intersect. A series of photographs by Los Hermanos Mayo portray Braceros, Mexicans legally contracted to work in the United States in...

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Students rally for right to safer schools

Students rally for right to safer schools

Finance senior Rebecca Tjahja said when she learned about a Florida high school shooting last month that left 17 dead, she knew she needed to act. Her desire to push for gun control led her to help organize the Dallas March for Our Lives that took place at Dallas City...

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Student Government leaders reflect on time in office

Student Government leaders reflect on time in office

The president of UTD’s Student Government pulls over a chair from his corner office and takes a seat next to the desk of his vice president. While SG’s election day edges closer, neither man will occupy these seat much longer. Soon new representatives will arrive to take their mantle and...

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Who will you choose? – Your Voice

Who will you choose? – Your Voice

With a platform focused on communication and bridging the gap between students and Student Government, two candidates are running for president and vice president on the Your Voice ticket in the first contested election in two years. Both molecular biology sophomore Yilong Peng and global business junior William McKiernan, who...

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