Day: October 15, 2018


Starving for change

Growing up, I always referred to UTD as a “brown school.” My mom especially felt more secure about sending me to UTD, knowing...


It’s not a question: No means no

Last week, my news feed was plastered with images of a belligerent Brett Kavanaugh, Trump’s most recent nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court....


The commuter conundrum

With the enrollment at UTD inching toward 30,000, it could easily be said that the campus has become a self-subsistent community of its...

Cross CountrySports

Freshman runner ends ASC dry spell

After running 8 kilometers in 26 minutes and 10.76 seconds, a UTD men’s cross country runner earned the title of American Southwest Conference...


Tennis teams advance through regionals

This year’s men’s and women’s tennis teams have added new players to their lineups, bringing wins for both teams at early competitions. The...

Editor's PicksSoccerSportsVolleyball

Volleyball, soccer gain winning streaks

The men’s soccer and women’s volleyball teams have earned player honors and American Southwest Championship victories as they move into the final stretch...

Editor's PicksLife & Arts

Homeless serve hope to community

A Dallas cafe is providing the community with food, drinks and job opportunities for the homeless. CitySquare Cafe opened April 23 as an...

Editor's PicksLife & Arts

Tabletop signage to open up more seats

Dining areas of the Student Union will adopt a table-sharing system by the end of the semester in an effort to alleviate overcrowding...

Campus NewsFeaturedNews

Counseling Center starts online therapy program

Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to include additional information from the SCC and to clarify that the SCC’s waitlist for services...

Campus NewsFeaturedNews

Survey shows dissatisfaction with mandatory freshman group project

A survey conducted by The Mercury revealed that Comets to the Core — a six-week group project required for all freshmen to complete...


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