Day: February 25, 2019


The Price of Interference

Why US Intervention in Venezuelan politics promotes imperialism Juan Guaido, who did not receive a single vote in Venezuela’s elections, swore himself in...

Life & ArtsWhatcha Eatin'?

Whatcha Eatin’? Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is an extremely important holiday for Chinese people and is celebrated worldwide. It’s based on the Chinese lunar calendar, which...

Letters to the EditorOpinion

Letter to the Editor: Recent op-ed inconsistent with position on open discourse

I organized and supervised the Steven Crowder event on Jan. 22 and thought it went quite well. Outside of a couple of protestors,...


Men’s Basketball Takes ASC Title

Team brings home championship victory for first time since 2014 season The men’s basketball team became four-time ASC champions after taking home an...

Editor's PicksLife & Arts

Two cultures blend in border valley region

For UTD students who hail from the Rio Grande Valley — the region that defines the border between the United States and Mexico...

Life & Arts

Forging New Traditions

Students join local resident in placing small trinkets around campus Throughout the year, small decorations can be seen on the Cecil H. Green...

Life & Arts

Q&A: Ben Orlin

Ben Orlin is the author and illustrator of the blog Math with Bad Drawings, which was launched in 2013. He recently published a...

Campus NewsEditor's PicksNews

Center for BrainHealth Conducts National Study

Research aims to unlock human brain’s potential by including over 120,000 participants in coming decade The BrainHealth Project, a research study headed by...


7/11 to accept Comet Cash

Earlier this month, the 7/11 store at Northside began accepting Comet Cash as a form of payment. Paulina Schleppenbach, the director of the...

Campus NewsFeaturedNews

UTD celebrates legacy of founding faculty member

Holocaust survivor, retired physics professor who taught at university for 66 years passes away at age 94 Wolfgang Rindler, a professor emeritus of...


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