Day: March 10, 2019

Letters to the EditorOpinion

Letter to the Editor: How to help ATEC grads improve job prospects

It’s easy to help make ATEC a better experience for its undergraduate students: Just require a minor (18 credit hours) in the STEM...


Voting close to home

Ask anyone to name the president of the United States and you would easily get laughs at how obvious the answer is. Ask...

Editor's PicksSports

Racer finds international success

A UTD junior has aspirations to become a professional race car driver — and has already made strides towards his dream. Nicholas Reger,...


Athlete named to academic all-district

After scoring 20 points against McMurry University to bring an 80-64 win for the Comets, women’s basketball guard Victoria Peña became the third...


NCAA losses for basketball

Both men’s and women’s basketball endured losses at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III national championships after they won their respective regional...

Life & ArtsWhatcha Eatin'?

Whatcha Eatin’? Kimchi

Call me crazy, but I adore all things fermented, such as miso, kombucha or sauerkraut. Beyond the fact that eating fermented food offers...


Student graduates UTD at 18

Nearly 2,800 UTD students made up the cohort of fall 2018 graduates. One of the students was biology major Lokesh Nagineni, who, at...

Editor's PicksLife & Arts

Downward dog, upward goat

Goat Yoga Richardson, a grassroots organization that offers classes all over the DFW Metroplex, began with just four goats, neighborhood friends and founder...

Campus NewsNewsSports

New esports team wins at regional competition

UTD Esports announced their spring roster for the new “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” team at the end of February via Twitter. The new...

Campus NewsEditor's PicksNews

UTD adds service learning classes

UTD is joining the nationally growing trend of service learning in the classroom. This semester, the university is offering 10 classes centered around...


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