Chess team hires new coach

Chess team hires new coach

Since the start of February, the UTD chess team has been working with its new head coach after the retirement of long-time coach Rade Milovanovic. Julio Sadorra, a UTD alumnus who graduated in 2013 with a degree in business administration, assumed coaching responsibilities on Feb. 4. While at UTD, Sadorra...

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Former Richardson mayor convicted for bribery

Former Richardson mayor convicted for bribery

After a two-week trial, a former Richardson mayor was convicted for bribery charges connected to her affair with a land developer. Laura Maczka served as mayor of Richardson from 2013 until 2015, when details of her affair with a local real estate developer led citizens to demand she step down...

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City applies for federal funding for proposed Cotton Belt Trail

City applies for federal funding for proposed Cotton Belt Trail

The Richardson City Council has applied for federal funding to cover the segment of the proposed Cotton Belt Trail that services UTD, which is the fourth and last portion of the trail in Richardson that has yet to be funded. The Cotton Belt Trail is a 26-mile long hiking and...

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Cockroaches found in Student Union eatery

Cockroaches found in Student Union eatery

Richardson Health Department officials performed a surprise inspection at the Student Union’s Chick-fil-A after a receiving an anonymous complaint and video of cockroaches in the food pick-up area. The video’s metadata confirmed it was taken at UTD. In the video, a worker opens a cabinet to reveal a box with...

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