Students provide free consulting services

Students provide free consulting services

UTD’s new chapter of an international consultancy group is working alongside Dallas nonprofit organizations to provide pro bono advice. Mechanical engineering junior Logan Harless first learned about 180 Degrees Consulting — an organization that works globally as a university-based consulting service — while studying abroad in 2018 in Australia. He...

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UTD’s ‘Dhunki’ a cappella group advances to nationals

UTD’s ‘Dhunki’ a cappella group advances to nationals

A UTD a cappella group, Dhunki, will be competing for the first time at a national competition for a chance to win the championship title. The competition will take place on April 13 in Washington, D.C.  All American Awaaz is an annual championship for South Asian a cappella groups. The...

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Men’s baseball makes comeback after losses

Men’s baseball makes comeback after losses

The men’s baseball team played three games of this year’s American Southwest Conference Tournament this weekend against Concordia University, coming up short in the first two but making a comeback in the third. The team competed in two ASC series earlier this season where it won one game each series....

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Richardson traffic lights to undergo retiming

Richardson traffic lights to undergo retiming

A recently completed traffic study found Richardson traffic volume at its highest in over a decade, prompting officials to update traffic light infrastructure. The study, conducted by engineering firm Big Red Dog, took three years and monitored traffic at signals throughout Richardson. The director of transportation engineering for Big Red...

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Faculty works to be featured at downtown arts hub

Faculty works to be featured at downtown arts hub

Two North Texas philanthropists donated $250,000 in early March to bring UTD art to the Richardson community through the creation of the Eisemann Edge Endowment Fund. Ann and Charles Eisemann have directed their philanthropy towards many aspects of the art scene in Richardson over the years. ATEC Dean Anne Balsamo...

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SG election triggers runoff

SG election triggers runoff

Last week’s Student Government election resulted in a runoff between the top two presidential candidates, guaranteeing that a president and vice president from different tickets would serve the student body in the most contested election in SG history. Political science junior Ayoub Mohammed of the Labor ticket and neuroscience senior...

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