Day: April 15, 2019

Life & Arts

Artists use ‘experimental methods’ in exhibit

A large white rectangular block stands in the middle of a large white room in the SP/N Gallery at Synergy Park North 2....


Government transparency, by request

Sometimes, with an institution as big as a university, it can be difficult to see mistakes if you’re just another cog in the...


Ethics needed in JSOM curriculum

It’s hard to imagine, but banking in America was once a relatively boring profession. In the wake of the Great Depression, when 9,000...

Letters to the EditorOpinion

Letter to the Editor: Dining Services values community voices

A series of articles has been published by The Mercury this year about the university’s food service contractor, Chartwells. We value this input,...


Tennis teams to compete in ASC regionals

The men’s and women’s tennis teams each have one more match left to play in the American Southwest Conference West competition before advancing...


UTD places third at chess championship

UTD competed for the 16th time at the President’s Cup chess championship in New York, a national competition that determines the top U.S....


Golf shows strong presence at conference

The women’s golf team played in the American Southwest Conference Championships on April 12-14. The championship was held in Glen Rose, Texas, where...

Life & Arts

Student play explores mental health

Since the summer of 2018, a group of UTD students — along with director Shelby-Allison Hibbs — have worked on creating and performing...

Editor's PicksLife & ArtsWhatcha Eatin'?

Whatcha Eatin’? Menudo

I’ve eaten a lot of pretty weird things in my life — cow feet, goat brains and jelly fish, just to name a...

Editor's PicksLife & Arts

Graduate rallies for immigrants at border

Last summer, one UTD alumna packed a bag and the six first-aid kits available at a nearby Walmart and drove more than 500...


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