Texas Passes Law Against Unsolicited Lewd Photos

Texas Passes Law Against Unsolicited Lewd Photos

Offense becomes misdemeanor under new law, carries up to $500 fine A Texas law was passed this month outlawing sending unsolicited lewd photos electronically, but has the potential to be challenged and ruled as unconstitutional.  The new law, which took effect on Sept. 1, classifies the electronic transfer of unsolicited...

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Speaking Out on Abortion

Speaking Out on Abortion

Comets for the Preborn demonstration sparks counter-protests from pro-choice organizations A recent protest from campus organization Comets for the Preborn ended in a counter-protest, chants and one student getting handcuffed. On Sept. 9, the pro-life organization Comets for the Preborn gathered in the Chess Plaza donning graphic imagery of aborted...

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ATEC Joins Richardson Symphony Orchestra to Celebrate Anniversary of Apollo 11 Mission

ATEC Joins Richardson Symphony Orchestra to Celebrate Anniversary of Apollo 11 Mission

The School of Arts, Technology and Emerging Communications recently collaborated with the Richardson Symphony Orchestra to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing in a partnership that allowed students to gain practical experience with an independent organization. The Celestial Celebration, hosted by the Eisemann Center on Sept....

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