‘Everyone is in a dilemma. Everyone has doubts.’

‘Everyone is in a dilemma. Everyone has doubts.’

International students’ challenges during COVID-19

Akshat Bhati, an international supply chain management graduate student, said it was a dream to come to the United States. After coronavirus forced classes to an online format in March, however, his dream became a nightmare: he lost his shifts at the on-campus Starbucks, where he had recently been promoted...

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24/30 with COVID-19

24/30 with COVID-19

Dean clarifies how study abroad, other programs factor into graduation rule

As coronavirus shifts students’ academic plans, the 24-in-30 rule remains relevant to ensure graduation. This rule says that students have to complete 24 of their final 30 hours at UTD. Most students have not struggled with this graduation requirement in the past, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Advising John Jackson said....

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‘Coexist with COVID-19’

‘Coexist with COVID-19’

Staff, business owners discuss reopening of state

Beginning early May, Texas Governor Greg Abbott began the process of the gradual reopening of Texas. By now, the state has moved on to Phase III of reopening, and COVID-19 cases are still on the rise. Orders to open businesses were released in a staggered manner, with the first wave...

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