Day: October 12, 2020


Comets to the Core to have assignments graded

UTD’s mandatory Comets to the Core group project for freshmen and juniors is undergoing a status change: the semester-long class will now be...


Making eLearning black and white

Computer science students Sunny Guan and Eric Zhang created an easy-to-navigate alternative to Blackboard’s small text and design. Their project, which they say...


New leadership, new initiatives

Under a new administration, Student Government is implementing new initiatives and policies to diversify campus, rebrand themselves and adapt positively in the wake...


SG senators vote to establish diversity, equity ad-hoc committee

Student Government senators have voted to amend Article V of the SG bylaws and establish a new ad-hoc committee focused on diversity and...


Blossoming UTD entrepreneurs recognized for their start-ups

Ten UTD students and alumni were named to the 2020 NTX Inno 25 Under 25 List, which features young entrepreneurs who are driving...


‘I’ve gone and there’s been well over 10 people all in this small area, and no one’s wearing a mask’

Northside residents have reported large social gatherings and a lack of mask use in common areas, raising concerns about management’s COVID-19 safety protocol...


Testing Center remains closed, proctored computers available

Because the UTD Testing Center closed, a limited number of proctored computers are available for student use in Founders’ Brazos computer lab. Assistant...


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Rocketing to the top

The Comets’ “Rocket League” team just qualified for Collegiate Rocket League (CRL) play by topping the qualifying tournament. After its founding in spring...


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