Day: April 4, 2021


Ryan Short new president elect, Imaan Razak default VP after opponent leaves race

Ryan Short and Imaan Razak – running on the Reimagine SG ticket – were elected Student Government president and vice president, respectively, for...


Men’s cross-country team wins third consecutive ASC championship

UTD men’s cross-country team won their third consecutive ASC championship in early March, while the women’s team took second place. On March 13,...


Comets batter up after delayed season

Following several delays, the UTD baseball team’s spring season has begun in full. With a roster composed predominantly of younger players, the Comets...


Comets seize a regional win for Super Smash Bros

The Smash team took top seed in the national qualifying regional after a loser’s final versus UT Arlington and a grand final win...


Comets place first in Rocket League qualifying tournament

UTD just started play in the CRL Spring League after placing first in the Spring League Qualifying tournament. After finishing top eight in...


Mission: impossible (to help)

At first glance, short-term mission trips might seem like a good way to get involved in humanitarian work, but they are actually more...


SG passes resolution discouraging use of Honorlock

During their Feb. 23 senate meeting, UTD Student Government passed a resolution recommending all professors stop using Honorlock. Kruthi Kanduri, a freshman senator...


Safe eating with SafeDish

After a recent bout with food poisoning, a UTD student co-created SafeDish, an app that makes it easier to find health inspection information...


UT Southwestern opens vaccination site on campus

Chemistry senior Roberto Ramirez stands outside UT Southwestern’s COVID-19 vaccine site at the Davidson-Gundy Alumni Center, smiling as he greets people walking in...


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