Day: April 19, 2021

Life & Arts

‘I’m just glad I can check it off the bucket list: I did a game show’

While some students might spend their Wednesday night at home watching TV, Christian Nevarez – an interdisciplinary studies junior – spent Wednesday, April...

Life & Arts

Written in the stars

While real-life comets are only visible to the human eye for a brief moment in time, two Comets have blazed a bright and...


Dallas Skyline to practice, play on UTD courts

The Dallas Skyline, a minor professional basketball team, is calling the UTD Activity Center and University Housing home for its 2021 season. The...


Comets land top eight in Overwatch Collegiate Championship

UTD’s Overwatch team just finished in the top eight of the Overwatch Collegiate Championship (OWCC), going on to ride the momentum into two...


For the record: professors should record

While virtual classes can be exhausting or unengaging for many, class recordings allow students to re-watch lectures at their convenience rather than feel...


SG takeaway: April 13 Senate meeting recap

The Student Government meeting on April 13 involved resolutions such as promoting transgender rights on campus as well as providing students with free...


Where, how to register for a vaccine

As of March 29, all Texans above the age of 16 are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine for free, other than possible...


How to combat vaccine anxiety

While approximately 51% percent of U.S. adults have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, many who have received or are...


University phases in limited in-person events

The decline in COVID-19 cases and increase in vaccinations across Texas and on campus have prompted UTD to slowly reintroduce in-person events at...


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