Day: May 3, 2021


UTD research center to open in Richardson’s rebranded industrial district

UTD is collaborating with the city of Richardson to create a multi-faceted research institution inside the city’s newest development project: the Innovation District....


Esports experience can’t be defined by a single exam

The Esports Certification Institute (ECI) tried to make a $400 certification for esports, and it died within three days. While it could come...


UTD and UTSW partner in new research facilities

UT Southwestern Medical Center and UTD’s Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science have partnered together to create the Center for Imaging...


Conservatives aren’t being canceled

With the “free speech” alternative social media app Parler returning to the App Store after being banned for involvement in the Jan. 6...

Life & Arts

New course offerings introduce Comets to religion, Korean language

The upcoming fall semester will bring with it a multitude of new classes including those in religious studies, Korean language and African and...

Life & Arts

The show must go on!

UTD filmmakers were recognized for their exceptional talent in an unprecedented year by the Cosmic Film Festival. The festival is hosted by Meteor...


A comma-n misunderstanding

I’d like to begin by thanking The Mercury’s most dedicated readers, Babe Ruth and President Biden. If you’re wondering why Babe Ruth and...

Life & Arts

Boba Blockage

Shipping delays are creating a country-wide boba shortage, making it a challenge for boba tea providers in the Richardson area to supply one...


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