Day: December 6, 2021


SG fall campaign promise check-in

The Mercury tracked Student Government’s progress with President and political science senior Ryan Short’s and Vice President and business administration sophomore Imaan Razak’s...


Honors college Dean retires

After 23 years as the Director of the Collegium V Honors Program and seven years as dean of the Hobson Wildenthal Honors College,...


Spring COVID plan

As finals conclude and students set their eyes on returning to campus next semester, UTD is doing the same with regard to its...


Spring Intramurals Announcement

After a semester of limited operations, intramural sports will return to full force for the spring semester with a lineup that includes basketball,...


Cross country team prepares for spring

UTD’s cross country teams concluded the year on a high note and now turn their focus to preparing for the track season. Beset...


Student Union construction, recreation center planning continue

New buildings on campus include the addition to the Student Union, currently under construction, and the proposed recreational/events center. “The recreation area (of...


Comics: 12/10/21


UTD researcher discovers new way to blast Neuroblastoma tumours

A UTD faculty member has discovered a way to treat tumors without the detrimental side effects. Assistant professor of bioengineering Shashank Sirsi, who...

Life & Arts

UTD Alumnus Puts New Spin On LGS Formula

A UTD alum is changing the way that trading card game players consume their so-called “cardboard crack” with a non-traditional LGS model and...

Life & Arts

Innocence Project alums reunited as public defenders

San Diego native Blake Eaton knew he wanted to be a lawyer ever since he was in middle school. After enrolling at UTD,...


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