Day: April 11, 2022


Eugene McDermott library looks to take disruptive student behavior off the books

Jumping on tables and sword fights with tube lights are just some of the ways students have been disrupting the McDermott Library’s quiet...


Comets Giving Days contest opens doors to donations

Motivated to raise funds for their favorite campus programs, several student groups have spent the past week preparing doors for the annual Comets...


SG election Winners’ agendas

Student government elections have concluded, and next term’s executive officers have been decided. The Mercury sat down with cognitive science sophomore Kruthi Kanduri...


Commencement to bring all Comets together

After hearing out student concerns about school-based graduations, the University is holding a new inaugural graduation celebration called the “All-University Commencement” to honor...


Powerful offense, consistent arms help Comets snap late March skid

Fresh off a series sweep against Sul Ross State, the Comet baseball squad continues to build momentum in their march towards the ASC...


‘Overwatch’ team finishes top eight in dying esport

The “Overwatch” team finished the top eight in the last Overwatch Collegiate Championship of “Overwatch 1,” with the team facing the unique situation...


Clubs try to revitalize in-person engagement after total return to campus

Readjusting to the resumption of in-person operations has created unique recruitment and leadership challenges for UTD student organizations and their leaders. The number...


International Week showcase diverse student talent at UTD

International Week at UTD returned to campus from March 28 to April 1, with cultures debuting award-winning foods and talents from across the...

Life & Arts

Retrograde Reads: ‘Timemaster’ by Robert L. Forward

Some books have fascinating premises that grab you right off the bat. Some books have well-written, clever dialogue and snappy explanations of scientific...


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