Day: March 20, 2023

Life & Arts

Comet shines as community leader through altruism

Junior marketing major Dylan Miles has been providing homeless individuals in Houston with warm, stylish hoodies since 2021 through his brand BetOnYourself, which...


ECS Complaints: Who Is To Blame?

The Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, or ECS, is one of UTD’s largest and most well-known academic schools, ranked No....


UV residents face hot water outages

Since the start of the spring semester, students residing in University Village have experienced unannounced hot water outages. Shreya Billa, a sophomore biology...


Senate bills threaten DEI

Three Senate bills proposed by Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick could have serious implications on higher education institutions if they are passed in the...


Anti-DEI bill will harm all students if passed

A Senate Bill in committee — 88(R) SB 17 — could mean the end of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as we know it...

NewsSG Report

Student Government proposes resolution to end Farage’s teaching contract

Resolution 2022-26 After calling for a “cure to homosexuality” last summer, ECS Professor Timothy P. Farage was under investigation by UTD. However, he...


DART station comes to UTD

In a partnership with Dallas Area Rapid Transit, or DART, and the city of Richardson, UTD is set to have one of the...


A one person army: the sole woman in UTD’s Overwatch team

Noureen Hoq, a neuroscience and biology senior, is one of only five women in the male dominated esports department and is leading the...


Alumnus awarded Forbes science honor

Emma Xu, a 2015 UTD physics graduate, was awarded the Forbes 30 Under 30 science award for 2023, paving the way both for...


UT system resolutions suggest increasing financial transparency and investigating student working conditions

Resolutions suggested by the UT System Student Advisory Council in their latest meeting on March 3 and March 4 aim to aid students...


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