Day: April 17, 2023


Northside vandals strike

Northside residents reported a string of vandalism in late March in and around Building 13. Several residents of Northside Building 13 reported graffiti...


Revolutionizing research

A UTD chemist graduate is engineering a simpler and safer way to inject powder vaccines painlessly, potentially revolutionizing the healthcare industry. Ph.D. student...


JSOM pays respects to professor

Professor Robert Stephen Molina passed away in his sleep on April 3, 2023, leading JSOM students and faculty to remember his legacy. The...

NewsSG Report

New SG elects speak for UTD

The 2023-2024 Student Government elections have concluded, and the students have selected the term’s executive officers. The Mercury interviewed junior computer science major...


Alumni mends gaps in education

UTD neuroscience alumnus Sofia Babool founded a startup company known as BrightOwl in August 2021. The company aims to close educational gaps for...

Life & Arts

The need for speed

Spring is here, and students are back to using all their creative forms of transportation! With everyone out of hibernation, curiosity got the...

Life & Arts

Library archive linked to famed pilot and women in aviation

From rocket scientists to NASA pilots, UTD has a history of shooting for the stars. But at only half a century old, many...

Life & Arts

Staycation Cafe Delights

If you’re looking for a morning coffee or sweet treat, stop by Staycation Coffee for beverages and bites in a small, cozy neighborhood...

Life & Arts

NCT Dream discusses dreams at Roundtable

Energetic, passionate and inspirational, NCT DREAM, a Korean pop group, shared advice in a virtual interview with The Mercury for college students pursuing...


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