Day: September 4, 2023


Comet cruiser kicks it into high gear

After negotiations between DART and UTD, on Aug. 7 the Comet Cruiser east line began running every 15 minutes on weekdays instead of...


Too Good to Go app offers restaurant food at a discount

Convenient, cheap, and sustainable, the Too Good To Go app is a must have for college students looking to fill their stomachs without...


Noel Miller and Brandi Denise entertain Comets

YouTuber and comedian Noel Miller, along with actress and comedian Brandi Denise, visited UTD on Aug. 30 to perform stand-up comedy free of...


Comet brings home Marine Corps honors

Computer science senior Jocelyn Heckenkamp graduated from Marine Corps Base Quantico in summer 2023 alongside 67 female graduates, considered the largest platoon of...


Meet the Editors Behind The Mercury Newspaper

Fatimah: Fatimah Azeem is a psychology senior from Dallas, Texas. She’s been working at The Mercury since she was a freshman, starting off...


Public Health Program Gets Major Upgrade

Starting in fall 2023, the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences will now offer a bachelor’s degree in public health, which combines...


What to know about the Dallas ransomware attack

The Royal ransomware group compromised the healthcare information of 30,253 self-insured Dallas city employees during the May 3 ransomware attack, raising questions on...


Meet your current SG Senators

Isabella Spartz My name is Isabella Spartz, and I am a third-year senator majoring in finance and economics. I have a passion for...

Club Sports

Chess team gains three grandmasters

Koustav Chatterjee holds a FIDE rating of 2546 and is the No. 400 grandmaster worldwide. He was born in India and holds the...


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