Ryan Short new president elect, Imaan Razak default VP after opponent leaves race

Ryan Short new president elect, Imaan Razak default VP after opponent leaves race

VIBEZ ticket dissolves over miscommunication, compatibility issues

Ryan Short and Imaan Razak – running on the Reimagine SG ticket – were elected Student Government president and vice president, respectively, for the 2021-2022 academic year, following Razak’s VP opponent resigning from the election. The SG election results were announced on March 31, with Short – a political science...

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Men’s cross-country team wins third consecutive ASC championship

Men’s cross-country team wins third consecutive ASC championship

Women’s team misses first place by only one point

UTD men’s cross-country team won their third consecutive ASC championship in early March, while the women’s team took second place. On March 13, teams from eight universities competed in the race at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock, Texas. The UTD men’s team finished 21 points ahead of runner-up LeTourneau...

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Comets batter up after delayed season

Comets batter up after delayed season

Baseball team maintains a current winning record of 13-7

Following several delays, the UTD baseball team’s spring season has begun in full. With a roster composed predominantly of younger players, the Comets have managed to maintain a steady series of wins over their competition. Scheduled to begin in early February, the Comets’ season was pushed back in light of...

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Comets seize a regional win for Super Smash Bros

Comets seize a regional win for Super Smash Bros

Smash team heads to CSL Nationals as reigning champions

The Smash team took top seed in the national qualifying regional after a loser’s final versus UT Arlington and a grand final win against UT Austin. The Comets cinched the regional win after being sent down to the loser’s bracket by UT Austin, forcing them to fight a loser’s final...

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Comets place first in Rocket League qualifying tournament

Comets place first in Rocket League qualifying tournament

Team will have to beat UNT, LSU to qualify for nationals

UTD just started play in the CRL Spring League after placing first in the Spring League Qualifying tournament. After finishing top eight in the Fall National Championships for CRL, UTD’s Rocket League team is going into their second semester with a major win and substantial growth in team cohesion. Shortly...

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Mission: impossible (to help)

Mission: impossible (to help)

Short-term mission trips do more harm than good

At first glance, short-term mission trips might seem like a good way to get involved in humanitarian work, but they are actually more harmful than helpful to the communities they seek to assist. Mission trips seek to help disadvantaged communities, usually in other countries, by doing activities such as building...

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SG passes resolution discouraging use of Honorlock

SG passes resolution discouraging use of Honorlock

Professors, students weigh in on recommendation

During their Feb. 23 senate meeting, UTD Student Government passed a resolution recommending all professors stop using Honorlock. Kruthi Kanduri, a freshman senator and cognitive science major, took point on the Honorlock resolution during the meeting, opting for an alternative to the controversial proctoring service. The resolution conveys the official...

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Safe eating with SafeDish

Safe eating with SafeDish

Students create app making restaurant health inspection data accessible

After a recent bout with food poisoning, a UTD student co-created SafeDish, an app that makes it easier to find health inspection information for nearby restaurants. Computer science senior Caleb Jiang noticed how inaccessible health inspection data is when he got food poisoning after eating at Chipotle. Jiang said that...

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