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Ringmasters unleash the lines inthree-ring Underground Circus

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Poetry readings are often regarded as a bunch of literary posers listening to someone over-dramatically whining about lack of love and bemoaning their general state of being.

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Playoff picture muddled

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Ice-cold three-point shooting plagued the UTD men’s basketball team when the Comets could least afford it.

Leading American Southwest Conference (ASC) foe Mississippi College by one at halftime on …
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Letters to the editor

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Spending is misguided with funding in decline.

I am concerned about how the university budget is being handled.

I watched President Franklyn Jenifer give the speech about increasing …
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Comets just miss March Madness

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In the first postseason basketball game in UTD history, cold second-half shooting doomed the Comets as they fell to American Southwest Conference (ASC) West division champion Sul Ross State 77-57.


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A+ warrants points for grading system

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Editor’s Note: Following is an editorial of The UTD Mercury’s editorial board. The Editorial Board consists of the newspaper’s management team (editor-in-chief, managing editor, section editors, advertising managers and copy …
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Mobile Unit aims to catch public eye

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A four-decade-old military transport donated by the United States Army to UTD is in the process of being outfitted as a mobile command post for campus police.

Acquired two …
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Women look to finish strong

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The Lady Comets hadn’t played in an overtime game all season.

After Feb. 12, they wish they could make the same claim.

In their first extra period of …
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Woodard now serving time

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UTD police have filed charges with Collin County District Attorney in hopes of obtaining an indictment against David Patrick Woodard, the man charged with two burglaries and attempted sexual assaults …
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‘Mostly Duos’ promises to be another eclectic experience

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The annual “Mostly Duos” concert brings uncommon classical music to the UTD Theatre’s stage at 8 p.m. on March 1.

The program stays true to its tradition, presenting works …
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Incoming freshmen will have homes in Waterview’s Phase VIII B

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Waterview’s construction of Phase VIII B aims to accommodate UTD’s growing freshman class before it bursts at the seams.

Robert Lovitt, vice-president for business affairs, said the construction is …
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