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UTD Police Scanner

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<strong>May 12</strong>

UTD Police and Richardson Fire Department responded to a medical assist at Waterview Park (WP) Apartments. A non-affiliated person was transported by RFD ambulance to Richardson Regional …
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RHET 1101 gets revamping

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The Freshman Year Experience (FYE) movement is coming to UTD, but instead of a march on campus it will arrive in the form of the revamped Rhetoric 1101 course.


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Letters to the Editor – June 7

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<strong>Inefficient lawn wateringon campus</strong>

I’m writing to call attention to a problem I see on campus that is particularly serious during the summertime.

Sprinklers are all over UTD …
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‘Nova’ performance inspires despite minimal music program

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UTD performances are often satisfactory but uninspiring, however “Musica Nova: Music of Five Centuries” was refreshingly phenomenal.

The venue was full even though all classes were over. The reputation …
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Presidential search may end in September

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UTD may have a new president as early as September, just less than a year after President Franklyn Jenifer’s resignation last October, according to search committee members.

While the …
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Seven softballers selected

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One may be an All-American.

Two were selected for the division’s top All-Star team.

Seven netted postseason honors.

As much as softball is a team sport, UTD’s …
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More teachers does not equal more certificates

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The Texas State Board of Educational Certification has created a plan to issue temporary teaching certificates to anyone who can pass its test.

The new bill allows anyone to …
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My two cents

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Testing, testing, hello … is this thing on?

It has been one wild and crazy end to the softball and baseball seasons – so let’s get to it.


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Baseball team fields 10 awards

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When you storm through an entire season, winning more than 80 percent of your games like the Comet baseball team did, people stop and take notice.

Among those who …
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