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Easter bunny visits Waterview

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Howls of savage joy echoed across darkened buildings of UTD as a lone figure darted across the Phase 8 grounds. He was hounded by a mob close on his heels. …
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>International Week celebrated

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UTD celebrated its diversity during International Week April 5-9, exposing the campus to different cultures around the world.

“We are all international” was the slogan for the events, sponsored …
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Farcry appeals to skill and sense

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Farcry, developed by Crytek and published by Ubisoft, is a milestone in first-person shooter games. It seamlessly blends technology into gameplay in a completely new way. Despite being system intensive, …
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Tennis teams denied by UT Tyler

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UT Tyler delivered a fatal blow April 16-17 to the playoff hopes of both UTD tennis teams with hard-fought victories over the Comet men and women.

The men fell …
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Women golfers improve

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The UTD women’s golf team shaved almost 30 strokes off of its previous season low score but still couldn’t break from the back of the pack at the UT Brownsville …
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Chess comes close in final four

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The UTD Chess team finished second in the 2004 Presidential Cup to rival, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC).

The four best college chess teams in the nation – …
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Are you feeling experimental

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There are many strangers out there who greatly value your opinion – at least in the context of a consumer.

This is evident by the massive amounts of press …
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Student Union unveils carrom board

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Striking coins joined the familiar auditory assault of the Student Union’s pool-ball clacking and ping-pong smashing on March 24.

A carrom board, the latest addition to the Student Union …
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News Briefs

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News Briefs

Former Secretary of State to speak

James A. Baker, former Secretary of State, will speak in UTD’s Excellence in Leadership Speaker Series April 1.

Sponsored …
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Postcard from: Spain

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SALAMANCA, SPAIN – In addition to two cathedrals, more than 3,000 bars, and the third oldest university in Europe, this semester Salamanca, Spain, is also home to me. I am …
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