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Religious, scientific clash focus of summer trip

Several UTD students and faculty will travel to England this summer with Charles Darwin, Thomas Huxley, Frederic Farrar and many other great thinkers of the 19th century.

Or rather, …
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Alternative Spring Break

While most of the college student population hit the slopes or the beach this spring break, a few UTD students found relaxation in public service.?Twenty-nine students and four advisors journeyed …
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Letters to the Editor 07/19/04

<strong>New toilets keep UTD from flushing money away</strong>

I have never been this excited over a toilet before, but this one is worthy of recognition.

In the Multipurpose …
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Biguenet to play pro ball

At 4:30 p.m. on July 4, UTD graduate Mike Biguenet was going through his regular Independence Day celebration with his family. By 5 p.m., he was a professional baseball player.

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Freshman poll results revealed

The UTD Mercury polled freshmen attending a July 11 Orientation about their first impressions on a number of aspects of life at UTD and their attitudes toward college life. Following …
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Postcard from: India

<strong>Editor’s Note: The UTD Mercury is highlighting the adventures of UTD students who travel abroad. In this final installment, Michael Seeligson, a junior mathematics major, shares his experiences from India, …
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News Briefs 07/19/04

<strong>Cops to car hop in upcoming fundraiser</strong>

Normally, having a police officer approach your open car window is far from a pleasant experience.

But, several UTD police officers …
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Shedding light on ShadowLan

Since UTD is a fairly young college, the city of Richardson hasn’t really developed into a college town, leaving many students with very little to do after about 9 p.m. …
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Women’s Center hosts Wi$e Up national launch

UTD was headquarters for the national press conference for Wi$e Up financial planning’s official launch July 13 that was attended by more than 140 people from outlying universities and business.

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Buildings, degrees approved

<p>UTD took a huge step in achieving top-tier status with the approval of three new buildings and degree plans by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) July 15.</p> <p> …
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