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Ad goes out in UTD’s presidential search

Two months into the search for UTD’s next president, the search committee has placed an advertisement in several national periodicals and is beginning to compile a lengthy list of nominees …
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Men’s golf team suffers setback

The UTD men’s golf team suffered a blow to their postseason hopes with a mediocre showing at the Cal Lutheran Invitational March 21-23.

The Comets finished in 12th in …
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Mercury launches website

The UTD Mercury reconstructed its website and released an improved version April 1, at

The new site will have features to supplement the paper edition and can be …
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UTD tennis double faults

First-place Mississippi College came calling on the UTD tennis teams March 27 and both the men and women overpowered the Comets, handing both teams their first conference losses.

The …
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Park planned for south mall

The piles of dirt between the Student Union and the bookstore have a purpose – they are to eventually be part of a new park.

“It’s been in the …
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Student Union unveils carrom board

Whoever plays first, or breaks, is always white. The object of the game is to sink all of your pieces, using the heavier ‘striker’, in any of the pockets before …
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Banding together

by Clarisse Profilet Mercury Life & Arts Editor

SUAAB is giving UTD students yet another reason to stay on campus after classes have ended for the day – the March …
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Mostly Duos lives up to expectations as another eclectic campus treat

Clarisse Profilet

Mostly Duos featured the collaborative efforts of accomplished musicians Arkady Fomin, Barbara Thiem and David Korevaar, who performed an eclectic blend of classical treats on March 1 in …
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Baseball off to red-hot start

by Johnathan Lane Mercury Contributor

Strong pitching and good hitting have propelled the UTD baseball team to an impressive 13-2 record to open the 2004 season.?Head coach Shane Shewmake noted …
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Cooke retires

Aidan Skoyles

Last week BBC commentator, 95-year-old Alistair Cooke, ended his weekly radio program and I, for one, will surely miss him.

Though you may have never heard it, each …
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