Duke program gives pre-med perspective

For many summer interns, “It’s a five o’clock world when the whistle blows, no one owns a piece of my time,” but the Vogues probably would have struggled to find the right words to describe the rigors faced by pre-med student Mona Sadeghpour. As one of 12 students selected for...

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UTD set to debut volleyball

This year marks the 35th anniversary of the opening of UTD, but 20 years from now 2004 may best be remembered for a new beginning – the birth of Comet volleyball. Head Coach Marci Sanders, hired in January to build the women’s program from the ground up, will have her...

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Goal Driven

One goal away from winning the conference championship a year ago, the UTD men’s soccer team has its sights set on returning to the American Southwest Conference (ASC) tournament. “We always see ourselves playing for a conference championship,” Head Coach Jack Peel said. “My goal for this year is, by...

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New orgs bring fresh wave of innovation

With the beginning of a new semester, new organizations pop up like spring flowers at UTD, even in the fall. <strong>The Atheists and Freethinkers’ Society</strong> The Atheists and Freethinkers’ Society is one such organization. Computer science and software major Cam Desautels plans for his new club to become a forum...

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Female attacked in Waterview assault

A female student was assaulted in her Waterview apartment Aug. 9 according to the UTD Police. The student opened the door to a Middle Eastern male who said he wanted to meet his neighbors. The alleged assailant then forced his way in and assaulted her. The attacker was described in...

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‘Doom 3’ more of the same hellish nightmare

When “Doom” was first released by Id Software in the early ’90s, it set a new benchmark for first-person shooters with stellar graphics, gameplay and dark settings. After four years in development, “Doom 3” is finally available. The technology powering “Doom 3” is absolutely remarkable, making it arguably the best-looking...

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The plight of a metal head in a pop world

We are a small but proud race, but what defines a “metal head?” It would have to be a person’s unquivering and unadulterated love of the genre heavy metal. While we welcome any gender and race, males fill the majority of our ranks. To be honest, it’s difficult to carry...

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Sports Briefs 08/23/04

<strong>Comets picked first in ASC Coaches’ Poll</strong> The UTD men’s soccer team, last season’s American Southwest Conference championship runner, has been tabbed as the team to beat in the 2004 ASC season, which will be played as a 14-team division for the first time this fall. The ASC head coaches...

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One nation, under courts …

The California Supreme Court just issued its ruling in the landmark cases Lockyer v. City and County of San Francisco and Lewis v. Alfaro August 12; did anyone even notice? Nearly 4,000 marriage licenses perished after all that fuss for so many months. Oh yeah, the court struck down same-sex...

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Los Alamos not in sights

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) may not be the target in UT System’s sights after additional security breaches have caused a wavering consideration to bid for the lab’s management. Lockheed Martin Corp. withdrew its interest in bidding for LANL’s management ending a possible managing partnership with the UT System, according...

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