Automatic Mickey D’s has an OverArching Plot

Automatic Mickey D’s has an OverArching Plot

Technology phases out workers

The new automated fast food workflow is a dangerous sign of corporate greed amidst a cost-of-living crisis. Working people and college students alike have long subsisted on customer service, whether that be in retail or fast food. So how would we survive if that was no longer an option? Well,...

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Students should show their school spirit at UTD sports

Students should show their school spirit at UTD sports

UTD student athletes work just as hard as Division I athletes and deserve to be cheered on

UTD students like to make fun of our athletics, but the truth is that our legendary sports program has something epic to offer for everyone. Now, let’s address the elephant in the room. UTD is not known for its sports. We are by all definitions a campus of nerds, usually...

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Tennis Teams Take The Court

Tennis Teams Take The Court

Men's and women's teams kick off the new year with plans for growth and reinvention

After impressive seasons in 2022, the UTD men’s and women’s tennis teams look to achieve new successes. With games coming up for both teams on Feb. 4 and Feb. 5, Coach Bryan Whitt hopes to start the year off on the right foot. The men’s team is first up on...

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CV Welcomes New Dean

CV Welcomes New Dean

The Hobson Wildenthal Honors College welcomes a new dean in spring 2023 with plans to expand the Collegium V program and create more honors initiatives. On Jan. 17, 2023, the national search for a new honors college dean concluded when Donal Skinner was chosen for the role. Skinner enters UTD...

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The Rule of Kyle Poerschke

The Rule of Kyle Poerschke

Comet becomes DIII Basketball sensation in just a week

Kyle Poerschke — holding a UTD record with 43 points scored in one game — was awarded the U.S. Basketball Writers Association Division III National Player of the Week on Jan. 18. “You know, outside of this interview, doesn’t get a lot of recognition,” Poerschke said....

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Regional town hall for students, comet watch party

Regional town hall for students, comet watch party

Spill the Tea The Galerstein Gender Center will be hosting a series of sessions dedicated to hearing student perspectives on how to better support the student body at UTD. Students will be able to discuss important topics such as inclusion and equity with provided tea and snacks. There will be...

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Northside sprinklers make it rain

Northside sprinklers make it rain

A series of fire sprinkler bursts on Dec. 24 resulted in water damage in five different Northside buildings, causing thousands of dollars in resident property damage. Close to freezing temperatures in late December caused several water lines in Northside’s fire sprinkler system to freeze, crack and burst. Maureen Omrod, Senior...

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Comet Basketball Breaks Records

Comet Basketball Breaks Records

Comet Women kick off 2023 midseason with record defense play and career bests

The Comets showed a legacy-defining defense in their midseason victory on Jan. 5 before arriving to a neck-to-neck loss on Jan. 7. January 5: Winning against Concordia Texas 51-24. The UTD Women’s Basketball Team opened the midseason on Jan. 5 with a victory against Concordia that earned them a ranking...

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New study abroad programs take flight

New study abroad programs take flight

The new international education program is seeking to make study abroad more affordable for students by offering a variety of programs at a reduced price. Dean of Graduate Education Juan Gonzalez said UTD enhanced its international education program to include 12 faculty-led program options, taking place from May to August. The...

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