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Review: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

Graphic by Sarah Besserer

At first, I was afraid I was going to be bored during this movie. I thought to myself, “Oh, another film related to the Marvel Cinematic …
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Review: Toy Story 4

Graphic by Ryan Magee | Video Editor

I have never seen a Toy Story movie in my life.

Look, maybe the idea of my toys coming alive when I’m not …
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Eating More for Less

Graphic by Ryan Magee | Video Editor

Two coworkers launch app designed to decrease food delivery service prices, test run platform at UTD

Fed up with the high prices and …
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Professor Explores Jim Crow South in New Book
2 months ago

Professor Explores Jim Crow South in New Book

Faculty member co-edited novel after noticing lack of coverage for time period

Following the 2012 publication of a co-edited collection of essays on Jim Crow, associate professor of history Natalie …
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When Art, Science Collide
2 months ago

When Art, Science Collide

By  • News

Comet combines art history, cognitive science through study abroad research

A UTD undergraduate combined their passions for cognitive science and art history through research at the University of Vienna. 

Visual …
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University Research Team Develops Pain-free Drug Delivery System
2 months ago

University Research Team Develops Pain-free Drug Delivery System

Group produces 3D-printed microneedle patches as cheaper, more efficient alternative to traditional methods

A joint research team from UTD’s Gassensmith and Smaldone labs are using 3D printing to streamline drug …
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Student Starts Online Petition for Temoc Statue
2 months ago

Student Starts Online Petition for Temoc Statue

This June, a student started an online petition to create a statue of Temoc on the roundabout at the campus main entrance. The petition has since amassed over 460 signatures. 


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“Maybe those killings wouldn’t have happened.”

Former worker details history of aggression after ex-Chartwells employee charged with murder

After a former Chartwells employee was charged with two counts of murder in early June, a former student …
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choose your adventure

By  • Opinion

How choice-based video games help with real-life decision making

In life, we’re all faced with an almost overwhelming amount of choices. As technology — and, with it, game development — …
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13-year-old freshman to start classes at UTD in fall
2 months ago

13-year-old freshman to start classes at UTD in fall

Incoming interdisciplinary studies major homeschooled since seven years old, serves as CEO of Texas-based company Kidlamity Gaming

UTD will welcome one of its youngest freshmen in the fall of 2019.


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