Despite the benefits of learning a new language, UTD students do not have the option of majoring or minoring in a foreign language.
Research from Rosetta Stone … Read More
This story has been corrected since its original publication.
Eating at Dining Hall West has not been a positive experience for every student, especially for freshmen such as … Read More
A research lab on campus will conduct the first state-wide needs assessment of the LGBT community to provide sampling data for the state of Texas to determine if LBGT … Read More
John George, a Garland native who worked in the UTD print and copy services for 21 years, passed away at 39 on Jan. 20.
His family, coworkers and friends reflected … Read More
A 15-year-old boy roams the streets of a new country. His future looks hopeful, considering he just fled his home in Vietnam after witnessing the devastation of war. Little … Read More
Female engineering students will have an opportunity to gain valuable industry experience through a mentorship club founded by a UTD student.
Jeanie Aird, a mechanical engineering junior, … Read More
Texas Republican Sen. Lois Kolkhorst and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick have unveiled a “bathroom bill” in the Texas Legislature which forces individuals to use the bathroom corresponding the the … Read More
Former Chartwells employee charged with recent murders of transgender woman, two other people
‘Super Smash’ team members become first to win national championship
Students stage anti-abortion protest
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Burning the Straw Man
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