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Clogged toilet disrupts classes
9 months ago

Clogged toilet disrupts classes

A sewage overflow in a Hoblitzelle Hall bathroom disrupted classes and forced several faculty and staff to temporarily relocate offices.

On Oct. 28, the Facilities Management office received …
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New club aims to rekindle school spirit
10 months ago

New club aims to rekindle school spirit

Music vibrated through the night as a crowd gathered on the wooden steps of the Plinth. Speakers cornered either side of the stage while performers weaved in and out …
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Startup helps retirees find joy
10 months ago

Startup helps retirees find joy

Older generations can benefit from virtual reality technology — a fact that Dallas-based startup MyndVR is using to its advantage.

CEO Chris Brickler and co-founder Shawn Wiora teamed …
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Cheating on the rise ­­­— is technology to blame?
10 months ago

Cheating on the rise ­­­— is technology to blame?

In an era of technology that puts the world at one’s fingertips, cheating has not remained within the realm of simply looking at a friend’s paper.

A report …
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Former VP of Costa Rica ‘didn’t think twice’ when considering teaching at UTD
10 months ago

Former VP of Costa Rica ‘didn’t think twice’ when considering teaching at UTD

This fall semester, the former second vice president of Costa Rica is teaching a graduate-level course at UTD that focuses on maintaining citizen security and tackling crime in Latin …
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Diving into the depths for global warming
10 months ago

Diving into the depths for global warming

The Mariana Trench is the deepest point in the ocean. At 6,500 meters below sea level, the pressure, darkness and cold are immense, especially when traveling in a small, …
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New art gallery showcases alumni
10 months ago

New art gallery showcases alumni

Editor’s Note: This article has been updated since its original publication.

Following the destruction of the Art Barn, UTD relocated its art gallery to a 6,000 square foot studio on …
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Veteran spreads laughter
10 months ago

Veteran spreads laughter

In the quiet hours of the morning, you may see a gentleman in a USS Ticonderoga hat walking through campus passing out printed jokes or pairs of handmade paper …
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Diversity through dance
10 months ago

Diversity through dance

When Charlie Hooper auditioned for Indian folk dance team UTD TaRaas, members thought the “white guy” was in the wrong room.

To make sure, the team captains …
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Int’l student applications declining
10 months ago

Int’l student applications declining

International students are not sending as many applications to UTD as in previous years, according to data from the university. This fall is the first time the number has …
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