Image

Featured

Competing for a cause
2 years ago

Competing for a cause

UTD sports teams have come together to show their support for taking a stand against cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness month.

The soccer and volleyball teams hosted …
Read More

Bringing art to the people
2 years ago

Bringing art to the people

Walking down the corridors, one can notice that this is not a regular hallway in the Administrative Building. Adorning the walls are art works by nine high-profile UTD Master …
Read More

Training the brain
2 years ago

Training the brain

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

A new building at UTD uses cognition to offer brain improvement programs for college students, business professionals …
Read More

Biting the dust
2 years ago

Biting the dust

Recent construction near the center of campus has closed walkways and moved the Comet Cab pickup location.

Renovation for Drive C began on Oct. 13 and led to …
Read More

Vinyl revival
2 years ago

Vinyl revival

With technological advances and growth of the millennial generation came a wave of nostalgia that channeled the days of John Hughes, Ferris Bueller and the Brat Pack.  This nostalgia …
Read More

‘A home away from home’
2 years ago

‘A home away from home’

At UTD, international students make up 23 percent of the population. During the first few months of the school year, adjustment and adaptation are part of the process as …
Read More

Resiliency through support
2 years ago

Resiliency through support

Cynthia Nguyen was driving to escape her friends back at UTD. They were worried that she was suicidal and wanted her to stay on campus.

As she …
Read More

Campus political organizations, community activitists respond to confederate monument removal
2 years ago

Campus political organizations, community activitists respond to confederate monument removal

Dallas’ governing bodies have started removing Confederate imagery from the city. While there is universal agreement on removing Confederate monuments across the city council, the school board and campus political …
Read More

Roots of a community
2 years ago

Roots of a community

In 2015, student volunteers petitioned to keep the Community Garden in the wake of construction through its plots. This year, they’re operating an updated, expanded version of that garden.

This …
Read More

Q&A: Senatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke
2 years ago

Q&A: Senatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke

The bipartisan organization No Labels invited congressman Beto O’Rourke on campus to discuss his campaign for a seat in the U.S. Senate (he is currently running against incumbent Ted Cruz) …
Read More