After conducting a study on attitudes towards Muslim students on campus, an alumna found evidence that the majority of UTD students view Muslims in a positive light.
The study, conducted … Read More
Helen Small, one of UTD’s oldest students, passed away on May 4, 2017 at 97 years old. Small graduated from UTD in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and … Read More
Following recent uncertainty surrounding the Art Barn’s future, the building is officially scheduled to close on May 13 with demolition following in June.
Arts and Humanities Dean Dennis Kratz publicly … Read More
UTD’s sustainability efforts have grown to incorporate a student educator component with the creation of EcoReps this semester.
In 2016, Thea Junt, the associate director of facilities … Read More
Any UTD student with entrepreneurial ideas will have the opportunity to turn them into companies using the free resources of the Blackstone LaunchPad, which is scheduled to open at … Read More
Alumnus Nicholas St. John said he always felt it was his duty and calling to bridge the gap between the local government and general public. In his quest to … Read More
Four students who lost their lives during the past year were commemorated during the Comets Remember ceremony sponsored by Student Government on April 7 in the Galaxy Rooms.
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In a previous version of this article Todd Fechter’s name was misspelled, The Mercury regrets this error.
The Edith O’Donnell School of Arts and Technology may undergo a … Read More
To advance female representation in the STEAM fields and help foster connections among those female students, University Housing is piloting a program in fall 2017 called Women in STEAM, … Read More
Correction: In a previous version of this story, Greg Metz’s title was misattributed. The Mercury regrets this error.
Art students may soon have to seek alternative spaces to … Read More
13-year-old freshman to start classes at UTD in fall
Qurans found in SU bathroom
New rail line to be built near Northside apartments, campus
Steven Crowder Harms Debate
RISD proposes possible new teacher salary raises
UTD fast-track medical program loses funding
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June 16, 2019
ATEC students showcase video game at Dreamhack Dallas event
Artists find creative haven in west Dallas warehouse
Longtime BBS professor passes away at 70 years
Esports department gives back through summer camp