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Junior spreads smiles through baked goods
3 months ago

Junior spreads smiles through baked goods

A student combined his passions for people and creation to start his own baking business. Since he introduced it to his network at UTD, he has been growing its reach …
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Students run to beat cancer
3 months ago

Students run to beat cancer

UTD’s pre-health honor society, Alpha Epsilon Delta, held its first-ever color run Sunday afternoon.

Color runs are untimed, 5-kilometer races in which participants are doused in colored powders at various …
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Q&A: Hector Cantú
3 months ago

Q&A: Hector Cantú

Creative writer Hector Cantu, the co-creator of the widely syndicated Baldo comic strip, visited UTD on March 25 to give a lecture sponsored by the School of Arts and Humanities. …
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Whatcha Eatin’? American Classics

Some of the most beloved foods in American cuisine are simple but interesting and unique. A combination of fruit puree and peanut paste between slices of bread makes a delicious …
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Whatcha Eatin’? Kimchi
3 months ago

Whatcha Eatin’? Kimchi

Call me crazy, but I adore all things fermented, such as miso, kombucha or sauerkraut. Beyond the fact that eating fermented food offers a number of health benefits, fermented food …
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Downward dog, upward goat
3 months ago

Downward dog, upward goat

Goat Yoga Richardson, a grassroots organization that offers classes all over the DFW Metroplex, began with just four goats, neighborhood friends and founder Amanda Henderson’s backyard.

The concept of …
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Whatcha Eatin’? Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is an extremely important holiday for Chinese people and is celebrated worldwide. It’s based on the Chinese lunar calendar, which existed since 14th century B.C., and lasts …
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Two cultures blend in border valley region
4 months ago

Two cultures blend in border valley region

For UTD students who hail from the Rio Grande Valley — the region that defines the border between the United States and Mexico — the prospect of a reinforced border …
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Forging new traditions
4 months ago

Forging new traditions

Throughout the year, small decorations can be seen on the Cecil H. Green bust on the side of Green Hall. Behind the decor is a Richardson resident who said he …
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Q&A: Ben Orlin
4 months ago

Q&A: Ben Orlin

Ben Orlin is the author and illustrator of the blog Math with Bad Drawings, which was launched in 2013. He recently published a collection of cartoons called “Math with Bad …
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