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All-male dance team gains national recognition
3 months ago

All-male dance team gains national recognition

UTD’s Bollywood fusion all-male dance team earned a spot in the first national dance competition of the 2018-2019 season.

Bollywood fusion dance encompasses styles from hip hop to bhangra. The …
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Military food: Meals ready to eat
3 months ago

Military food: Meals ready to eat

Two weeks ago, I thought military food was bland, tasteless and solely there to provide ample calories and nutrients for soldiers at war. While military food does serve the last …
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Student promotes LGBTQ+ visibility
4 months ago

Student promotes LGBTQ+ visibility

After a summer spent in India, international political economy sophomore Julie Le was inspired to organize a photo shoot focused on LGBTQ+ Asian Americans.

“In America, I identify as …
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Alum finds calling in acting
4 months ago

Alum finds calling in acting

Ever since he won a contest to be featured in a Super Bowl commercial, one UTD alum has starred in several aired television commercials and web series.

Neuroscience graduate Anil …
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Graduate directs school for kids
4 months ago

Graduate directs school for kids

A few miles north of campus, a UTD alumna founded a private school centered around discussion-based learning. The school is now celebrating its five-year anniversary.

Attending UTD during her junior …
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Comets compost to curb food waste
4 months ago

Comets compost to curb food waste

Students residing in on-campus apartments can now join a composting program to learn about reducing food waste.

Members of the Green Initiative of Student Government partnered with several on-campus departments …
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Residence hall courtyards to feature fruit trees, greenery
4 months ago

Residence hall courtyards to feature fruit trees, greenery

In recognition of Texas Arbor Day, Facilities Management worked with the Office of Student Volunteerism to plant fruit trees in residence hall courtyards.

Gary Cocke, the associate director of energy …
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Performance of  ‘Julius Caesar’ to reel in audience
4 months ago

Performance of ‘Julius Caesar’ to reel in audience

To coincide with the upcoming midterm elections, the School of Arts and Humanities will be presenting a production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” in early November.

The tragedy of Julius …
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Nordic dinner: simple but delicious
4 months ago

Nordic dinner: simple but delicious

Coming from a Pakistani family, I was always used to the heavy spices and extravagant flavors of my home country’s dishes. After trying a traditional Nordic dinner, I realized that …
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Homeless serve hope to community
4 months ago

Homeless serve hope to community

A Dallas cafe is providing the community with food, drinks and job opportunities for the homeless.

CitySquare Cafe opened April 23 as an extension of the nonprofit organization CitySquare, which …
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