‘Crisis’ to premiere March 16

‘Crisis’ to premiere March 16

Despite potential intrigues and twists, show may fail due to poor dramatization NBC is currently going through quite the rebuilding process. Once the epitome of television, the network is failing to get even mediocre ratings on their new shows, both comedy and drama. Recently, the network has attempted to create...

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Gamers — a growing group on campus

Gamers — a growing group on campus

ATEC Building’s gaming library notable part of flourishing video game community Deep in the halls of the third floor of the Arts and Technology Building on campus is an archive of video games that students can play for fun and educational purposes called the gaming library. The library contains over...

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And the Oscar goes to …

And the Oscar goes to …

Mercury film critics predict who will take home the gold for primary categories at 86th Academy Awards airing March 2. Best Picture – Shyam Vedantam Nominations: American Hustle, Captain Phillips, Dallas Buyers Club, Her, Nebraska, Philomena, 12 Years a Slave, The Wolf of Wall Street, Gravity Picking a film to...

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In Search of Monuments: author Robert Edsel advocates protecting culture during war

In Search of Monuments: author Robert Edsel advocates protecting culture during war

In 1938, Nazi Germany had stolen Harry Ettlinger’s home and forced his family to flee to the U.S. Six years later, he returned as an American private ready to take back his home country and became part of an unexpected mission in the process. Ettlinger’s one of the last surviving...

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Author Robert Edsel advocates protecting culture during war

Author Robert Edsel advocates protecting culture during war

In 1938, Nazi Germany had stolen Harry Ettlinger’s home and forced his family to flee to the U.S. Six years later, he returned as an American private ready to take back his home country and became part of an unexpected mission in the process. Ettlinger’s one of the last surviving...

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Faculty couples thrive as co-workers

Faculty couples thrive as co-workers

As Valentine’s Day fast approaches, two married couples at UTD have found themselves in a unique position to work together. One couple who found each other at UTD are chemistry professors Michael Biewer and Michaela Stefan. To say that these two love chemistry would be an understatement. Both associate professors...

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Heritage month draws mixed views

Heritage month draws mixed views

Efforts to honor Native American culture met with some skepticism Storyteller Amy Bruton-Bluemel sported her deep-red Chickasaw regalia as she spoke about the lives of Native Americans in the past and present at the Nov. 5 celebration for Native American Heritage Month set up by the Multicultural Center in the...

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Ninpo Taijutsu Club trains students in mind, body

Ninpo Taijutsu Club trains students in mind, body

Students learn unarmed, defensive skills Ever Monday at 8 p.m., a group of students move in a line quietly in the Galaxy Rooms as they come to a mat, and with a quick chant of the specific move they are executing, each person flings onto the mat, landing effortlessly in...

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New ATEC’s first concert a huge success

New ATEC’s first concert a huge success

The first musical concert “De Rerum Natura (2013)” played on the evening of Saturday, Nov. 9, to a sold out auditorium brimming with students, faculty and members of the community in the new Edith O’Donell building. In attendance were David Daniel, president of the university, Hobson Widenthal, provost and other...

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Watch the gypsy enthrall in George Bizet’s opera, Carmen

Watch the gypsy enthrall in George Bizet’s opera, Carmen

The Dallas Opera’s 2013-2014 season name “Love Transformed”opened Oct. 25 with the crowd favorite French opera, Carmen, by George Bizet and and will play until Nov. 10. Opening night had one of the largest bloc parties with a clicker count of 3,764 people who filled up Klyde Warren Park to...

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