Presidential hopefuls gear up for another race, attempt to connect with millenials As the nation prepares to cast ballots on Nov. 8, the...

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Storms rip through Rowlett, Garland

A series of storms and tornadoes left a trail of destruction throughout the DFW area on Dec. 26, including in the usually quiet...


Race relations explored

In the aftermath of the heated protests at the University of Missouri over racial incidents and allegations of inequality, officials on UTD’s campus...

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OSV’s garden relocated

Community Garden moved to Phase 1 with additional features The project to extend Loop Road has begun on the spot where the Community...


Syrian refugees gain entry

Despite states’ objection, refugees admitted by federal ruling After the horrifying terrorist attacks in Paris, the issue of allowing Syrian refugees entry into...


Memorial for transgender victims marked by grafitti

LGBT groups seek better awareness on campus after incident A display made on one of the spirit rocks in remembrance of transgender individuals...


Student stars in Nat Geo Jersusalem documentary

Film highlights life of women of different religions in holy city Almost all 297 seats were filled at the Perot Museum’s Hoglund Foundation...


Tuition Increase Proposed

UPDATE: The UT System Board of Regents approved proposed tuition increases from universities within the System on Feb. 29.  At UTD, the Regents...


Couple gets married in Lot T

Correction: In a previous version of this story Zack Gentry’s name was misspelled and he was incorrectly identified as a minister ordained by...


Man’s Best Friends

Service dogs help owners on campus live easier lives Matthew Schroeder has had a much easier time dealing with certain aspects of being...


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