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Auxiliary Services holds bike sale

Auxiliary Services sells items to the public three times year: a furniture sale in September and January, as well as a bike sale,...


Response to immigrant reform tepid

Immigrant rights groups believe President’s executive order weak, might not last President Obama’s executive action on immigration reform announced on Nov. 20 has...

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Still DREAMing

UTD siblings reflect on living as undocumented immigrants in United States It was Election Day in 2008 and Abigail Cortes and her mom...

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Veterans’ wall visits campus

Public pays tribute to Vietnam vets at traveling memorial replica, mobile center A half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C....

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Men’s soccer falls in NCAA second round

For the first time in program history, the men’s soccer team hosted the NCAA tournament from Nov. 15-16. Even though it hosted, the...

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Mayor: Sharing info key to handling Ebola outbreak

Transparency in communication was crucial to confronting the public fear after the first Ebola case in Dallas caught the city’s health officials and...

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UTD PD Blotter

Nov. 4 • An officer investigated a report of graffiti on the south side of the Activity Center around 2 p.m. Nov. 5...

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