Math Research: How Does it Work?

Math Research: How Does it Work?

Take an inside look at how UTD’s mathematical scientists operate, solve problems using high dimension math When people think of research, they imagine a scientist in a white lab coat pipetting chemicals or culturing cells on a petri dish. But when asked to consider “math research,” what comes to mind?...

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Professor Continues Exploration of Italian Art as President of Art Society

Professor Continues Exploration of Italian Art as President of Art Society

Professor of visual and performing arts Mark Rosen was recently elected as president of the Italian Art Society.  Founded in 1987, The Italian Art Society is a foundation dedicated to the study and promotion of Italian art and architecture. It is made up of a few hundred members who are...

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Orion Redesign Offers Better User Experience to Students, Applicants

Orion Redesign Offers Better User Experience to Students, Applicants

On Oct. 28, the Office of Information Technology made sweeping changes to the Orion Student Center. The new layout is now mobile-friendly compared to the previous design where accessing the website from a mobile device was not as intuitive, the changes make it easier to navigate and have higher user...

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University Receives NSF Funding for Scholarship

University Receives NSF Funding for Scholarship

Through funding provided by the National Science Foundation, UTD is taking part in a nationwide effort to fund the graduate education of minority students. After being selected for the NSF’s Bridge to the Doctorate program, the university was awarded $1.1 million to support the education of 12 minority students’ graduate...

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Students Rally around Death Row Inmate

Students Rally around Death Row Inmate

Junior hosts letter-writing party in support of man whose capital punishment case received nationwide attention, outrage The impending execution of one death row inmate in Texas has sparked outrage nationwide after new evidence cast doubt on his guilty verdict. In one UTD apartment, students gathered to try and save his...

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Student Union to Add New Service Bar

Student Union to Add New Service Bar

Project expands on previous efforts from Office of Information Technology Amidst the ping-pong tables, eateries and reclining areas in the Student Union, the Office of Information Technology is planning to add a new element: a “knowledge bar.” This knowledge bar will be located in the sitting area to the left...

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‘They ruined their life  by doing this’

‘They ruined their life by doing this’

Students, ex-member talk about experiences with Elohim Bible Study Club Editor’s Note: Christy’s name has been changed to protect her identity due to fear of retribution from church members. Editor’s Note: This article has been updated since publication to include quotes from another UTD student who was approached by club...

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Singing the ‘Typical Story’

Singing the ‘Typical Story’

Hobo Johnson along with Nate Curry, The Philharmonik and Mom Jeans recently  took the stage at the House of Blues in Dallas to promote his sophomore album. Filled with performances of old and new songs, Hobo Johnson provided a hype show for fans. The openers at the Oct. 14 show...

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Freshman Magician Brings Tips, Tricks to New Club

Freshman Magician Brings Tips, Tricks to New Club

Without even seeing the card that was picked, he knew what the exact card was. A marked deck — cards with supposedly indiscernible patterns that would indicate the exact card — was what garnered the reactions of shock that stayed with computer science freshman and magician Micah Katz. Katz began...

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UH Implements New Rules for Packages

A new University Housing policy has tightened residents’ timeframe to pick up food packages. Perishable food in deliveries can go bad by the time University Housing residents pick them up, which prompted a deadline for when residents need to check out their packages. “My parents sent me a care package...

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