Thought provoking statistics from The Mercury
Alumna Irene Morse cycles through northern U.S. to raise funds for affordable housing
Irene Morse, a recently graduated McDermott scholar, started her 70-day bicycle tour across the northern … Read More
Robokind aims to change the way humans interact with robots with its latest model, the ZENO R25. The robot sports a variety of social features and is able to carry … Read More
Student Government president Brooke Knudtson took the podium for the first time at the May 6 SG meeting after being elected, and she appointed new members to senate.
Senate confirmed … Read More
Severe charges leveled against TA
An anonymous person sent out a mass email to UTD’s Chinese network on April 15, accusing a male international graduate TA of severe … Read More
• An unaffiliated female was arrested on two outstanding Richardson city warrants for speeding and no insurance on Waterview Parkway around 10:30 a.m.
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Senator Janani Sundaresan presented a proposal to create school councils in each of the six UTD schools at the April 15 Student Government meeting.
SG has … Read More
New long-term studies tackle the neurological, socio-economic impact
UTD professors are making new discoveries on the scientific and socio-economic effects of marijuana.
Francesca Filbey, associate professor in … Read More
It was a solemn yet heartfelt ceremony, bringing everyone to tears, remembering 11 students who died during the past year.
UTD’s first annual student memorial, “Comets Remember,” which … Read More
UTD reaches Tier One status…but not really
Hopsin’s album leaves sour taste
UTD considers DII move
Confucius Institute under FBI scrutiny
Say your prayers
Richardson mayor focus of ethics investigation
Q&A: Colin Allred
May 4, 2018
UTD benefactor Margaret McDermott passes away at 106
May 3, 2018
UTD should consider upgrading older buildings
May 1, 2018
Fighting for Justice in South Dallas Community
Q&A with Don Tapscott
April 30, 2018
App helps students track class openings