Vedic Org brings vegetarian lunches

Vedic Org brings vegetarian lunches

Coconut curries and vegetable fritters are some of the meal options available through the Krishna lunch program, a vegetarian food service on campus that launched this fall semester. The Vedic Organization for Inspiration, Culture and Education, or VOICE, started offering $5 vegetarian lunch boxes at the beginning of September in...

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UTDPD Blotter

UTDPD Blotter

Oct. 19 • A student was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia at 10:18 p.m. Oct. 20 • An unaffiliated person was arrested on Loop Road for possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, driving without a license and other agency warrants. • A student reported the theft of...

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SG Report

Residential affairs committee chair Akshitha Padigela announced the committee is looking into rent-a-room services for dorms on campus. This will allow visitors on campus to rent out a vacant dorm room for a short period of time, similar to a hotel service. SG president Brooke Knudtson said the idea arose...

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Students, staff propose sustainable ideas for campus at green fair

Students, staff propose sustainable ideas for campus at green fair

Students presented science-fair-style projects displaying green initiatives and environmentally sustainable ideas for the campus on Oct. 9 at the annual Green Fair. The fair was put on by the UTD chapter of Enactus, an international nonprofit organization that utilizes entrepreneurial skills to give back to the community in different ways...

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New online tool offers data on job prospects, wages

New online tool offers data on job prospects, wages

As of last week, current and incoming students at the undergraduate and graduate levels across Texas can use seekUT, a new website that shows expected salaries out of college and expected student loan debt. UT System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa created the Student Debt Reduction Task Force to study the problem...

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Familiar Faces

Familiar Faces

Research prof explores facial recognition, what makes faces memorable Every time someone looks at a face, neurons are at work. They are storing the faces of the friend made at school, the cashier at Macy’s encountered briefly and even the face of the model on the front cover of Vogue....

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