Prof tasked with patching up Hadron collider in Geneva

Prof tasked with patching up Hadron collider in Geneva

Prof tasked with patching up Hadron collider in Geneva When thousands of scientists in Switzerland proved the existence of the Higgs-boson particle in 2012, it was a milestone in scientific history. Now, researchers from UTD are taking a role in continuing one of physics’ most prominent experiments. Kendall Reeves, a...

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University officials: We’re monitoring the outbreak

University officials: We’re monitoring the outbreak

The recent outbreak of Ebola in Dallas has prompted officials from the national to the local level, including those at UTD, to address the issue. On Sept. 30, Thomas Eric Duncan, a native of Liberia, tested positive for the virus at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. He is currently being held...

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Silent Epidemic

Silent Epidemic

Eating disorders plague college campuses, new forms of mental illness surface An epidemic more common than the flu has millions of victims in colleges across the nation. According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, or ANAD, approximately 20 percent of all college students suffer from an...

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Candidate outlines platform on campus

Candidate outlines platform on campus

Affordable education and bringing jobs back to the United States dominated senatorial candidate David Alameel’s talk with students on Oct. 3. The talk, hosted by UTD Democrats, gave students the opportunity to ask questions about Alameel’s platform as he runs for a seat on the U.S. Senate against current senator...

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Congressman to speak on beginnings

Congressman to speak on beginnings

Nonpartisan student group hosts San Antonio lawmaker Joaquin Castro on Oct. 6 Democratic Congressman Joaquin Castro will come to campus on Oct. 6 to speak about his journey as a young legislator and how students can get involved in politics. He is a guest of No Labels UTD, a student...

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Frats open talk on assault

Frats open talk on assault

To read about Prevention and Defense click here. The Interfraternity Council will host “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” to raise awareness about campus sexual assaults, rape and gender violence for the second time Oct. 9 on the Plinth. Members of different fraternities will walk in high heels and dance...

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Sexual Assault: Prevention and Defense

To read about IFC’s initiative click here. The Dean of Students Office handles all cases of sexual misconduct on campus, and all cases have to be reported to UTDPD. The Student Counseling Center provides help with recovery for victims of sexual assault. “I want to encourage people to come in...

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