I first stepped foot on UTD soil in 2007 as an 18-year-old kid with a slight interest in mathematics and computers. At the time, I had only spent three years … Read More
Every day I wake up and I take a thousand things for granted. I forget that not everyone everywhere is free, like I am, to think, say, and do whatever … Read More
As a rebuttal to the graphic titled “Human rights are SO two hours ago:” Changing your Facebook profile in order to raise awareness of human rights issues does just that … Read More
When someone asks me how I think these next two semesters will pan out, I immediately think of three words: exciting, busy and fast.
These words could aptly … Read More
Letter to the Editor
My dearest colleagues and friends, It is such an honor to get an opportunity to draft a farewell. It has been a privilege to serve the … Read More
Speaking Out on Abortion
How Healthy is it to Eat at UTD?
Students ‘Finesse’ Free Food using Community Chat
Texas Passes Law Against Unsolicited Lewd Photos
New Free Speech Law Goes into Effect in Texas
UTD Opens New Center for Asian Studies
You Think You’re Funny?
September 15, 2019
Cray-Z for Money
Men’s Cross Country Leads First Two Races of Season
Women’s Soccer Starts Season Undefeated