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Searching for your sunrise

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Motivation. It’s the fuel, the invigorator, the sunrise on our otherwise dark desert of endless schoolwork. But most of us have those days — sometimes many days in a row …
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Advocacy instead of afterthoughts

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As a student who uses a power wheelchair daily, I have experienced physical and academic hinderances at UTD. These obstacles are more prevalent than the average able-bodied student may realize.


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No cause for celebration

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A graduation ceremony is the pinnacle of collegiate success. It is the opportunity to gather together friends and family to commemorate years of hard work and the end of an …
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More campus sustainability measures necessary
11 months ago

More campus sustainability measures necessary

In the last decade, UTD has made great strides in making the campus more sustainable, but there is still work to be done to make life better for both students …
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Sensationalism of child actors causes long-term damage
11 months ago

Sensationalism of child actors causes long-term damage

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Child actors and influencers are subject to public scrutiny as a result of media sensationalism and social media networks. While seeing child actors all over news articles and videos is …
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UTD should consider upgrading older buildings
1 year ago

UTD should consider upgrading older buildings

Since its opening in the 1970s, UTD now holds 27,000 students. To accommodate for this constantly growing population, we have the visitor center and bookstore, ATEC, JSOM, BSB and an …
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Publications risk closure due to loss of funding, resources
1 year ago

Publications risk closure due to loss of funding, resources

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News media is present in the lives of students whether they choose to indulge in it or not, and can be found in the form of broadcast, radio or more …
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Confederate monuments symbolize white supremacy
1 year ago

Confederate monuments symbolize white supremacy

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The debate over Confederate monuments is still going strong as the Dallas city council decides whether or not to remove the city’s remaining Confederate statues. The fact that these monuments …
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Art classes are vital to college experience
1 year ago

Art classes are vital to college experience

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It’s a known fact that the arts are underrepresented at UTD, with the destruction of the Art Barn and the lack of real updates to the current arts buildings. However …
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School shootings can’t be forgotten
1 year ago

School shootings can’t be forgotten

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With the recent shootings at Michigan State University and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School within the last two weeks, the national conversation about gun control is becoming prevalent. As shootings …
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