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New tutoring space opens for engineering, computer science majors
3 years ago

New tutoring space opens for engineering, computer science majors

Clubs on campus helped put together a new space to assist upper-level engineering and computer science majors with their studies.

Throughout the summer and this semester, the space, located in …
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Founder of Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies passed away
3 years ago

Founder of Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies passed away

Edward Ackerman, the founder of the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies at UTD, passed away on Oct. 1 at the age of 88.

He established the program for Holocaust studies …
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Assailant knocks out campus internet
3 years ago

Assailant knocks out campus internet

Two weeks ago an unknown assailant disrupted campus internet networks and the UTD website for unknown reasons, causing campus-wide intermittent internet outages.

The Distributed Denial of Service attacks …
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Dallas seeks healing with ‘Love in the Streets’ after tragedy
3 years ago

Dallas seeks healing with ‘Love in the Streets’ after tragedy

On Saturday night, people met at the northernmost tip of Klyde Warren Park in downtown Dallas to spread peace after five police officers passed away in a gunfire ambush about …
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Campus teeming with ‘Pokemon Go’ players
3 years ago

Campus teeming with ‘Pokemon Go’ players

Lately, it’s become common to see students hurry by in small groups, fixated on their dimly lit phone screens. It may be well past midnight, but campus isn’t asleep just …
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Student lands in Istanbul hours after terrorist attack
3 years ago

Student lands in Istanbul hours after terrorist attack

Incoming freshman Sarah Whipple was scheduled to board a flight to Istanbul last Tuesday evening when her phone began to buzz with messages from friends and relatives.

That night, terrorists …
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Students honor victims of Orlando shooting with vigil
3 years ago

Students honor victims of Orlando shooting with vigil

Over 70 members of the UTD community gathered on Wednesday evening for a vigil to honor the 49 victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla.

The event, which …
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Wildflower Music Festival doesn’t disappoint
3 years ago

Wildflower Music Festival doesn’t disappoint

Between May 20 and 22, people gathered in Richardson for the Wildflower Arts and Music festival. The Festival offered performances on multiple stages from well-known artists, such as ASIA and …
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Campus recognizes loss of BBS professor
3 years ago

Campus recognizes loss of BBS professor

Students and faculty in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences are mourning the loss of a longtime professor.

Jack Birchfield, a BBS lecturer, passed away at the age of …
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Campus mourns loss of former student media advisor
3 years ago

Campus mourns loss of former student media advisor

Faculty and students both in library management and student media are mourning the loss of Misty Hawley, the communications manager for the library since 2013 and a former assistant director …
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