Baseball team falls to Condordia in ASC tournament

The baseball team lost in a 5-2 contest to Concordia, knocking them out of the ASC tournament. The top-seeded Tornados only outhit the Comets 7 to 6 , but the major difference was the 3 errors committed by UTD. Concordia will advance to play for the ASC championship against LeTourneau....

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SG appoints members to Senate in first meeting

Student Government president Brooke Knudtson took the podium for the first time at the May 6 SG meeting after being elected, and she appointed new members to senate. Senate confirmed the appointment of biology sophomore Kevin Dang, business administration senior Chidi Echebiri, finance sophomore Aishwarya Ravindran, political science senior Tim...

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Baseball team heads to ASC tourney

Baseball team heads to ASC tourney

The baseball team will begin postseason play Wednesday, May 7, against the Sul Ross State Lobos at Concordia University in Austin. Concordia, who has the No. 1 seed in the tournament, will host the tournament as a reward for clinching the ASC’s regular season championship. The Comets, who finished the...

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Overcoming obstacles focus of TEDxUTD talk

Overcoming obstacles focus of TEDxUTD talk

The lineup at TEDxUTD on Sunday, April 13, included six speakers from the UTD community and two talks streamed online. Albert Ok, undecided freshman, and one of three student speakers selected from an audition pool of eleven, discussed the practice of “tricking.” Tricking is a street-style gymnastic that involves using...

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Slideshow: Spring Blowout Bash with Anamanaguchi & Nite

Slideshow: Spring Blowout Bash with Anamanaguchi & Nite

On Thursday, April 17, the Visual Arts Building, or Art Barn, was host to Denton-based Nite and New York-based Anamanaguchi for Radio UTD’s Spring Blowout Bash. The event was also sponsored by The Mercury, AMP and UTD TV.

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For those with vision loss, sunglasses featuring diamond-coated chip could partially restore sight

For those with vision loss, sunglasses featuring diamond-coated chip could partially restore sight

A world without blindness may sound like something out of a sci-fi novel, but thanks to the research of material science professor Orlando Auciello, it may someday become a reality. For more than a decade Auciello has taken part in a joint federally and privately funded project made up of...

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Worker death fuels protest against unsafe work conditions close to UTD

Worker death fuels protest against unsafe work conditions close to UTD

About two dozen demonstrators and observers met on a rainy, bitter cold Saturday on Nov. 23, at the construction site for State Farm regional headquarters on North Plano Rd, to honor the death of Rodolfo Santillan, a construction worker who lost his life at the site on Nov. 18. Santillan...

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New ATEC’s first concert a huge success

New ATEC’s first concert a huge success

The first musical concert “De Rerum Natura (2013)” played on the evening of Saturday, Nov. 9, to a sold out auditorium brimming with students, faculty and members of the community in the new Edith O’Donell building. In attendance were David Daniel, president of the university, Hobson Widenthal, provost and other...

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Watch the gypsy enthrall in George Bizet’s opera, Carmen

Watch the gypsy enthrall in George Bizet’s opera, Carmen

The Dallas Opera’s 2013-2014 season name “Love Transformed”opened Oct. 25 with the crowd favorite French opera, Carmen, by George Bizet and and will play until Nov. 10. Opening night had one of the largest bloc parties with a clicker count of 3,764 people who filled up Klyde Warren Park to...

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