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Chinese history professor talks ancient rituals

Harvard lecturer gives lecture on old Confucian philosophy  Most people would not consider ancient Chinese philosophy to be useful in the modern age...

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Abstract art professor teaches from experience

Painting lecturer Michelle Mackey uses background as career painter in course, works in New York on sets for TV shows At seven years...


Senior captain battles with injury

As the pile of bodies continued to grow on top of him, he thought he was going to die. Nolan Harvey, a point...

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Black History Month

Black leaders on campus discuss community, success When the late historian Carter G. Woodson started the Association for The Study of Afro-American Life...

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Coming out of hibernation

Jan. 14, 2015 Nesquik Snack Attack — As a part of the Winter Welcome Back, the Nesquik Bunny stopped by the Chess Plaza...

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TwoPianists perform

Husband and wife duo travel world, master art of piano She slightly rose in place, like she was hearing her own music for...


Sideline Stories 1: UTD all-time leader in assists takes role as second-in-command after solid career, aims to be a head coach one day

It was the start of the 2007 basketball season, and the men’s basketball team had traveled to Buffalo, N.Y., to play in a...


Women look to build on teamwork to take on tough ASC

The women’s basketball team is looking to rebound it it’s quest to claim the ASC title after it’s season ended abruptly in last...

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Behind the Ink

UTD students share the tales behind their tattoos—and insights into their experiences—with the Mercury. “I think more people have tattoos than other people...


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