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All eyes on UTD V-ball in ASC East
4 years ago

All eyes on UTD V-ball in ASC East

After finishing as the runner-up in last year’s ASC tournament, the volleyball team is looking to move past last season’s finish and get back into championship form.

Losing …
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International Flair
5 years ago

International Flair

Students from all cultures come together to celebrate UTD’s annual iWeek. Festivities featuring food at Passport to the World, performances at the talent show and more.

International Talent Show — Indian …
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Because the Party Don’t Stop
5 years ago

Because the Party Don’t Stop

Coming back from Spring Break, the festivities continue at UTD with Springapalooza, Race 2BeAware 5K, VSA By Night, and Holi.

Holi– Students gather in the intramural fields to celebrate the …
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Female representation lacking in STEM fields
5 years ago

Female representation lacking in STEM fields

Students, faculty explain need for participation from girls in computer science, engineering industries, present role models during event

Women still lag in science, technology, engineering and math jobs as compared …
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New food options to come soon

Student Government made the decision not to join the Texas Student Transportation Infrastructure Alliance, a nonpartisan coalition that supports the Texas Central Railway project at their meeting on Feb. 3. …
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Students, staff propose sustainable ideas for campus at green fair
5 years ago

Students, staff propose sustainable ideas for campus at green fair

Students presented science-fair-style projects displaying green initiatives and environmentally sustainable ideas for the campus on Oct. 9 at the annual Green Fair.

The fair was put on by the UTD …
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Very Superstitious
5 years ago

Very Superstitious

Baseball players take part in game day rituals for good luck

As he walked to the mound, a phrase was shouted out by his high-school teammate. It was one he …
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Examining Ebola
5 years ago

Examining Ebola

Students, faculty weigh in on disease outbreak, hospital protocol

Dallas County officials decided against declaring a state of disaster in the area, citing the declaration as premature and harmful to …
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