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On-campus health services improve ease of access

By  •  Opinion

“Hi, here is a care package on behalf of the Student Wellness Center. Have a happy spring break,” said a student volunteer as she cheerfully went around, dropping care …
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‘Godzilla’ the best actor in the Gareth Edwards movie
4 years ago

‘Godzilla’ the best actor in the Gareth Edwards movie

Godzilla, the “King of Monsters,” is back in a “Godzillian” way mesmerizing old seasoned fans and the new generation of kids who will watch it with their parents.

The …
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“Beyond Right or Wrong” tells a tale of forgiveness
4 years ago

“Beyond Right or Wrong” tells a tale of forgiveness

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A young man walks up to a woman in a Rwandan village and confesses to killing her children, and then, he asks for forgiveness.

The woman, Beata, had lost her …
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‘Universe’ exhibit debuts at gallery
5 years ago

‘Universe’ exhibit debuts at gallery

MFA student uses rust, recycled materials to make asteroid-like installations

Visitors to the McKinney Avenue Contemporary were led through a small hallway into a white room that flowed with …
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Interests on loans too much for students

By  •  Opinion

No student in America should have to forgo higher education for the lack of financial resources. There are scholarships for students offered by universities, colleges and many for profit education …
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Faculty couples thrive as co-workers
5 years ago

Faculty couples thrive as co-workers

As Valentine’s Day fast approaches, two married couples at UTD have found themselves in a unique position to work together.

One couple who found each other at UTD are chemistry …
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Healthcare.gov needs more coverage options
5 years ago

Healthcare.gov needs more coverage options

By  •  Opinion

The new year loomed around the corner and so did the deadline to apply for healthcare insurance, which was extended to Dec. 31 at 11:59 p.m., if a person wanted …
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Disabled after political violence, Zambian student fights for rights
5 years ago

Disabled after political violence, Zambian student fights for rights

Daniel Nsomekala sat in a wheel chair patiently waiting for the UTD 883 shuttle on a warm November morning. The bus arrived and the driver got up patiently, moved to …
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Lessons from Mandela’s legacy

Working with opponents key to resolve polarized debates, enable changes

It is funny how you always tend to remember where you were and what you were doing when news of …
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Ninpo Taijutsu Club trains students in mind, body
5 years ago

Ninpo Taijutsu Club trains students in mind, body

Students learn unarmed, defensive skills

Ever Monday at 8 p.m., a group of students move in a line quietly in the Galaxy Rooms as they come to a mat, and …
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