Katheryn Ho

Life & Arts

The Fix: Okaeri Cafe delights

Searching for a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of student life? Okaeri Cafe may just be the haven you’ve been seeking...

Life & Arts

SUAABtober brings autumnal delight with art, treats

UTD kicked off fall with the SUAABtober festival on Oct. 19, an event that allows students to partake in seasonal activities like tote...


New federal designation could bring funding to Latino students at UTD

UTD is in the process of becoming a Hispanic-Serving Institution, meaning it is aiming to have a 25% Hispanic or Latino undergraduate population....

Life & Arts

Breaking Greek life misconceptions during rush week

UTD hosts over 1,100 students within its 26 chapters of fraternities and sororities — collectively known as Greek life — which connect students...


UTD grandmasters sweep Southwest Open

Computer science and mathematics senior David Brodsky, finance freshman Koustav Chatterjee and economics sophomore Ivan Schitco placed first, second and third respectively in...


Comet cruiser kicks it into high gear

After negotiations between DART and UTD, on Aug. 7 the Comet Cruiser east line began running every 15 minutes on weekdays instead of...


Meet the Editors Behind The Mercury Newspaper

Fatimah: Fatimah Azeem is a psychology senior from Dallas, Texas. She’s been working at The Mercury since she was a freshman, starting off...



UTD welcomed new Comets through their Weeks of Welcome events, a vibrant and exhilarating experience that left a lasting impression on all who...

Life & Arts

Japan: Form and Function

One of the largest collections of Japanese folk art in the Western world is currently on display until April 14, 2024 in the...


Recent Canadian wildfires put earth’s ozone layer, DFW air quality at risk

The Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex has been facing intense heat waves and poor air quality partially due to Canadian wildfires that began in March,...

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