Noncompliant?

Noncompliant?

ATEC revising doctoral program after complaint, third party investigation  The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools reviewed, starting in 2013, UTD and the Arts and Technology program after accusations were made by a student that the program was not up to academic standards. While the ATEC program was cleared on...

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Student details life with HIV

Student details life with HIV

Austin Mordahl vividly remembers the exact moment he was notified he tested positive for HIV. “It was like a scary movie,” Mordahl said.  “I got a letter in the mail stamped confidential from Carter Blood Services. It was absolutely terrifying.” Mordahl, a software engineering freshman, received the news after trying...

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State proposes budget cuts for STD prevention programs

State proposes budget cuts for STD prevention programs

Texas House calls for $3 million reduction in funding A recent amendment to the Texas state budget has proposed a $3 million cut from HIV and STD prevention programs and diverts the funding to abstinence education. In 2013, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that Texas had approximately...

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Woodley saves second chapter in “Divergent” trilogy

Woodley saves second chapter in “Divergent” trilogy

The second installment of the “Divergent” trilogy struggles to break away from a slew of current teen fare exploring dystopian worlds, despite a strong performance from rising star Shailene Woodley. Directed by Robert Schwentke, “Insurgent” starts off where the first film ended with Tris (Woodley) and Four (Theo James) on...

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Breaking Boundaries

Breaking Boundaries

For some, March’s warming weather and days indicate the beginning of spring. For the Galerstein Women’s Center and feminists across the world, March means Women’s History Month. In the late ’70s, Sarah Lawrence College, the Women’s Action Alliance and the Smithsonian Institution came together to put on a two-week conference...

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