Nandika Mansingka


Farage needs to be removed from the classroom

Students, alumni, members of the LGBTQ community nationwide and many allies are clamoring for UTD to cut ties with computer science instructor Timothy...


More waits than weight

Overcrowded spaces, long wait periods and a lack of quantity and quality of equipment are only a few of the complaints expressed by...


UTD returns to fully in-person

After six weeks of de-densified instruction, UTD administration made the decision to return campus to full density. Classes will be back in person...


Fire near campus

A house close to campus near Huntington Drive caught fire on the evening of Saturday, Sept. 4. Firefighters arrived on scene at approximately...


Housing modifies testing requirements for students arriving from abroad

Due to rising COVID-19 cases, students arriving from an international destination and moving into campus housing will be subject to more stringent entry...


Comet Cab Comeback

Following an extended suspension of regular campus transportation, the Parking and Transportation Office is preparing for Comet Cabs to return to full functionality...


UTD and UTSW partner in new research facilities

UT Southwestern Medical Center and UTD’s Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science have partnered together to create the Center for Imaging...

Life & Arts

Chalking up school spirit

Several individuals and organizations came together to decorate campus grounds with spirit-themed artwork, kicking off the second year of the UTD Chalk Art...


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