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Homeless youth face uphill fight

Misunderstanding of struggles young adults face when living through homelessness leads to stigmatization, scapegoating  Jose is having a bad day. He can’t concentrate...

Life & Arts

Brewery Brothers

Alumni make non-traditional beers in Fort Worth business  It was just about six o’clock and dozens of people had lined up at the...

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Abstract art professor teaches from experience

Painting lecturer Michelle Mackey uses background as career painter in course, works in New York on sets for TV shows At seven years...


Ferguson records show disparity, injustice

The March 4 report by the Justice Department on policing in Ferguson, Missouri came with mixed messages about the national dialogue on race...

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Dallas music scene emerges

Take a drive through Deep Ellum on any given weekend and you’ll likely hear local music echoing among the old buildings covered in...

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Black History Month

Black leaders on campus discuss community, success When the late historian Carter G. Woodson started the Association for The Study of Afro-American Life...

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Local film highlights mystery surrounding human trafficking

Amber Stevens was just a normal girl who, like many teens, would sneak out of her parent’s house to find a good party....

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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...

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Band of Brothers

Students from UTD, UTA form indie rock outfit Duo Contra, sign with record label to release debut album Duo Contra, an alternative and...


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