Midterm elections 2018

UTD students joined the rest of the country last Tuesday in voting in the midterm elections. For several voters, this election was different...

Campus NewsNews

County divide to have implications for elections

Near Franklyn Jenifer Drive, a congressional district line splits the UTD campus in half. This distinction determines which congressional candidate, county judge and...


Students participate in campaign efforts

As the midterm elections approach, an increasing number of UTD students have become involved in campaigns across the state. Student Government Vice President...

Editor's PicksLife & Arts

Q&A: Colin Allred

Colin Allred, the Democratic candidate in the race to represent Texas’ 32nd congressional district, visited UTD on April 19. The Mercury had a...

Podcast Episodes

Mercury Morning News 10/3/17

https://soundcloud.com/the-mercury/mercury-morning-news-10317 Tune in to hear an interview with a junior who just released his first album, an interview with Texas senate hopeful Beto...


More party platforms needed to represent Americans

Correction: In a previous version of this story, the party that 43 percent of U.S. citizens affiliated with was not identified correctly. The Mercury regrets...


GOP candidates attend church forum in Plano

On Oct. 18, 2015, Republican presidential candidates gathered for the North Texas Presidential Forum at the Prestonwood Baptist Church. Candidates in attendance included...


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