TwoPianists perform

TwoPianists perform

Husband and wife duo travel world, master art of piano She slightly rose in place, like she was hearing her own music for the first time. Her head and body rotated in a circular motion, following the range of pitches. His head tilted in her direction as they exchanged reminiscent...

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Guest prof highlights role of women in Nazi Germany, Holocaust

Guest prof highlights role of women in Nazi Germany, Holocaust

In 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed, and Ukraine became an independent country. This, for author and professor Wendy Lower, left many questions on German history unanswered and many archives on the Holocaust undiscovered. “The question remained, what about all those regional offices where the Germans had set up their operations...

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Familiar Faces

Familiar Faces

Research prof explores facial recognition, what makes faces memorable Every time someone looks at a face, neurons are at work. They are storing the faces of the friend made at school, the cashier at Macy’s encountered briefly and even the face of the model on the front cover of Vogue....

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Examining Ebola

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 the declaration as premature and harmful to the county, after an emergency meeting on Oct. 15 concerning the Ebola outbreak. The County has imposed travel restrictions on...

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LGBT History Month 2014

LGBT History Month 2014

Created in 1994, LGBT History Month celebrates the achievements of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) individuals. Unfortunately, the LGBT community faces exclusion from history education in many nations worldwide. Equality Forum, a nonprofit organization that helps advocated LGBT civil rights through education, is one of the largest proponents of LGBT History Month....

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Director shares stories of women’s rights struggle

When she was 9 years old, Jennifer Lee didn’t just hear about the women’s liberation movement in New York; she lived it. “The women’s movement was happening, and you absorbed it,” Lee said. “The feeling of that movement was one of incredible promise and joy.” Three decades later in 2004,...

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University officials: We’re monitoring the outbreak

University officials: We’re monitoring the outbreak

The recent outbreak of Ebola in Dallas has prompted officials from the national to the local level, including those at UTD, to address the issue. On Sept. 30, Thomas Eric Duncan, a native of Liberia, tested positive for the virus at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. He is currently being held...

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‘Frozen’ sisters make debut on ‘Once Upon a Time’ season premiere

‘Frozen’ sisters make debut on ‘Once Upon a Time’ season premiere

“Once Upon a Time” season four promises to be one of hope and unforeseen ethical challenges Overnight, our lives can change for the better – that is unless we’re Storybrooke residents in “Once Upon a Time’s“ fourth season premiere: “A Tale of Two Sisters,” which aired Sept. 28. In the...

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