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Campus hosts ribbon cutting ceremony for new SSA building
2 years ago

Campus hosts ribbon cutting ceremony for new SSA building

University officials and student organization leaders hosted a ribbon cutting event to celebrate the opening of the Student Services Building Addition on Feb. 2.

The addition is 68,000 square feet …
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SG senators vote to adopt resolution to condemn ‘bathroom bill’
2 years ago

SG senators vote to adopt resolution to condemn ‘bathroom bill’

On Jan. 24, the Student Government senators voted 28 to 7 in favor of adopting a resolution condemning Senate Bill 6, or the “bathroom bill,” that was …
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UTD investigates bug clouds
3 years ago

UTD investigates bug clouds

Clouds have been noticeable since beginning of year, stem from large amount of excess water

Facilities Management will begin to implement strategies this month to eliminate the clouds of …
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SG adopts LGBT/GSRM resolution
3 years ago

SG adopts LGBT/GSRM resolution

Student Government unanimously passed a resolution opposing efforts by the Texas legislature to curb the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals and gender, sexual and romantic minorities at …
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Passive elections, leaders contribute to indifference
3 years ago

Passive elections, leaders contribute to indifference

Student apathy toward campus issues is often a direct consequence of passive leadership.

Student bodies across the nation have boasted of widespread activist endeavors in the past, which include fighting …
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SG officers’ work cut out
3 years ago

SG officers’ work cut out

Correction: A previous version of this article misstated the length of time required for a senator to serve before running for President and Vice President. The Mercury regrets this error.


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Meet the candidate
4 years ago

Meet the candidate

Caitlynn Fortner is a international political economy junior from Dalton, Georgia. She chose UTD for its emphasis on academics and its diversity. Since high school, she’s focused on fighting hunger …
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New food options to come soon

Student Government made the decision not to join the Texas Student Transportation Infrastructure Alliance, a nonpartisan coalition that supports the Texas Central Railway project at their meeting on Feb. 3. …
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Ballot Bound
4 years ago

Ballot Bound

Public affairs sophomore Brooke Lopez runs for Wylie City Council

The Saturday morning of March 31, 2012 dawned bright for Brooke Lopez and her family, as they prepared for their …
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New school, food court and more
4 years ago

New school, food court and more

By  •  News, SG Report

A proposal for a new school, changes to housing policies, expanded dining options and better care for students’ mental well-being were among the topics discussed at Student Government’s first …
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