Citing a surge of interest in esports along with the creation of a dedicated esports team earlier last year, the Student Union and UTD Dining Services teamed up to create … Read More
Dining areas of the Student Union will adopt a table-sharing system by the end of the semester in an effort to alleviate overcrowding during busy hours.
Student Government, in partnership … Read More
A study conducted by The Mercury revealed that the Starbucks franchise in the Student Union has longer average wait times compared to off-campus Starbucks stores. In a separate survey of … Read More
After almost three months of being closed off, the stage at the center of the Plinth is undergoing repairs. Both the substrate and wooden panels are being replaced and … Read More
A fully-licensed Starbucks cafe will open on the second floor of the Student Union before the end of the semester.
The store will open on Nov. 20 and … Read More
In an effort to encourage fraternity and sorority life on campus, a newly-renovated room is now available for Greek organizations.
Fraternity and Sorority Life’s need for growth … Read More
Members redesign display to combat misinformation, prejudice
Several months after two unknown individuals vandalized a display for a campus religious group, neither UTD police nor members of the … Read More
Former Chartwells employee charged with recent murders of transgender woman, two other people
‘Super Smash’ team members become first to win national championship
Students stage anti-abortion protest
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Graduate Becomes First UTD Phi Kappa Phi fellow
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