Swimming, gymnastics, table tennis teams compete in national championships, bring home team, individual titles despite obstacles
Despite having only a few members, the swim team has had a historic year.
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Sophomore to publish book raising awareness for destitute teens
Nancy Fairbank sat in a dimly lit, narrow room on a solitary couch with a homeless teenager.
She was interviewing them … Read More
Students from all cultures come together to celebrate UTD’s annual iWeek. Festivities featuring food at Passport to the World, performances at the talent show and more.
International Talent Show — Indian … Read More
Students navigate external, internal ways of expressing their faith
Students interviewed for this article constitute a random cross-section of religions and is in no means complete in its … Read More
SNOW, ROUND ONE—
The university canceled classes due to the winter weather on Friday, Feb. 27. Students used this time to relieve some stress by having a massive snowball fight … Read More
Assistant Director, Veteran Services Center
Service: 1995 – 2004, currently liaison officer at the Air Force Academy,
Branch: U.S. Air Force
In middle school, a physics teacher taught … Read More
Assistant Director, Galerstein Women’s Center
Service: 2000 – 2006
Branch: U.S. Air National Guard
One of Narcely Ruiz’s earliest memories was watching her dad play “Taps” on his trumpet at … Read More
Assistant Director, Student Union
Service: 1985 – 1989
Branch: U.S. Navy
Delvora King grew up in the melting pot of all cultures: New York City.
After graduating from high school, … Read More
Correction: In an earlier version of this article, Charles Shu’s name was incorrectly spelled. The Mercury regrets this error.
The team showed up almost two hours early when the norm … Read More
Eating More for Less
“Maybe those killings wouldn’t have happened.”
Review: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’
Forging new traditions
Qurans found in SU bathroom
Student Starts Online Petition for Temoc Statue
July 8 Sudoku Solution
July 8, 2019
July 7, 2019
Review: Toy Story 4
Professor Explores Jim Crow South in New Book