Comet Comments

“Do you think the Art Barn should be maintained and renovated so it can have a long-term presence on campus?”

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Japanese culture under the lights

Japanese culture under the lights

On April 14, the Japanese Student Association took over the Galaxy Rooms for a night of fabulous and awe-inspiring displays of Japanese fashion. Attendees of the J-Fashion Show experienced an eccentric spectrum of styles from Japan, including Lolita, Visual Kei, Uniforms, Traditional and Himekaji, as the models walked the runway....

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Slideshow: Spring Blowout Bash with Anamanaguchi & Nite

Slideshow: Spring Blowout Bash with Anamanaguchi & Nite

On Thursday, April 17, the Visual Arts Building, or Art Barn, was host to Denton-based Nite and New York-based Anamanaguchi for Radio UTD’s Spring Blowout Bash. The event was also sponsored by The Mercury, AMP and UTD TV.

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Professor: Smart teaching crucial for online courses

As online classes become more prominent at universities, the quality of the programs has been up for debate. This concern, however, has become a pretty tired conversation, according to Rebekah Nix, a senior lecturer in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies. In a study done at Georgia Southwestern State University, researchers...

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Seniors reflect on women’s soccer season

Seniors reflect on women’s soccer season

The women’s soccer team had a tough loss in the American Southwest Conference tournament finals on Nov. 10, but some seniors still look back fondly on their UTD soccer career as the season comes to a close. The team won their first match in the ASC Championship Tournament against Mary-Hardin...

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Nothing but a good thing

Series 1:  Students take part in a real-life game of Battleship on Aug. 26. at the Phase VIII pool, where they try to sink the other team’s ship. The event started just before the Comet Luau, which featured festive food and a dancing lesson. Among the main attractions were a...

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Welcome Center, bookstore unveiled

Welcome Center, bookstore unveiled

The Welcome Center opened on Aug. 1, and contains a new campus bookstore along with a coffee shop, UTD technology store and the Visitor Center. 

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