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Freshman's Design of Gravity-Powered Superhero Draws Scholarship

Emma Mathes

Emma Mathes' design of Quasar, a superhero who can create pockets of intense gravity, earned her a $1,000 Clark Van Pelt Scholarship from Element X, a motion design studio in the Deep Ellum area of Dallas.

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Comets Land 50 on Conference's All-Academic Teams

Sam HartkeThe American Southwest Conference named 50 UT Dallas student-athletes to its all-academic teams for fall sports. The ASC also selected Sam Hartke as its Distinguished Scholar Athlete for women's cross country. Read more


Honor Society for Engineering, Tech Students Gets Re-Energized

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UT Dallas has re-established its chapter of the student honor society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The Kappa Kappa Chapter recognizes engineering and technology students in the top third of their class who also have shown qualities of character, leadership and service.

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Debate Team Notches Strong Results at Two-Step

Anthony Ogbuli

The UT Dallas debate team has started off the new year with strong results against a slew of competition. In the first half of the Texas Two-Step held last month at UT Dallas, juniors Jacob Loehr and Anthony Ogbuli advanced to the final round before losing 2-1 to a team from The University of Texas at Austin.

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Student-Athletes Competitive in the Classroom

Micah EasterlingFor the almost 100 UT Dallas student-athletes named to the Academic All-Conference list, striving for good grades provides another outlet for their competitive drive. Read more


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