News Feature

Suspected victim shares her story

When alumnus Nicholas Rotundo’s friends heard he had been charged for cyber-stalking and intrusion, they were shocked and couldn’t believe the news.

During his time at UTD, Rotundo was involved with several student organizations, including Student Government, Mu Epsilon Kappa and the Student Union Activities Advisory Board.

His friends described him as a computer savvy, moral and an upstanding individual. He was talented enough to land a job at Google after graduating.

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A show of faith

Editor’s note:

Students interviewed for this article constitute a random cross-section of religions and is in no means complete in its coverage of all faiths. The views of sources interviewed for this article are their personal accounts and not necessarily representative of the faith in entirety.turban-web-1050x700

Iqbal Gill remembers being bullied in the first grade for wearing a turban and having long hair.

He remembers coming home one day and making the painful decision to take his turban off, despite his parents asking him not to.

“I’m not going to lie; it was sad,” Gill, now a biology sophomore at UTD, said. “It was hard.”

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