Day: November 3, 2014

Campus NewsNews

Vedic Org brings vegetarian lunches

Coconut curries and vegetable fritters are some of the meal options available through the Krishna lunch program, a vegetarian food service on campus...

NewsPolice Blotter

UTDPD Blotter

Oct. 19 • A student was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia at 10:18 p.m. Oct. 20 • An unaffiliated person was arrested...

Life & Arts

Guest prof highlights role of women in Nazi Germany, Holocaust

In 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed, and Ukraine became an independent country. This, for author and professor Wendy Lower, left many questions on...

ArchivesCommentaryLife & Arts

‘Ouija’ underwhelms with unoriginality

With uninspired scares and lackluster directing by Stiles White, “Ouija” is a completely forgettable foray into the horror-film genre. Hasbro is taking a...


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