Men’s tennis set to host ASC tourney

Men’s tennis set to host ASC tourney

Team finishes undefeated season in ASC West, favored to meet UT Tyler in championship match After finishing its season with an undefeated record in the ASC West, the men’s tennis team is preparing to host the conference tournament for a shot at the ASC crown. To win the tournament, which...

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Ads on NBA jerseys bad for league

Corporate sponsorship will take away from purity of sport The proliferation of advertisements on jerseys has been a negative trend in sports in recent years. Unfortunately, that fad is now coming to one of the biggest leagues in America. On April 15, the NBA announced it would undertake a three-year...

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Pinpossible: Graduation Cap

Pinpossible: Graduation Cap

The end of the semester is quickly approaching. All my social media feeds are filled with pictures of banquets and formals, and the countdown to graduation is steadily ticking down. My undergraduate graduation was a bit nontraditional — I finished my classes and defended my honors thesis in June, but...

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Professor’s PBS show hits 26th year

Professor’s PBS show hits 26th year

Program offers unbiased political discussion to local audience A clinical professor in the Executive Education program in JSOM, just celebrated his television show’s 26th year of production. Dennis McCuistion and his co-founder, producer and ex-wife Niki McCuistion started the show, titled “The McCuistion Program,” in January 1990. The informative show,...

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Club orchestra features anime music

Club orchestra features anime music

Anime Orchestra Ensemble gives student musicians with niche tastes place to showcase talents The Anime Orchestra Ensemble isn’t like anything one has ever heard before. Rather than playing traditional classical music, the AOE plays anime or video game music. Neil Nguyen, president of AOE and a supply chain management sophomore...

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Just Kickin’ It

Just Kickin’ It

For the first time, members from Student Government and Student Media came together to compete in a friendly game of kickball on Saturday, April 16. The purpose was not only to get to know each other better, but also to collect food for the Comet Cupboard. A total of 212...

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Making a scene

Making a scene

Student actors tackle tough content in Spring play University Theater’s production of “Woyzeck” opened last week to positive reception, following the department’s successful production of “subUrbia” earlier this year. Because of the play’s different style and physical nature, the cast members faced unique challenges in their work backstage. Set in...

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Spotlight on refugees

Spotlight on refugees

Documentary tells struggles of relocated Syrians, their families The stories of Syrian refugees are now being heard across the world, thanks to two short films produced in conjunction with the International Rescue Committee, a non-profit organization that provides humanitarian services in 40 countries. “Who are these thousands of Syrian migrants?”...

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