Mansionz disappoints with debut

Mansionz disappoints with debut

Mansionz is a collaborative duo composed of Mike Posner and Blackbear. Their debut album, also titled “mansionz,” explores themes of love, non-conformity and depression. They have worked together twice before on individual songs, but this is the first album released as a team. Although the album contains a few interesting...

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Lost in translation

Lost in translation

“Ghost in the Shell,” directed by Rupert Sanders and written by Jamie Moss, William Wheeler and Ehren Kruger, turns a successful manga and film series into a somewhat bland science fiction & action movie. Though filled with stunning visual effects and based on an intriguing concept, the film lacks character...

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Boba house opens at Northside

Boba house opens at Northside

Delish Bubble Tea had its long-awaited grand opening at the Northside location. Overall, I thought the store itself was quite satisfactory in terms of service and ambience, but the drinks themselves felt mediocre or even lacking. My first order was a large classic milk tea with boba, or tapioca pearls....

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Campus architect wins award

Campus architect wins award

For the past ten years, Peter Walker has devoted his time and energy into expanding and beautifying the UTD campus, winning multiple awards for his work. Landscape architect Peter Walker was named the 2017 Richard Brettell Award in the Arts recipient for his contribution to UTD’s landscape design. His work...

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Professor writes original play

Professor writes original play

The UTD Theatre premiered a play on April 6 written and produced by a professor in the Arts and Humanities department. “Alhambra,” written by Fred Curchack, follows the journey of two couples as they travel through Spain and explore Muslim, Christian and Jewish co-existence in the country’s history. Curchack said...

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One wheel wonder

One wheel wonder

When Lee Price was in middle school, his uncle gave him and his brother an old unicycle. He didn’t immediately pick up unicycling after that, but today, Price relies on it regularly to get from one place to another on campus and is a strong advocate of the activity through...

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SG Report: April 10th

SG Report: April 10th

UTD App Joey Campain, SG vice president, is continuing to oversee the production process of a new UTD app structured to track the Comet Cabs and Comet Cruisers. The app will also have links to important websites, such as the library’s site. Android and Apple versions of the new app...

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Fallen Comets remembered

Fallen Comets remembered

Four students who lost their lives during the past year were commemorated during the Comets Remember ceremony sponsored by Student Government on April 7 in the Galaxy Rooms. The memorial recognized the lives of Ian Kubik, James “Jack” Cloudt, Satyanarayana Ganapathibhotla and Solana DeLamant. The ceremony began with the Richardson...

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Chlorine in water part  of routine maintenance

Chlorine in water part of routine maintenance

A noticeable difference in chlorine levels in the water around campus is the direct result of routine annual water maintenance by The North Texas Municipal Water District, which will last until April 10. Hunter Stephens, the assistant director of public services for the City of Richardson, said the chlorine is...

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