Day: February 7, 2022


New esports coach hired

After a stint being student-run following Greg Adler’s departure, the UTD esports team has hired on a new head coach for the program....


Poet speaks to UTD

In an honest, vulnerable and captivating virtual performance, Sabrina Benaim, one of the most viewed spoken word poets of all time, shared her...


Oh ResNet, RestNet, where art thou today?

On the first day of online classes for the spring 2022 semester, countless Teams calls dropped midstream as Apogee’s MyResNet wifi disconnected throughout...


Comets looking to turn passion into execution in final stretch of the basketball season

UTD Men’s Basketball is entering a make-or-break stretch of the semester, coming off of several days of no practice due to inclement weather....


Comics: 02/07/22


SGA meeting: 02/01

Esports Lounge Interest Forum: To accommodate UTD’s large gaming community, the Student Affairs Office and the Student Union are tentatively planning to expand...

Life & Arts

Retrograde Reads: ‘The Yiddish Policemen’s Union’ by Michael Chabon

No matter how often you’re warned not to judge a book by its cover, inevitably, you do. You are not immune to propaganda…propaganda...

Life & ArtsThe Fix

The 1418 Coffeehouse

A large, refillable cold brew bottle just 15 minutes away. Do I have your attention? If so, the 1418 Coffeehouse might be the...

Life & Arts

Chess Team Can Compete Again

In a world filled with knights, rankings and timers, UTD’s chess team practices their game with excitement as tournaments start to reopen for...


Toss More Coins to Your Witcher

“The Witcher” is not the next “Game of Thrones”, but the underlying reason may not be easily apparent: close analysis suggests this show...


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