Day: April 25, 2022


Comets ‘Bent’ on remembering Holocaust

With Holocaust Remembrance Day coming up on April 27, the UTD Theater’s spring play sheds light on an often-overlooked part of the horrors...


Comets report alleged food poisoning at Dining Hall West

Several Comets reported becoming ill after eating at Dining Hall West. UTD denied food poisoning allegations, however, and campus facilities passed the City...


How Comets Observe Ramadan

As the soulful call to prayer sounds, signifying sunset, healthcare freshman Siham Awel sinks her teeth into a chewy, sweet date—the first bite...

Life & Arts

Service Dogs embark upon new journey

Despite a “ruff” year in quarantine, service-dogs-in-training Ohana and Winnie are set to graduate from the UTD SIT (Service-dog In Training) club this...

Life & Arts

Retrograde Reads: ‘Well’

Maybe this book hit me so hard because I read it while violently ill, but I’d like to believe it’s more due to...

Life & Arts

Dunn Brothers Coffee

Yet another northern coffee chain has transplanted itself into DFW in the last few years, but our particular local branch of Dunn Brothers...


Calisthenics parks provide missing UTD fitness solution

The UTD gym does not provide enough space for students. This crowding problem will only get worse as the university grows, but all...


Participate in student orgs, campus events

Where did the year go? The pages of our academic calendars have flown by at a breakneck pace, propelled as if by an...


‘Last of Us’ TV show must learn from second game’s plot issues and controversies

HBO’s highly anticipated “The Last Of Us” TV show is leaking details like spores in a zombie outbreak. With its all-star cast, legendary...


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