Day: September 5, 2022


A New SU?

Students will have the opportunity to vote for two referendums to support a new SU building and expand the athletics department from Oct....


McDermott library aims to create inviting space

The McDermott Library is currently undergoing various renovation projects to enhance UTD students’ study experiences and create a more welcoming and open environment....


Vote ‘yes’ for the fee referendum

Vote ‘Yes’ to the upcoming student fee referendum vote on October 4. If you’ve ever been inside the Student Union at peak hours,...


Comics: 09/06/2022

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Life & Arts

‘Bodies, Bodies, Bodies’ imagines influencers as murderers

“You hate-listen to her podcast.” If you are Gen Z, this might sound like a light-hearted joke, even when made by a friend....

Life & Arts

“The Sandman” Brings Us The Dream TV Adaptation

Everyone has had dreams they didn’t want to wake from. From the mundane to the imaginative, these dreams can provide escapism from the...

Life & Arts

“Law School” grants a motion for enjoyment

With law school applications opening at the beginning of this month, pre-law students must have a lot on their mind. So, why not...


“Chicago” remains relevant 20 years later

As we enter the early years of the 2020s, we are one century distant from one of the wildest times in American history,...


Pedro Pascal Delivers As Daddy Once Again

“The Last of Us” is next in line to take over HBO’s flagship series “House of The Dragon” with new footage that promises...


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