Day: October 31, 2022

News

SG pushes for period absences

Period absence project could provide excused absences for menstruation Painful periods (known as dysmenorrhea) negatively impact students’ ability to attend class, complete assignments...

News

Comets help homeless population near campus

Comets help the homelessness crisis near campus by providing blood pressure tests and baked goods According to the Agape Resource Assistant Center —...

News

“American Idiot” Brings the sound of Hysteria

You’d have to be an idiot to miss out on UTD’s performance of Green Day’s “American Idiot,” an award-winning musical that depicts the...

News

2022 Midterm election choices

Unsure of who to vote for? We’ve compiled the candidates and some of their issues for the top elections for this voting cycle....

Sports

VALORANT team fails to clutch out on LAN

The VALORANT team fell last weekend on it’s first LAN excursion to UT and Blinn College.The team fell in close matches, losing 4-13...

Sports

Chess team wins out on home turf

The UTD chess teams swept the boards at the 2022 Texas Collegiate Super Finals following a rough start. The A team won first,...

Comics

Comics: 10/31/22

Life & Arts

Haunted Locations at UTD

Berkner Hall is one location that has recently grabbed Comets’ attention. The Berkner tunnels are suspected of being haunted for their natural dark...

Life & Arts

End the fall with a small town romance

For those feeling nostalgic for summer, the K-drama “Once Upon a Small Town” brought a romantic “the end” to the season. The series...

Life & Arts

Halloween ends… disappointingly

Recent years have brought many successful horror movie reboots like “Scream” and “It,” along with contemporary cult classics that have expanded the horror...

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