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Comet Con Get ready with me: Cosplay Edition

Bountiful blonde curls, iconic pouty pink lips, an elaborate multi-tiered gown and a golden crown are what make the princess of the Mushroom...

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‘Salam & howdy’: Muslims travel from across Texas for ‘largest Suhoor fest’ in the state

The simmering of countless spices mingled with the joyous laughter of attendees of Suhoor Fest as a “Salam and Howdy” sign welcomed friends...

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Sandwalking into a new generation of sci-fi

Thump, Thump, Thump. The rhythmic beats of a thumper draws Shai-Hulad through the spice-covered hills of Arrakis towards an exiled duke burdened by...

News

AIAA members soar to new heights

As the only aerospace club at UTD, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics creates a supportive community for all members to pursue...

Opinion

Save Reunion Tower: in defense of Hunt Realty

The proposal of a bullet train between Houston and Dallas is long overdue, but it cannot come at the cost of removing 46...

Life & Arts

Comic creators draw in panel audience at Comet Con

The early 2000s were a time of cheesy toy infomercials, colorful comic pages and afterschool cartoons blaring on TV. This nostalgia is revitalized...

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Furry Fiesta is fur-ocious fun

Art stalls overflowed with merchandise and countless colorful, larger-than-life animal costumes greeted guests at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel, which hosted 2024’s Texas Furry...

Life & Arts

‘Small Talk’ highlights graduate storytelling

Wood, wires, rope and projectors, and an array of art materials litter the floor of the SP/N gallery. The disorder in this space...

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Abbott’s age verification order spells Internet doom

Texas’ recent attempt to restrict access to pornography intrinsically fails to actually protect minors and legal consumers of porn while exposing them to...

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