If you haven’t already heard of this, conscious capitalism is a thing.
For almost a decade, companies have been throwing around corporate social responsibility as a way to justify retreats … Read More
At its very basic, food is for survival.
Then, if your wallet’s thick enough, you could argue that food can be a delicacy.
The perennial debate on vegetarian versus meat eaters … Read More
Have you ever gone to bed with thoughts whirring through your head, and realized that you can’t shut them out anyway?
Activist voices are just like that.
You could kill … Read More
Normal isn’t really a yardstick by itself.
It’s a standard we create based on a stereotype.
In conversation, we’ll often hear people saying what is and what isn’t normal … Read More
It’s freezing out here in Dallas, and several hot cups of tea later, I’m still not quite unfrozen.
While I’m here, trying to be Princess Elsa (exaggeration alert), farmers in … Read More
This past week, the sunshine and lovely weather in Dallas got me out a lot more, and as I walked down the sidewalk, I thought to myself how robotic and … Read More
This past week, the news covered tons of stuff, rehashed some old feuds (Ukraine, for instance), updated us on some others, wars raged on and planes crashed.
But here’s something … Read More
The world waited with bated breath as a new crisis evolved in the war against ISIS.
You might be tired of the group already, but even as American troops continue … Read More
UTD considers DII move
Local film highlights mystery surrounding human trafficking
A ‘Welcome’ week for UTD students
Suspect arrested for murder of alumna
CVS Vending Machines to Open on Campus
This Land is Your Land
July 29, 2019
‘Yesterday’ Should Stay in Past
Sophomore Starts Grassroots Club
Codes Not Their Own
New Title IX Senior Director Appointed