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Cut from curriculum
5 months ago

Cut from curriculum

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Judeo-Christianity, the Alamo and the removal of important female figures — the Texas State Board of Education’s committee hearings may be the most ridiculously “Texas” things one could expect. In …
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Moving beyond misconceptions
5 months ago

Moving beyond misconceptions

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One of the biggest consequences of being a minority sect in the midst of a big religion like Islam is that our traditions and viewpoints are never accurately represented in …
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The Editorial Board: No more excuses
5 months ago

The Editorial Board: No more excuses

We have an opportunity to change our nation — to determine the direction of our policies and mold a better future. But only if we give ourselves the power to …
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When talent trumps indecency
5 months ago

When talent trumps indecency

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In light of the recent rise in YouTube apology vidoes and public exposure of celebrity wrongdoings, it’s time to figure out where exactly we stand on societal morality and people’s …
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Just skip to the end, already
5 months ago

Just skip to the end, already

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Online Twitter debates cut down to 280 characters a bite. Snapchat messages that disappear in seconds. Clickbait. Eye-catching, snappy and compact. Condensed news has astonishing prevalence in modern society, and …
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Unmaking a murderer
5 months ago

Unmaking a murderer

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Dallas County just became one of few in the nation to convict and sentence a police officer for murder after an on-duty shooting. This execution of justice should become the …
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The dream team
5 months ago

The dream team

Implementing a football program at UTD will improve the social scene on campus.

With the college football season fast approaching, it’s more glaring than ever that UTD doesn’t have …
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Searching for your sunrise

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Motivation. It’s the fuel, the invigorator, the sunrise on our otherwise dark desert of endless schoolwork. But most of us have those days — sometimes many days in a row …
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Advocacy instead of afterthoughts

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As a student who uses a power wheelchair daily, I have experienced physical and academic hinderances at UTD. These obstacles are more prevalent than the average able-bodied student may realize.


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No cause for celebration

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A graduation ceremony is the pinnacle of collegiate success. It is the opportunity to gather together friends and family to commemorate years of hard work and the end of an …
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