‘Last of Us’ TV show must learn from second game’s plot issues and controversies

‘Last of Us’ TV show must learn from second game’s plot issues and controversies

HBO’s highly anticipated “The Last Of Us” TV show is leaking details like spores in a zombie outbreak. With its all-star cast, legendary source material and ludicrous budget, it could easily be the show to revitalize the series, but I believe only if it takes notes from the backlash to...

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SG? Never heard of ’em

SG? Never heard of ’em

The organization has increasingly lost relevance, fallen out of touch with the student body

Students have long stopped caring about Student Government, and with the conclusion of this spring’s elections, it doesn’t look like student government cares about themselves either. Oh, haven’t you heard? The Student Government elections took place about a month ago, from March 28 to March 30. You can be forgiven...

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‘Seconds’ highlights dangers of obsessing over past mistakes

‘Seconds’ highlights dangers of obsessing over past mistakes

Many of us wish we had the power to go back and change things. “Seconds” by Bryan Lee O’Malley explores that natural urge to alter past regrets, with the twist that our protagonist uses the powers of a house spirit to go back and change those small regrets we all...

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Will the real ‘Halo’ Master Chief please stand up?

Will the real ‘Halo’ Master Chief please stand up?

Controversy and division among both critics and fans alike have turned Paramount Picture’s “Halo” series into a battlefield not even Master Chief might be able to win. But as much as I might be disappointed with it, there’s still potential to turn it around. With “Halo” greenlit for a second...

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‘Witchy’ comic explores societal dysfunction

‘Witchy’ comic explores societal dysfunction

We all get to an age where we face the struggle of realizing our community is dysfunctional, despite it seeming normal on the surface. Ariel Slamet Ries’s webcomic “Witchy”is an exemplary story that explores just that. “Witchy” centers around the witch kingdom Hyalin, where the strength of your magic is...

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Giving Comets keys to the keyboard

Giving Comets keys to the keyboard

UTD has a chance to reverse the trend of reduced student access to artistic facilities and equipment with new policy

The single piano in the Student Union is not enough for an entire college campus. UTD needs to prioritize creating an efficient and equitable system ensuring access to music spaces for all students. Like many others here at UTD, I have a strong passion for music, even though I myself...

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UREC Activity Center should open earlier

The Activity Center should open at 6 a.m. in order to be more inclusive of students with early morning classes and help ease gym traffic. The gym currently opens at 7 a.m. on weekdays. If students arrive as soon as it opens, they can get through an hour-long workout by...

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Lights, Camera, Play: Overcooked!

Lights, Camera, Play: Overcooked!

With a bevy of silly video-game concepts going into film production, it's high time studios looked to titles that would be compelling on screen

“Overcooked” deserves a movie. Unlike the the odd projects currently aiming to make live adaptations of “Tetris,” “Just Dance” and even “Raving Rabbids,” “Overcooked” provides compelling potential to be a unique entry into the video game movie catalog, one that could challenge the formula and rekindle interest in the game....

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Students should play intramurals

Students should play intramurals

Casual athletics events provide opportunity to practice beneficial competition, teamwork in social environment

Whether you are a graduating senior or a freshman looking to find your place within the UTD community, it remains important for everyone to possess and embrace a certain level of competitiveness. Intramurals are an excellent way to do that. With a constantly-growing campus, UTD has countless sources of competitive...

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Jen Lee’s comic encapsulates the nuance of change

Jen Lee’s comic encapsulates the nuance of change

As cliché as it sounds, a breakup is just one of those falling outs that hit differently, and no other work captures the awkward transition of moving on from that person and that life you had together like Jen Lee’s “At The Edge Of The Stream At Dust.” To summarize,...

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