Wildflower Music Festival doesn’t disappoint

Wildflower Music Festival doesn’t disappoint

Between May 20 and 22, people gathered in Richardson for the Wildflower Arts and Music festival. The Festival offered performances on multiple stages from well-known artists, such as ASIA and Peter Frampton, to up-and-coming artists such as Julie Livingston and The McLeods. Not only did the festival offer entertainment, but...

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Woodley saves second chapter in “Divergent” trilogy

Woodley saves second chapter in “Divergent” trilogy

The second installment of the “Divergent” trilogy struggles to break away from a slew of current teen fare exploring dystopian worlds, despite a strong performance from rising star Shailene Woodley. Directed by Robert Schwentke, “Insurgent” starts off where the first film ended with Tris (Woodley) and Four (Theo James) on...

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Dallas music scene emerges

Dallas music scene emerges

Take a drive through Deep Ellum on any given weekend and you’ll likely hear local music echoing among the old buildings covered in buffed out graffiti behind the massive highways and the canyon of downtown skyscrapers and looming in the background. The music tells the story about an abundance of culture...

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‘Dark Girls’ a dialogue on colorism

‘Dark Girls’ a dialogue on colorism

The Meteor Theatre kicked off Black History Month on Feb. 4, 2015 in the Jonsson Performance Center with “Dark Girls,” a film that delves into the much unspoken world of colorism. This documentary takes viewers into a world filled with prejudice, anger, and conflict over a physical attribute that people...

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Black History Month kicks off on a high note

Black History Month kicks off on a high note

Young and old alike came together in the Visitor Center’s atrium to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Black History Month on Feb. 3. The Multicultural Center, the Student Union & Activities Advisory Board, the Black Student Alliance, and the African Student Union joined forces at the a kick-off event for...

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Chemex brewing offers coffee enthusiasts a different taste

Chemex brewing offers coffee enthusiasts a different taste

As a journalist and graduate student, coffee is like an old friend. It’s hard to imagine that about four years ago, I couldn’t even choke down a sugar-filled Starbucks mocha. Now, it’s sometimes difficult to choke down a Starbucks mocha, but for entirely different reasons. My coffee journey has gone...

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Phố Truong is phố-ever

Phố Truong is phố-ever

Winter has fully arrived, and like many others, I’ve been seeking solace in food to deal with the cold. After moving to Dallas, I desperately sought out the perfect meal to keep me warm and fill me up, and I quickly found that a big bowl of phố fit the...

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2015 Planners For All Students

2015 Planners For All Students

I would be one of the first people to admit that I’m a little obsessed with planners. The thought of a new semester and a new year with so much to accomplish is exciting to me, but even for students not quite as excited for a new year as I...

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‘Frozen’ sisters make debut on ‘Once Upon a Time’ season premiere

‘Frozen’ sisters make debut on ‘Once Upon a Time’ season premiere

“Once Upon a Time” season four promises to be one of hope and unforeseen ethical challenges Overnight, our lives can change for the better – that is unless we’re Storybrooke residents in “Once Upon a Time’s“ fourth season premiere: “A Tale of Two Sisters,” which aired Sept. 28. In the...

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