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Cowboy caffeine fix

Caffeine is a quintessential part of the college experience, and finding a spot you enjoy is just as important. Whether you visit during...


Meal Exchange

Navigating dining options can be tiring — even when you’re required to have a meal plan as a freshman living on campus, finding...


Dutch Bros vs. Starbucks

Cheaper, faster and tastier, Dutch Bros has become my new go-to coffee spot near campus. Dutch Bros is a drive-thru coffee chain that...

Life & Arts

Traveling through eras in song

The Eras Tour has been the talk of the internet ever since its announcement, and Taylor Swift’s pitstop in Arlington, TX for the...


Composting for a cause

UTD’s Office of Sustainability has partnered with Turn Compost to provide accessible compost bins to students on campus. Starting in 2018, Student Government’s...

NewsSG Report

Student Government proposes resolution to end Farage’s teaching contract

Resolution 2022-26 After calling for a “cure to homosexuality” last summer, ECS Professor Timothy P. Farage was under investigation by UTD. However, he...


UT system resolutions suggest increasing financial transparency and investigating student working conditions

Resolutions suggested by the UT System Student Advisory Council in their latest meeting on March 3 and March 4 aim to aid students...

Life & Arts

Newest ‘Ant-Man’ installment disappoints fans

Cluttered, distracted and lackluster, “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” is the latest installment in the seemingly never-ending Marvel franchise and leaves the audience...

NewsSG Report

SG elections and women in leadership

iWeek Celebrations UTD will celebrate International Week, or iWeek, from March 6-10 to recognize cultural diversity on campus through showcases of food, dance...

Life & Arts

‘The Menu’ bites off more than it can chew

Biting, poignant and funny, “The Menu” is a unique thriller that attempts to serve a full course meal of entertainment with a critique...

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