Andrew Gallegos

Life & Arts

Brave New World

Gamers on campus find community, deeper meaning in realm of videogames Amorine — or Amo for short — is a Destruction Warlock in “World...


Men’s soccer looks to build on past success

After posting a 14-5-3 record and falling short in the 2014 ASC championship game, the men’s soccer team is looking to build on...


Softball head coach brings Division I experience to help revitalize team

After finishing with a second straight losing record in conference play and the first losing season since 2011, changes at the helm have...

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UTD struggles to meet demand for housing

Students deal with delayed signals, steep prices, strict regulations in attempt to find a place to live both on, off campus There are...


Mr. Smith, Ms. Smith and Mx. Smith

Corrections: In a previous version of this article, the definition of pansexuality was incorrectly stated.  Also, attribution for policy changes on campus that...


What it’s like to be Muslim in America

Nour Sharaf was on Facebook when she saw a link about the shooting in Garland. Immediately, her heart filled with dread. On May...


Richardson mayor focus of ethics investigation

City determining if code was violated in development project Richardson city council is being investigated for a potential ethics violation after Mayor Laura...


Because the Party Don’t Stop

Coming back from Spring Break, the festivities continue at UTD with Springapalooza, Race 2BeAware 5K, VSA By Night, and Holi. Holi– Students gather...

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Brewery Brothers

Alumni make non-traditional beers in Fort Worth business  It was just about six o’clock and dozens of people had lined up at the...


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