My love affair with New York style delis is nothing new.
In fact, my high school graduation dinner was even celebrated at Katz’s in Houston. When I moved here there … Read More
As everyone knows, Instagram is taking over how brands promote their image to consumers, how people market themselves, and how people feed their interests and hobbies. As a result, there … Read More
To me, this weather is atrocious.
I’m not a fan of the cold, and I’m not a fan of rainy days. Needless to say, I’ve been spending a lot of … Read More
Alright so you’re iced in. Now what? You can pretend to be using these days off to do homework but we all know you’re binge watching some Netflix show and … Read More
If you’ve been on the internet at all recently, you’ve likely seen a headline with the words “Jack White” and “guacamole” in it. This article is no different. I’ve long … Read More
Contrary to popular belief, I do eat at home for the majority of my meals.
I’ve been trying to eat healthier and with the rising cost of produce I started … Read More
Houston has spoiled me. I grew up there making frequent visits to our massive Chinatown area and indulging in my family’s favorite feast, Dim Sum. When I moved to Richardson … Read More
Sushi has long been a staple of every college student’s dreams — delicious but unaffordable as a regular meal. Or that’s what I thought before I started looking around Richardson … Read More
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 … Read More
Radio UTD wins Best Use of Limited Resources award
Radio UTD won Best Use of Limited Resources at the annual College Music Journal conference in New York on Oct. 23.
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Tabletop signage to open up more seats
Survey shows dissatisfaction with mandatory freshman group project
Water in Richardson: What’s behind its taste?
Qurans found in SU bathroom
Liberal ideology hypocritical about free speech
Conservative comedian asked to leave campus by UTD Officials
Starving for change
October 15, 2018
It’s not a question: No means no
The commuter conundrum
Freshman runner ends ASC dry spell
Tennis teams advance through regionals
Volleyball, soccer gain winning streaks