Mia Nguyen

Life & Arts

‘Society of the Snow’ portrays pure realism

It’s old news that Hollywood likes to butcher true stories to make genres like true crime more marketable, substituting reality with sensationalized scenes...

Life & Arts

‘The Iron Claw’ rips hearts apart

Children and their families would plop down in front of their television in the ’80s to watch the Von Erich brothers wrestle in...

Life & Arts

Laufey Puts On Dreamy, ‘From The Start’

Icelandic singer-songwriter Laufey made the Dallas stop of her Bewitched tour on Nov. 11, singing infectious jazz tunes in a coquettish cowboy hat...

Editorials

Red Light: UTD Sexual Harassment Policies Threaten Comets’ Liberties

UTD should amend its Student Grievances policy to match the definition of sexual harassment in its Sexual Misconduct Policy. While firm anti-harassment policies...

Life & Arts

Sofia Coppola Puts a Bow on Female Isolation In the Heart of Graceland

A bold, jet black cat eye, a full set of false lashes and a comically voluminous bouffant hairdo is how the world came...

Life & Arts

Female rage and femme fatales

From femme fatales to Lizzy Bordens, women have long struck a chord of fear in the public with their own unique brand of...

News

Celebrating Hispanic Prosperity Through Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month is observed annually from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 and was established under President Ronald Reagan in 1988. As a...

Life & Arts

SUAABtober brings autumnal delight with art, treats

UTD kicked off fall with the SUAABtober festival on Oct. 19, an event that allows students to partake in seasonal activities like tote...

Life & Arts

Arctic Monkeys create cinematic night of music, nostalgia

Stepping into Dickies Arena the night of Sept. 16 felt like entering the 2010s, with flannels wrapped around waists, vintage band tees, fishnet...

Life & Arts

“Talk to Me” is what the horror genre needed

From Ouija boards to cursed dolls, teenagers in horror movie love to tango with the devil and tamper with haunted artifacts that scream,...

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