Unaiza Khakoo


Don’t confuse holiday consumerism with a ‘giving spirit’

With the holiday season officially underway, sales from every store imaginable have begun to roll out without the slightest hint of stopping, turning...


Farmer’s Fridge: fresh food in a vending machine

Convenient and fresh, the Student Union’s newest vending machine, Farmer’s Fridge, gives Comets an option for grab-and-go foods as a healthier alternative for...

Life & Arts

“The Marvels” Soar to New Heights with Leading Women Trio

The Marvel Cinematic Universe refreshes their fifth phase with empowering storytelling for new generation of fans “The Marvels” brilliantly rings in a new...


Tuition insurance now available to UTD students

UTD has partnered with GradGuard since fall 2022 to offer students tuition insurance that entitles them to a refund in case they must...


Comet Wind blows away competition

Innovative and forward-thinking, the Wind Energy Club at UTD works at the intersection of energy and sustainability to build turbines to compete on...

Life & Arts

Matty Healy brings eccentric antics back to the 1975, wowing fans with greatest hits

Adorned with stairs, windows and vintage televisions, Dickies Arena on Oct. 9 was transformed into a homey stage as The 1975 invited fans...


SG, Mayor Dubey sign up over 200 Comets to vote

On Sept. 19, Student Government held their annual National Voter Registration Day event on campus to educate college students about the democratic process,...

Life & Arts

‘Love at First Sight,’ the peak modern romcom

Charming, genuine and unexpected — “Love at First Sight” marks the Renaissance of the romantic comedy genre for a new generation. Starring Haley...

Life & Arts

Hozier’s new album is his weakest

Inspired by Dante’s “Inferno,” Hozier’s third album takes the listener to hell and back with a new take on indie-folk music. “Unreal Unearth”...


Too Good to Go app offers restaurant food at a discount

Convenient, cheap, and sustainable, the Too Good To Go app is a must have for college students looking to fill their stomachs without...


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