‘Enemy’ confuses with sex, spiders

‘Enemy’ confuses with sex, spiders

In a dimly lit room in front of an audience of stern men, a woman disrobes and walks down a black, slick runway placing her high heel on top of a crawling tarantula. So begins “Enemy,” an erotic thriller that manages to feel terrible and enthralling all at once. The...

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Heralding change: Kanute Drugan

Heralding change: Kanute Drugan

Highly acclaimed Kanute Drugan takes on women’s soccer coach role with novel strategic ideas for team Being named after legendary figures football coach Knute Rockne and King Canute can carry some high expectations. But new head women’s soccer coach Kanute Drugan has risen to the challenge and proven he’s worthy...

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New SG admin puts focus on traditions, spirit

New SG admin puts focus on traditions, spirit

As each of the newly elected Student Government senators were named on the evening of March 26, Brooke Knudtson knew it was a good sign that most came from her ticket “Building Bridges.” Finally, Knudtson and her running mate, political science freshman Nancy Fairbank, were announced as next year’s SG...

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Softball player chooses D-III over D-I

Softball player chooses D-III over D-I

Robin Thomas’ religious beliefs help frame her career, future as she looks to impact lives It was the summer of decisions. Manvel High School’s softball player Robin Thomas was heading into her senior year, trying to get into Div. I universities. Unlike what she’d imagined, 2011 was going to be...

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Guitar fest attracts int’l talent

Guitar fest attracts int’l talent

13th annual Texas Guitar Festival features performances from Grammy-winning musicians, entrants from Mexico, the Netherlands The sounds of classical guitar strummed by local and international players filled different venues on campus at the 13th annual Texas Guitar Festival, which ran from Feb. 27 to March 2. The competition, organized by...

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K-Pop enthusiasts band together

K-Pop enthusiasts band together

Growing student interest group Hallyu UTD focuses on Korean pop culture, expresses avid fascination The existence of Hallyu UTD, a new K-Pop club, might be just as much a surprise as the astronomical rise of a certain Korean singer named Psy. But, founding member Taurian Witt has been following Korean...

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‘Crisis’ to premiere March 16

‘Crisis’ to premiere March 16

Despite potential intrigues and twists, show may fail due to poor dramatization NBC is currently going through quite the rebuilding process. Once the epitome of television, the network is failing to get even mediocre ratings on their new shows, both comedy and drama. Recently, the network has attempted to create...

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Comets expected to capitalize on winning spirit in face-off against No. 3 Warhawks

Comets expected to capitalize on winning spirit in face-off against No. 3 Warhawks

The game on March 8 was riddled with poor play and missed chances. At the end of the night, the Comets shot just 34.9 percent from the floor. Senior forward Kyle Schleigh blocked Whitworth’s shot and raced down the court on the counter and missed the easiest of layups. Chris...

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Comets prepared for first NCAA game

Comets prepared for first NCAA game

The men’s basketball team face new opponents and challenges as they compete in the NCAA Div. III tournament for the first time since 2011. The Comets will host Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s Chapman University, a team they have never played before, in the first round of the tournament on...

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