UD welcomes Dr. Matthias Vorwerk as new provost

As of July 1, Dr. Matthias Vorwerk is officially the provost for the University of Dallas.  Vorwerk hails from...

Two new RCs arrive in Due Santi from Irving

This semester, the Eugene Constantin Rome Campus welcomes two new resident coordinators.  Sam and Hailey Skinner, alumni of UD,...

Campus security questioned after thefts

Though UD is a generally a safe campus, over the last year, there has been a rash of thefts and searches around...

New semester brings new changes

With every new semester comes changes to campus life. This one brings the switching of several dorms between housing men and women...

UDPD launches new app

The University of Dallas Police Department is one of the most important groups at UD. Working around the clock, UDPD tirelessly works...

Education Amidst War: UD hosts Ukrainian refugees

Anastasiia Merkulova and her family watched as their homeland descended into war. Foreseeing the conflict, Anna Bebko fled Ukraine to stay with...

A Light from the East: What to know about and learn...

The University of Dallas’ affirmation of Catholic teaching and the values of Western Civilization will seem familiar to most of UD’s students....

Toxic masculinity is a misnomer; false masculinity is what should concern...

It seems not long ago that the term “toxic masculinity” was just a controversial phrase in our society, but, although the excitement...

The hopes and woes of Clark Hall

If you are an upperclassman or, really, just anyone with ears here at UD, there’s a fair chance you’ve heard the complaint...

Core Decorum: We swore we would never forget 9/11. But did...

“We will never forget” is the saying. We say it to remember all who lost their lives, all who lost loved ones,...

The sound and the fury

I am no stranger to car culture. Like many young boys whose parents tried — and failed — to indoctrinate them to...

Competition Over Complacency: UD’s standing in the Newman Guide

The Cardinal Newman Society, a Catholic non-profit founded in 1993, lends itself to the mission of “promoting and defending faithful Catholic education.”...

Arts & Culture

Comic

Humans of UD: Michael Kennedy

Upon coming to America, Michael Kennedy was surprised by the disparity in the quality of Kentucky Fried Chicken. “KFC...

Fr. Thomas Esposito’s rhapsodic reading recommendations

Any University of Dallas student or alum will agree that it is an honor to be able to be taught and work...

The Half Dozen

Dallas Symphony Orchestra - The DSO will be hosting a performance by Cherry Rhodes, the first American to win an international...

A Rite of Passage: The Junior Poet Project

If you walk into a UD English major’s apartment, you might catch a glimpse of a candle with someone’s face on it....

Comic

Comic by Chloe Strahm

Groundhog Guidance

Dear Groundhog,  I’m a commuter and nobody asks me to go to parties. What do I do?

Alumni Spotlight: Tim Nohrden

Tim Nohrden graduated from the University of Dallas in 2006 with a B.A. in history and started his landscaping business, Dragonfly Design...

Summers in Spain and Rome: The UD student’s time abroad

The University of Dallas provides its students with many study-abroad opportunities during the spring, fall and summer semesters. The Rome Program, an...

Unity is not a “novus” concept

I try to remember that the reason so many people get upset about liturgy is because they passionately care. Simply put, if...

Advice from a barista

UD students can barely go a day without stopping by the Cap Bar for a pick-me-up before class, study session or a...

Alumni Spotlight: Elora Zucha

Elora Zucha graduated from the University of Dallas this summer with a B.S. in chemistry.  Zucha had initially entered...

A new beginning for lacrosse

Last year the University of Dallas saw lacrosse disappear as an official sport to the dismay of all the players who loved...

The Crusaders serving up success in season debut

The University of Dallas tennis team had their first ever tournament on Sept. 15-17. Even though the days were hot and long,...

How the women’s soccer team leads on campus and on the...

The University of Dallas’ women’s soccer team continues to flourish in sisterhood as they welcome their freshmen players. Last year, the Crusaders...

UD tennis is bouncing back!

As of Aug. 18 the University of Dallas gained a new tennis team, coached by Jacob Delao. UD Athletics...

Volleyball team starts the season with a three-peat success

On Sept. 2-3, the University of Dallas female freshman volleyball players delivered a strong debut in their two-day tournament. The team won...

Rugby national championship game showcases UD heart and spirit

On April 30, the University of Dallas Rugby Football Club faced off against the Norco Community College team from Norco, California in...