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Humans of UD: Michael Kennedy

Upon coming to America, Michael Kennedy was surprised by the disparity in the quality of Kentucky Fried Chicken. “KFC is far better in England, it’s better than every other...

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 alongside the legendary and brilliant UD faculty, especially those that...

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Dallas Symphony Orchestra - The DSO will be hosting a performance by Cherry Rhodes, the first American to win an international organ competition in Munich. She has toured extensively through major...

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. You wonder, “Is this one of those saint candles?” But...

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Addison Oktoberfest - Come celebrate fall with one of the most authentic Oktoberfest celebrations outside of Munich since 1987. Addison Oktoberfest brings a Texan twist to this celebration of German culture,...

Humans of UD: Gabe Farrell

Gabe Farrell is no stranger to the odd job.  Farrell, a senior philosophy major from Dallas, Texas, has previously worked maintenance at a church, as a lifeguard, served tables...

Why you should give that album a second chance

Have you ever returned to a piece of media you initially criticized, only to discover it being much better than you remembered? Perhaps it was revisiting Homer’s “Iliad” in Lit Trad I,...

Humans of UD: Rudy Bush

If you’re an average student at the University of Dallas, you’ve probably picked up a copy of The University News at least once.  You may be a loyal subscriber,...

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The Frisco Fair  - Get ready for summer at the Frisco Fair! Featuring over 80 rides, games, music, food and art, visitors can enjoy classic fair food like Fletcher’s famous corny...

The realities of Rome

Being a student back in Irving and seeing photos of what students studying in Rome are up to, it can be easy to reduce the Rome semester to a free trip to...

Humans of UD: Andrea Vasquez

In Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables he writes, “The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved; loved for ourselves — say rather, loved in spite of ourselves.”

Celebrating the Lord’s Resurrection at St. Peter’s Basilica

As the spring 2022 Rome semester draws to a close, the students, myself included, are currently on their final long weekend trip. The week prior was Holy Week, and students had the...

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Dallas Guitar Festival - The Dallas International Guitar Festival, the largest and oldest guitar show in the world, brings together musicians, fans, and collectors together. Visitors can buy, sell, trade, browse...