Humans of UD: Trinity Ngo

Balancing two miniature apples in her hands, Trinity Ngo passes one over in her typical, casually generous way: “Take one! My aunt brought these.”  The voice recorder starts and...

The Odyssey for Human Identity: UD’s Woyzeck and the Spring Senior Studios

Directed by guest artist Dylan Key, Georg Büchner’s “Woyzeck” took to the main stage from March 30 to April 9, bringing audiences into the psychedelic reality of the mind and the inner...

Spring Rome students run the original Marathon

Google Slides presentations and books can only give you so much of what Greece has to offer, and so an opportunity to visit the land of Socrates, Aristotle and St. Paul is...

The Half Dozen

Nasher Sculpture Center  - “'til Midnight at the Nasher” will host live outdoor music and film screenings in the Nasher Garden. Guests can also partake in tours and view the permanent...

Geisel’s anagogical vision in “Green Eggs and Ham”

Although his writings debuted with the economic satire, “And to Think That I Saw it on Mulberry Street,” the renowned poet Theodore Geisel made a name for himself in American households due...

Pied UD

Glory be to God for disheveled things  For the mall couple-colored as a brindled cow For muddy puddles and madonna pond in which we swim

Humans of UD: The Groundhog

The mammal, the myth, the legend: the Groundhog. At the University of Dallas, our “official” mascot is the Crusader. Our “unofficial,” and more widely celebrated, mascot is the one...

The Half Dozen: On campus edition

Mall Mosh Pit. A new tradition will begin on Friday: Music on the Mall has undergone permanent changes so prepare to have trap music blasted all day! (Clean versions only, of...

Restaurant Review: A night at PDK

Dating is like winning the lottery. At our very own PDK, you can do both. On the occasion that you have no car and nothing better to do, I...

Humans of UD: Dr. Jon Paul Heyne    

If you have not yet had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Jon Paul Heyne, you are simply missing out on encountering a delightful individual.  Hailing from Southlake, Texas —...

A philosophical turn in The Wombat’s “Fix Yourself, Not the World”

The Wombats, an English indie rock band, released their fifth album in January. “Fix Yourself, Not the World” begins a philosophical shift in their music while maintaining the synth and pop sounds...

The art and architecture of ancient Greece and UD

From London to Seville to Prague to Istanbul, this semester’s Rome class has outdone themselves with the extensive traveling despite COVID-19 restrictions and the conflict in Ukraine. But before the semester can...

The Half Dozen

Shakespeare Adventure Walk. Beginning at the Dallas Public Library-J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, clues will take you to different businesses around downtown Dallas. Stop to shop or have a snack along...

Humans of UD: Anna Sidorenko

Anna Sidorenko, junior psychology major from Lewisville, Texas, is half Ukrainian. Her father is from Ukraine and spent the first 25 years of his life there.  “Ever since everything...

Restaurant Review: La Madre Ristorante

The Rome campus’ Mensa has its good reputation for many reasons: delicious home cooked food, kind staff and is the best place for hanging out with your Rome class. But as all...