Meandering With an Art Major: “Picturing the Prodigal Son”

As residents in the DFW metroplex, the students at the University of Dallas are exposed to multitudes of different periods and perspectives of visual artistry. This form of beauty both enriches the...

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Botanic Garden Sculptures - The Fort Worth Botanic Garden "Big Bugs" exhibit displays insect sculptures on a gigantic scale created using various combinations of whole trees, branches and other forest materials....

Spring Romers react to the Northern Italy trip

This past week saw the Romers undertake the famous expedition to Northern Italy, a trip that is considered a hallmark of the Rome semester. For five days, our class got the opportunity...

Movie Review: Exploring the bittersweetness of artistry in “Tick, Tick…Boom!”

Upon the shoulders of every artist, there exists the dreary burden of reality that success is unlikely to happen in his or her lifetime — or ever. Very few sacrifice their friendships...

Humans of UD: Nick Hoff

In addition to being a life-long Dallas resident and junior business major at the University of Dallas, Nick Hoff is also a paid pianist, occasional arm-wrestling competitor and fiancé. 

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Irish Festival - The North Texas Irish Festival makes a triumphant return, featuring live music, dancing, storytelling, chef demonstrations, horse shows, fencing demonstrations, sheep herding demonstrations, beer and whiskey tastings and...

Survival Tips Abroad: When caught in a civil protest

The long weekends afforded to University of Dallas students studying in Rome are a great way to make the most of your time in Europe. Since you have freedom to travel —...

Lenten Literature: 8 books to read in the desert

As we prepare for the sacred adventure that is Lent, it is critical that we give Christ access to our imaginations. The glory of Lent is supposed to flood every aspect of...

Humans of UD: Jake Reyher

It is a well known and undisputed fact that UD students have a strong love and, oftentimes, need for coffee. One particular embodiment of this affection can be found in freshman Jake...

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Madame Butterfly - Come see some of the most famous operatic music of all time! “Madame Butterfly” is the story of a geisha who gives up everything to marry an American...

Exploring the magic of Colombia with Disney’s “Encanto”

Beyond the musings of the drug cartels in “Narcos” and the occasional PBS documentary on the Amazon Rainforest, Colombia is not well known for its appearances in present-day media. However, on Nov....

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Dallas Blooms - The Dallas Arboretum presents the largest annual floral fest in the Southwest, Dallas Blooms: "Birds in Paradise." Over 500,000 blooming bulbs create an explosion of color to welcome...

Humans of UD: Sam Masri

If you’ve walked by the tables outside Braniff, you’ve probably seen Sam Masri more than once, either studying or enjoying a good conversation.  Masri is a senior biology major...