Tio Carlos Mexican-Latin Grill’s homey flavors

Tio Carlos Mexican-Latin Grill is about eight minutes from campus and offers beloved Mexican foods including tacos, burritos and quesadillas.The inside is separated into two dining rooms by a wall that halves the restaurant....

Little known facts: Crusaders of the lost artifact

Three ancient tablets sit in the back corner of the rare texts room at the University of Dallas. They’re dusty and crudely cut, yet there’s something mysterious about them. The stone the tablets are...

The half dozen

Undermain Theatre in Deep Ellum presents Three Sisters. Discover the humor and heartbreak of one of the world’s greatest plays by Anton Chekhov, revealed through the lyricism of one of the leading...

UD celebration honors late Richard Wilbur

On the evening of Friday, Feb. 2, a date some refer to as Groundhog Day, a small group of English professors, alumni and current students gathered in the Art History Auditorium of the Haggerty...

Little known facts: Meet the Cowan Bells

It’s a sound you heard daily, often to remind you that you were late for class or that it was time to take a break and get dinner. It’s the sound that reminds you...

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Humans of UD

Name: Maureen O’Toole Hometown: Verona, N.J. Major: Politics Class: Junior University of Dallas students who attend the Rome program would likely call it “the most transformative experience of their young lives” or “the best thing they’ve ever done.”...

The colorful soul of painter Fannie Brito

Artist and former part-time University of Dallas student Fannie Brito is currently showing an exhibition called “Worlds of Color and Light” at the Irving Arts Center. These abstract expressionist paintings are reflections of Brito...

More than fine: Street’s Fine Chicken

The chicken is a bird of many devices. In Russian folklore, Baba Yaga, a witch with iron teeth, dwells in a hut that is perched on two chicken legs. In Texas, Street’s Fine Chicken...

The half dozen

The 122nd Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo runs through Feb. 3. Head to the Will Rogers Coliseum for daily rodeo action, carnival rides, exhibits and live music. See some real Texas...

“The Post”: a timely and praiseworthy film

Director Steven Spielberg, who brought the world important historical dramas such as “Bridge of Spies,” “Lincoln” and “Schindler’s List,” is back and has brought another extremely relevant work to audiences in “The Post.” “The Post”...

Humans of UD

Name: Kaity Chaikowsky Hometown: Baltimore, Md. Major: Psychology Classification: Junior If you walked into Kaity Chaikowsky’s bedroom, you’d think that a hurricane had just hit. Dozens of psychology journals and textbooks litter the floor, her roommate’s copy of...

A student’s guide to the Toyota Music Factory

The Toyota Music Factory doesn’t exactly look like a new and impressive concert venue from the northbound lane of John Carpenter Freeway, just two exits north of the University of Dallas and about an...

The half dozen

Drink and Draw Weekly Sketch at Lucky Dog Books on Jan. 25. Just bring a sketchbook and something to draw with. Those over 21 are welcome to bring their own beverages. Snacks...

Little known facts: a headache of a handbook

While most people understand that times have changed dramatically in the past few decades, many students are unaware of how true that change is for the culture of the University of Dallas in particular. The...