Students protest new flooring in Haggar and Braniff

From Monday, March 28 to Tuesday the 29, 63 University of Dallas students participated in two separate sit-ins in protest of the new flooring in Braniff and Haggar University Center. The leaders...

President Sanford steps down from the presidency in order to pursue lifelong dream

In devastating news for the University, Dr. Jonathan Sanford recently announced that he will be stepping down from the presidency and leaving the University of Dallas. With this being Sanford’s inaugural year...

State health inspector visits Madonna Hall, declares it uninhabitable; investigation to follow

On April 1, Inspector Jacques Clousseu was called in by the Texas Department of State Health Services to inspect Madonna Hall at the University of Dallas after reports of questionable living conditions...

UD Dating Culture: A New Hope?

A new class called “Romance for Rookies” taught by Dr. Upham, the head of the politics department, will be offered at the University of Dallas next year. “The class,...

Putnam Math Exam results released

On Dec. 4, 2021,  six University of Dallas students participated in the annual Putnam Math Exam.  The Putnam began in 1938 as an opportunity for mathematics departments at the...

Alternative Spring Break mission trip goes to Lake Charles, Louisiana

The 2022 Alternative Spring Break mission trip took place this year in Lake Charles, Louisiana. From the first Sunday of spring break, March 13, until Saturday, March 19, eight University of Dallas...

UD welcomes Deacon Ryan Sales as new campus minister

On March 1, Deacon Ryan Sales officially became a new Campus Minister for the University of Dallas.  Dcn. Sales hails from Northern Alberta, Canada and he carries quite a...

UD’s College Citizens Program to serve first-gen DFW high school seniors

In July, the University of Dallas will  host the first session of its new College Citizens program. 12 rising high school seniors from the DFW area will spend three weeks at UD,...

UD expands Mayterm to greater serve student body

Officially announced on Friday, March 4, the University of Dallas’ Irving Summer program will be in effect as of May 2022. Directed by professor Kyle Lemieux, associate professor of drama, Irving Summer...

Sanford’s Arete Lecture Series: Cultivating virtue and excellence

President Sanford’s lecture series, titled “Arete: Renewing Our Culture through Educational Excellence,” officially launched on Sept. 30, 2021. The series is meant to shed light on the mission of the University of...

Outdoor dining’s fresh start after spring break

Outdoor dining for students will return for two weeks at the University of Dallas Haggar Cafe when the campus reopens after spring break.  “We have a plan to partner...

Four UD students selected as finalists for MEMNTO conference

On Feb. 26, the 5th Annual Medievalists and Early Modernists of North Texas and Oklahoma  Conference in Medieval and Early Modern Studies took place at Austin College in Sherman, Texas, where undergraduates...

Catherine residents and music department in harmony

Catherine Hall, located on the east side of campus, was home to offices and departments such as the drama costume shop and the yearbook but was renovated to accommodate freshman girls for...

Rombs takes role as coordinator of campus ministry on Rome campus

As of spring 2022, Dr. Ronnie Rombs has taken on a new role as coordinator of campus ministry on the University of Dallas Due Santi campus, as the former chaplain, Monsignor Thomas...

Spain and France study abroad returns in the summer

In the summer of 2022, the French and Spanish departments will be sending students to study abroad with outside universities — in Lyon and Avila respectively — for the first time since...