Pipe replacement on UD property begins

Dallas-based natural gas distributor Atmos Energy is installing nearly five miles of pipes in the land surrounding the University of Dallas campus to replace the current gas pipeline, which is over 50 years old....

One semester in, Cap Bar changes felt by all

The sight is familiar to anyone acquainted with the University of Dallas campus: five rectangular mirrors against navy blue tile, an oblong black counter, and a cumbersome—yet powerful—espresso machine, all staffed by a cheerful...

Removal of recycling bins from freshman dorms setback to environmental efforts

Many freshmen were surprised to discover that the recycling bins in the freshman dorms had disappeared over Christmas break. Jerry Haba, the co-director of UD Facilities, said that the freshman dorm recycling program was...

Sparse discussion on race at UD through fliers, MLK day, BHM

It’s here:Black History Month, a period of time dedicated to remembering the legacy of civil rights leaders, as well as reflecting on the state of race in this country and on our campus. But now,...

Dallas area protesters attend APPI talk on gender

Prominent conservative figure Ryan Anderson delivered a talk titled, “When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Movement.” The address has compelled students, faculty and members of Dallas’ LGBT community to participate in a...

Church of the Incarnation adds weekend daily mass times

Starting on the first Saturday of Lent, Feb. 17, Church of the Incarnation will be adding two new Mass times to the liturgical schedule: Fridays at 5 p.m. and Saturdays at 12:05 p.m. Fr....

New cameras installed outside Haggar

In late January, a 360-degree camera was installed atop the Haggar balcony overlooking the Mall and another was installed overlooking Cardinal Farrell Hall. The recent move of the Campus Safety Office to the former Student...

Security measures for Groundhog 2018 include addition of paramedics

To keep Groundhog safe this year, the University of Dallas will contract with two paramedics and an ambulance in addition to the usual  off-duty police officers. It is normal for off-duty law enforcement officers to...

Concerns grow that Groundhog may exacerbate flu season at UD

As influenza continues to spread across the U.S. and North Texas, students and alumni will gather at the University of Dallas for its annual Groundhog celebration. Since the event places a large amount of people...

USCCB selects UD alumni to rep at youth pre-synod in Rome

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) selected three young adults last Thursday to attend a pre-synodal meeting in Rome before the 2018 Youth Synod in October, including the University of Dallas’s director...

SG to send reps to Florida for conference

In an emergency Student Government (SG) session on Monday, Jan. 22, the senate cleared up to $650 from the general ledger to be spent on airfare for three representatives, at $211 per person, to...

Cancellations follow lower enrollment in elective courses

As the Jan. 23rd registration deadline approaches, some faculty are voicing concern that fewer students may be registering for electives than in previous semesters. But even as  professors from the English and history departments report...

Members of UD community attend March for Life

Thousands of pro-life advocates rallied in Dallas on Saturday in a march led by seminarians from the Holy Trinity Seminary and were joined by students, alumni and priests from the University of Dallas. The event...