UD partners with American Airlines

On Feb. 17, the University of Dallas officially announced a partnership between the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business and American Airlines. The partnership is the culmination of several months of...

35 Freshmen Missing: Why did they go?

Thirty-five members of the class of 2025 did not return to the University of Dallas for the spring 2022 semester, leaving a noticeable absence from Bible studies and dorm rooms.

Groundhog 2022 sparks conversations about UD culture

After a year’s hiatus, Groundhog 2022 returned to the University of Dallas the first weekend of February. Students and faculty alike refused to let the ice, snow and mud bog down the...

The future of COVID-19 policies on campus

The University of Dallas’ COVID-19 policies have changed since last semester. The reason for some of the changes is that the CDC has changed its guidelines surrounding COVID-19, which involve shortening quarantine...

The future of online classes

Since COVID-19 started, many professors have taught online and some still do. The University of Dallas has been committed to trying to offer a unique in-person experience for students while also accommodating...

Campus updates: Slow but steady

University of Dallas students and faculty may have noticed the recent campus updates inside the bathrooms and floors in major buildings like Braniff and the Haggar Student Center on Feb. 1, 2022.

Counseling Center awareness and demand

The University of Dallas Counseling Center is a therapy service located in upstairs Haggar that provides both in person and online appointments to current students.  According to Dr. Roper,...

FOCUS missionaries take UD students to SEEK

The University of Dallas FOCUS missionaries took 40 students to the national FOCUS-run SEEK conference in Dallas the weekend of Feb. 4-6.  Rachel Zayas, the head of the FOCUS...

Dr. Brett Landry steps down as Dean of the Gupta College of Business

After seven years of service, Dr. Brett Landry will be stepping down from the position of Dean of the Business College at the University of Dallas. This is not a rushed or...

Changes to the “heart of UD”

For years, the open-mouthed, contemporary crucifix hung above the altar in the Church of the Incarnation. But when students returned to school in January, they were greeted by a different corpus —...

Alumni Spotlight: Nathan Smith

Graduating from college and searching for full-time employment is already a difficult task. Throw the onset of a world-wide pandemic with rising rates of unemployment into the mix and you’re facing an...

The arrival of the Spromers

The excitement in the air was evident as the 71 members of the University of Dallas 2022 spring Rome class got off the buses from the airport on Saturday, Jan. 15, and...

Groundhog Day festivities return

The University of Dallas is holding its annual Groundhog celebration on Feb. 5. The event that was downsized last year is coming back in full force this coming weekend. Multiple school events...

Printing & Postal takes control of selling course packets

Course packets are now being sold out of the office of Printing & Postal instead of the department offices. Dean of the Constantin College of Liberal Arts Philip Harold and post office...

King Haggar Haggerty Awards Ceremony honors faculty

On Jan. 18, approximately 125 University of Dallas faculty members gathered both in person and online for the King Haggar Haggerty Awards Ceremony. The ceremony was an opportunity to recognize outstanding professors,...