Community Voices columnist Jonathan Demarest thinks the political left has a responsibility to be better educated on their positions.
Community Voices columnist Matt Bush thinks the Starbucks favorite is being released one month too soon.
The similarities in the El Paso shooter’s manifesto and Republican lawmakers highlight the influence of the words we use.
The two entertainment companies’ failure of a deal could leave the fans and the MCU hanging by a thread.
When a student first moves into an on-campus residence, they are met with a flurry of papers, room inspection forms, coupons to local restaurants and emergency phone numbers. All good stuff for a new or returning student.
On Feb. 15, in an effort to regain political clout with his own base, President Donald Trump declared the crisis along the southern border a national emergency. The announcement came at a time when presidential hopefuls on the Democratic side have ramped up their campaign efforts for the 202…
When I graduated from high school and started my college career, I thought the days of taking general education courses were long behind me. Oh, how that sweet summer child of many semesters ago was so sadly mistaken.
While many Democrats have declared their candidacy for president in the upcoming 2020 election, one man has caused the greatest uproar on the left by simply considering to run as an independent. That man is Howard Schultz.
Please can we stop with the billionaires running for president? Howard Schultz, the former CEO of Starbucks, has stated he is considering a run for president in the upcoming 2020 election. The former owner of the Seattle SuperSonics has decided that the left has gone too far with their affor…
Early on Jan. 29, “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett was attacked in what the Chicago Police Department is calling a “potential racially charged hate crime.”
The American Dream City and its growing pains. A place that exudes as much potential as it does frustration. A city whose freeways and main arteries have been in surgery for what seems like a decade now.
Computers and other electronics are constantly being integrated into more areas of our lives. Not only do we use these devices in our personal lives, but they are a necessary component of our academic lives as well.
Students are like houseplants during the winter break and the semesters are like the seasons. When you’re in the process of going from one season to the next, you’ll want to prepare your plants so they don’t get the winter blues.
Recently there has been outcry against President Donald Trump’s government rollbacks, ranging from net neutrality to Environmental Protection Agency regulations.
For many, voting is the most sanctimonious right available to an individual. A clear and open election, welcoming to all citizens, is what keeps our government in check and allows us to live free from fear of endless oppression.
Donald Trump ran for president on a platform that called to return the United States to the top of the world order. His international decisions have had the opposite effect.
Thanks to misuse by partisan politics, climate change is a difficult topic to discuss. Yet it is an important topic for every organism that inhabits the Earth.
Political organizations are not uncommon on college campuses; UTA has its fair share, with prominent political organizations such as Young Americans for Freedom and University Democrats.
The men’s basketball team finished 2nd place in the Sun Belt Conference in March after playing the championship game, with a squad almost devoid of upperclassmen and completely rebuilt since last year. The women’s team is currently in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament, soaring at he…
It is well-known that boys are made of “snips and snails and puppy dogs’ tails.” Girls, on the contrary, are made of “sugar and spice and all things nice.” I don’t know what a snip is, but judging by the undesirable collection of the other boy ingredients, it probably isn’t pleasant.