Comps and circumstance

The fearful finale of four years If you’re an astute observer, you might have already noticed the sudden change in academic priorities within the senior class this semester....

Groundhog Guidance

Dear Groundhog, I’m really interested in Taylor Swift! However, none of my close friends think she’s as amazing as I do. How do I get them interested? I can’t...

Groundhog Guidance

Happy Valentine’s Day, UDers! I heard you were curious about my opinions on chick flicks and, with it being such a special day, I thought I’d rank some of the best and...

The daily desert

An invitation to the Liturgy of the Hours One of my favorite paintings is Jean Francois Millet’s “The Angelus.” A farming couple pause their work in the fields...

Don’t be a heretic in this Lenten season

A Dominican friar and a Jesuit walk into a bar. The bartender approaches them and asks them, “Which of the religious orders is better, the Dominicans or the Jesuits?” The friar laughs...

The Revitalization of the UD Swing Club

As a prospective student researching UD, I soon came across the reported prominence of swing dancing in UD culture; however, what I saw in my research did not quite reflect the UD...

Fireside tales: Groundhog Day

The Repeating Friday “Every day felt like a Friday!” Camila Martinez, senior English major, said about past Groundhog Week, a quite apt description regarding this holiday. With no classes...

All hail the Groundhog Court of 2024

Any avid reader of The Cor Chronicle will likely recognize the faces of 2024’s Groundhog Court. Ryan Connor and Eleanor Jenkins seem to have a hand in every good thing on the...

UD’s creative community captured, but not contained at Cap House

From a nearly universal love of Groundhog Day to a just as widespread distaste for the Cap Bar line, there are a lot of unusual components to UD culture that bewilder new...

On Fall Rome: I came. I saw. I have some concerns.

Freshmen at UD are all familiar with epic poetry. Over the course of Lit Trad I, they read the tales of heroes far from home facing impossible challenges, getting themselves into dangerous...

Encountering Christ in the crowd

On the first day of the new year, 20,000 people converged in St. Louis, Missouri for the Mass which began the SEEK conference. Included in these 20,000 were around 60 students from...

Groundhog Guidance

Dear Groundhog, I fight between loving the single life but also really wanting a boyfriend or attention from guys, how do I be at peace and live my life...

Meet our new mental health counselors

The spring semester is in full swing, and the Counseling Department at The University of Dallas is bustling with new staff members eager to contribute to the well-being of students. Although seeking...

Meet the artist: the hands behind the mugs

Annabelle Nicholas, a junior ceramics major, is just one of the artists selling her work this semester at the Dead Day art sale. Ceramics is a highly coveted class...

A twist on a UD tradition

The Dead Day art sale and Advent Market On this last day of classes for the fall semester, we prepare to face finals: learning our exam schedule, penciling...