The Gospel According to Republicans If you grew up in America, you must have a good grasp of what Christianity looks like, and you may have someone summarize the Bible. Back in the good ol’ days — when only white men spoke — everyone knew the Bible as a guideline for conservatism. However, now we have a lot of lying […]
7 Ways to Escape the Male Gaze Disclaimer: none of these approaches should be used in a dangerous situation, the only rule you should be following then would be to get yourself to a safe area, away from any danger. Direct their gaze elsewhere: If you notice someone staring and you’ve got your shoulders out you have a couple of options. Try […]
Ultimate Guide to Local UTD Eats: October Edition Ricky’s Hot Chicken: If you like spicy food and chicken in many different forms, you need to try Ricky’s Hot Chicken. And if you don’t like either of those things, try having better taste. Located a 10-minute drive from campus, Ricky’s has amazingly savory Nashville chicken for a price range of around $9-$13. They also […]
Madonnas & Whores The women’s rights movement has shifted and changed significantly over the past few decades, in some ways for the better and in other ways for the worse. However, what has remained constant are the incels who will do whatever it takes to keep women in positions where they will never be free from misogynistic and […]
AMP’s Official Back To School Guide For Local Eats With two generations of new Comets arriving on campus for the first time, we here at AMP have taken it upon ourselves to ensure that all of UTD’s most crucial generational knowledge is passed on successfully. With the help of several current students and recent alumni, AMP staff has put together a list of some […]
Black Women and the Short Men Who Won’t Leave Them Alone I know what you’re probably thinking: here comes another think piece about racism and inequality. To put it simply, you’re absolutely right; but today we’re going to be more introspective. I’m talking about looking at problems within the black community that are promoting the cycle of inequality. The day colonizers stepped foot on African soil […]
Confederate Heroes’ Day: Oxymoron or Holiday? What is a holiday to some, is a painful reminder to others.