What super power would you like to have?
Worst pickup line ever?
What would you do for a million dollars
What is the strangest thing you’ve ever had in your mouth?
What have you and your siblings fought about?
by Clifford Reed
What is the biggest lie you have ever been caught in?
By Clifford Reed
With homecoming coming up and the recent presidential election taking place, everyone has gotten into the campaign fever. Candidates are doing everything the can at this time of year to prove to the students that they should be selected as homecoming king or queen. I was able to get some interesting reasons from Pick Rick, who is running for homecoming king as to why he should be selected. I caught up with him at a fraternity fundraiser in front of the university center. He shared what it meant to him to be selected king and how much mavs spirit he has for his school.
By Clifford Reed II
Seth Myers of Saturday Night Live Fame is coming to University of Texas Arlington as part of the Mavs speaker series. He is the latest in a forum that has featured some prominent names in entertainment. The showcase, which will be held at College Park Center is following some big events that have been held at the center since its opening. Flo rida, Drake, and the homecoming events have all been held at the College Park Center but this is shaping up to be one of the biggest events. Students all around campus are excited and anxious to attend. I spoke with freshman all the way up to seniors and each had great enthusiasm to what this means for the university.
By Clifford Reed II
This past week the University Writing Center celebrated the National Day on Writing by encouraging students to write a short story on twitter. The National Council of Teachers of English also known as NTCE, launched a national campaign to encourage taking to twitter to share a story. By encouraging users to use the hashtag #WhatIWrite they hope to have a trending topic on National Day on Writing. While you usually don’t find the best grammar on twitter, one student, Joshua Mitchell, a writing tutor, does feel it can be helpful to encourage writers. For more information visit The National Council of Teachers of English.
By Clifford J Reed II