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Eliana Goodman

Eliana is a very tall sophomore who usually has her nose stuck in a book, loves her pets, binging the Office and fat straws.

CitySlicker: Tex-Mas Cheer

With holiday break approaching, it’s time to whip our mittens, scarves and fuzzy socks out of storage. Despite Texas’s unruly dry and warm weather, Dallas perseveres with its holiday spirit, providing tourists and locals...

Hold On to Your Hanukkiahs: the Story Behind Hanukkah

When one reflects on what they know about Judaism, one word particularly comes to mind: Hanukkah. Images of dimly lit menorahs, dreidels, latkes, and blue-and-white wrapped presents might crowd one’s mind; however, facts about...

IDEA Lab Hosts Design Challenge for Nov. 30

PICTURED ABOVE: Sophomore Hope Fu brainstorms ideas to answer a “How Might We” question. Pictures provided by Lin Lin Lee. “How might we?” is a question that is being asked more and more in the...

Local Community Service Opportunities Before Thanksgiving

PICTURED ABOVE: A bustling scene from 2016’s Feast of Sharing. Sign up to volunteer at 2017’s Feast of Sharing on x2VOL. Photo by Amelia Brown.  Giving back to others is a productive way to...

Dallas Invigorates its Art Scene with Cultural Plan

When thinking of the Dallas art scene, live music from the clubs of Deep Ellum might blast in one’s head; perhaps a serene view of the Nasher sculpture gardens or the newest exhibit at...

Best of the Brew

In honor of National Coffee day on Sept. 29, we’re putting plain black coffee up against fancier coffee, everything from lattes to frappuccinos. Each type has its pros and cons, but which one is...

Eugene McDermott Foundation Donates $1 Million to Planned Parenthood

PICTURED ABOVE: Senior Anden Suarez marched in the Women’s Rights Rally in Dallas on Jan. 21.  On Tuesday, Aug. 29, the Eugene McDermott foundation donated $1 million to Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, Inc...