Sleek. Sexy. Mysterious. Aesthetic is not a problem for this e-magazine. Designed to “keep you in the know,” the UrbanDaddy Application offers a unique way to search for eateries. Continue reading
With a fair share of obstacles I have finished the first semester of my last year at Southern Methodist University. It has been more than an ordinary college experience, but test of my resilience.
Being a product of the Dallas Independent School District, I am certainly grateful to have been given the opportunity to attend the prestigious university SMU. I have been lucky enough to have found ‘SMU’s Gem,’ as Katie put it, the Communication Studies Department. I feel confident in my area of study and I will be applying what I have learned very soon. I am hoping to get an internship in the Sports or Event Planning field.
I will be taking Summer I & II courses. I will also finally be able to play Co-ed Softball, as I have missed out on for a year due to my studies. I play catcher, and I am really excited. I also plan to attend a few boxing cards to network with some of Dallas’ coaches, promoters, and fighters. Opening more doors means I may have a chance at working for the major promotion companies.
Fall 2013 will be my last semester. Wow, that feels good to say. I think I might just say it again. Fall 2013 will be my last semester. If everything goes as planned I will only be enrolled in nine credit hours. All in all, I am so proud to be a Mutang, and I look forward to the challenges ahead.
For some people, graduating from college is the last step into adulthood. Freedom, your own place, and cooking for yourself. Being a Hispanic I can handle heat, especially in the kitchen. As a small gift to graduating seniors, here are a couple of ‘Authentic Mexican Recipes’. Continue reading
If you are from Dallas, when you hear Oak Cliff you might cringe. Despite the neighborhood’s reputation for high crime, there is a bright light beaming from 2120 W. Jefferson Street. Continue reading
In the sport of boxing, Friday is the eve of fight night. What’s in store for this upcoming battle? One fighter will step down from his throne, the other will continue his reign. Continue reading
Social Media has become a platform for show and tell. We live in the, “everyone gets a trophy,” and “look at me, I’m different,” generation. It is no surprise that more and more people are crossing social media boundaries. Continue reading
Who doesn’t enjoy sharing a good memory with friends and family? It is awesome to reminisce, but must we wait until Thursday to share our great times with the world. Continue reading
IMDb, International Movie Database. An app you can quickly whip out for all of your movie/television questions. Want to know when Transformers 4 will be coming out, or the movie times at a certain theater? IMDB it! Continue reading
Catch him in the bike lane riding around Oak Cliff or the neighborhood hot spot Bishop Arts District. The humble Dustin Cavazos is an unorthodox rapper/producer/songwriter. Rather than surrender to the stereotypical profane staccato sound we now know as rap, Dustin uses his eloquent lexicon in his newest album, In and out of Sleep. Continue reading
Shoe connoisseurs now have to camp out close to their computers rather than waiting in line for days to get their pair. The “Midnight Release” craze has resulted in tragedy too often for Nike to ignore. As of last spring Nike has decided you must RSVP via Twitter to ‘cop’ a pair of these limited edition shoes. A link to a video is embedded below to give you an idea of just how crazy it can get.
Word problem of the day. Melanie’s schedule consists of working, eating, sleeping, daily workouts, and catching up on her DVR recordings. If her schedule consumes 22 hours of the day, how many hours does she have left for Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram? If you said two, boy are you wrong. Continue reading