Nashwa Bawab is an editorial fellow at the Dallas Observer and a recent journalism graduate from The University of Texas at Austin. She's from Arlington and is excited to begin writing important stories from DFW.
1 day ago | Education
At a homeless shelter in the heart of Dallas on Wednesday evening, kids gathered for a special tutoring session focused on Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The tutoring session is part of an initiative by Explore Horizons and Family Gate...
2 days ago | Police
“What is your first memory of racism? How did it affect you?” “What most frustrates you about current race relations in America?” “Do you think your race changes the intensity of your reaction to Botham Jean’s shooting than for a person of a diffe...
4 days ago | Buzz
The Spunky Squaw, a Stephenville-based online boutique that was ensnared in a controversy in October for their use of what many believe was a racist slur in their business name, recently had their website taken down, causing a collective sigh...
10 days ago | News
Ever since he left the FBI in a scandalous uproar in 2008, John Guandolo has made a name for himself among right-wing conspiracy theorists, especially through his special “training” programs, which he gives to law enforcement throughout the countr...
16 days ago | People Issue
The trees in North Texas are brighter and more colorful than ever — or at least that's what some Dallas residents have determined. Dallasites on Facebook have taken notice of the colorful fall foliage, with one poster saying, “All of that rain mus...
18 days ago | Immigration
Dallasites gathered at City Hall in solidarity with asylum seekers on Sunday as reports came in about hundreds of migrants from the Central American migrant caravan marching along the U.S.-Mexico border. More than 50 people gathered in the cold in...