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    ‘My body, my choice’ – Protestors gather in Denton square for reproductive rights

‘My body, my choice’ – Protestors gather in Denton square for reproductive rights

It was a Saturday afternoon of handmade signs and shouting as protestors gathered on the Denton square’s courthouse lawn to denounce or defend the possible overturning of Roe v. Wade.

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    Denton County could be Texas’ 5th community to end veteran homelessness

Denton County could be Texas’ 5th community to end veteran homelessness

An ongoing partnership between Denton County and United Way of Denton County continues to work towards ending veteran homelessness, with some organizers believing Denton could be the next Texas community

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    FDA approves university-developed COVID-19 breathalyzer test

FDA approves university-developed COVID-19 breathalyzer test

The Food and Drug Administration recently approved a COVID-19 breathalyzer test for emergency use, a technology that was developed by a team of researchers at the university’s chemistry department.  The

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    University researchers address aphasia, an ‘invisible’ disability

University researchers address aphasia, an ‘invisible’ disability

University researchers have started a new group known as The Aphasia Collaborative to raise awareness and provide resources for people with the communicative impairment. Aphasia results from trauma to the

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    University will no longer offer free COVID-19 tests, vaccinations

University will no longer offer free COVID-19 tests, vaccinations

Starting May 13, the university will return to some pre-pandemic policies, including no longer offering free COVID-19 tests and vaccinations, according to a Student Health and Wellness Center health alert.

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    YCT wins lawsuit against university over resident status tuition costs

YCT wins lawsuit against university over resident status tuition costs

A federal judge ruled in favor of the Young Conservatives of Texas in its lawsuit against the university, stating charging higher tuition for out-of-state students than Texan students with undocumented

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    Proposed downtown redevelopment would transform Denton Square

Proposed downtown redevelopment would transform Denton Square

Scott Brown Commercial and Pivot Technologies recently unveiled a nearly $100 million redevelopment of downtown Denton which includes a proposed hotel, convention center, parking garage and entertainment venue.  If approved, the

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    SGA presidential team looks ahead at State of the Undergraduate Student Body

SGA presidential team looks ahead at State of the Undergraduate Student Body

Dozens of Student Government Association members and students gathered in the Apogee Stadium’s third-floor Hub Club Tuesday evening to attend the school year’s last State of the Undergraduate Student Body.

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    SGA holds last meeting of the semester

SGA holds last meeting of the semester

The Student Government Association held its last meeting of the semester on Wednesday, closing out its 219th session by finalizing the list of members serving in the summer senate. The SGA

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    University event in response to student protests scheduled for fall semester

University event in response to student protests scheduled for fall semester

A discussion with student protestors previously suggested by university President Neal Smatresk has now been officially scheduled for the upcoming fall semester, according to administration. The idea for the event

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    Instant Denton captures moments through instant film photography

Instant Denton captures moments through instant film photography

With a Polaroid camera in hand, John Eric Munoz, photographer and UNT CoLab employee, photographs anything that catches his eye as he travels throughout Denton. Working in the CoLab, Munoz

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    Student starts online soap business while juggling studies

Student starts online soap business while juggling studies

Passion and motivation are two traits valued by Kathryn Davis, criminal justice and psychology double-major and the owner of Nature Works by Kat, her Etsy shop. Using these qualities, she

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    Alumni debut arts and music festival Denton Makers Fest

Alumni debut arts and music festival Denton Makers Fest

Parked cars line East Sycamore Street around Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios on April 30 as arts and music enthusiasts attend Denton Makers Fest’s first event.  The festival took place from

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    Alumna transforms imaginary worlds into physical art forms

Alumna transforms imaginary worlds into physical art forms

As a child, alumna Kenna Reid felt something was wrong with her. She did not fit in with others and often internalized her own insecurities. To evade these anxieties, she

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    Local band ‘Darling Farm’ starts to bloom

Local band ‘Darling Farm’ starts to bloom

While the music of Denton-based band Darling Farm is about everyday life, the group’s journey has not followed the standard trajectory of the local scene. Less than a year old,

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    Made in Denton serves as Arts & Jazz Fest fundraiser, connects community through love for music

Made in Denton serves as Arts & Jazz Fest fundraiser, connects community through love for music

Red lights illuminate the stage as the upbeat guitar riffs of Canadian guitarist Redd Volkaert fill the space. Members from across the Denton community gathered around Dan’s Silverleaf take in

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    Trans Pride Fest celebrates transgender community through music and dancing

Trans Pride Fest celebrates transgender community through music and dancing

As music blares over the speakers, a large group of people donned in colorful eye makeup, bright jewelry, LGBTQ+ flags and patches surround a stage in front of the University

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    Made in Denton Music Event fundraiser debuts this weekend

Made in Denton Music Event fundraiser debuts this weekend

Similar to the Denton Jazz and Arts Festival, the Made in Denton Music Event, a new benefit concert, is being held from April 29 through May 1. Single-day tickets are

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    Former university printmaking professor creates letterpress business

Former university printmaking professor creates letterpress business

Within the walls of 4 Acre Press in Argyle, former university professor Syd Webb, 33,  sits at her desk surrounded by a collection of machinery, artwork and letterpress type which

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    27th annual Redbud Festival aims to plant seeds of environmental awareness

27th annual Redbud Festival aims to plant seeds of environmental awareness

A crowd gathers around the yard of the Denton Civic Center as models strut across the stage dressed in their elaborate creations. The audience cheers as each designer flaunt their

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Sports
    ‘We’re tough as anybody:’ Softball heads into first NCAA regional riding conference triumph

‘We’re tough as anybody:’ Softball heads into first NCAA regional riding conference triumph

A victory over Western Kentucky University last Saturday in the Conference USA tournament championship clinched softball’s first trip to the NCAA regional round. In the days prior to the tournament,

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    Softball hosts Conference USA tournament with No. 2 seed in hand

Softball hosts Conference USA tournament with No. 2 seed in hand

As the regular season drew to a close with a 9-6 loss to Marshall University on Sunday, a few members of the softball team gathered around phones to watch Louisiana

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    Women’s golf motivated for second chance at regionals

Women’s golf motivated for second chance at regionals

Repeating as Conference USA champion has the women’s golf team headed back to NCAA Regionals for the second consecutive season and third time in program history. Last season’s trip to

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    Friends and farewells: Men’s golf veteran to return to Europe

Friends and farewells: Men’s golf veteran to return to Europe

In a sport that focuses on the individual, men’s golf fifth-year Viktor Forslund credits his passion for golf to the relationships he has built while playing. “I think having relationships

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    Touching base: Kailey Gamble’s time with softball defined by relationships

Touching base: Kailey Gamble’s time with softball defined by relationships

A bond formed when she was in eighth grade saw sophomore first baseman Kailey Gamble follow head coach Rodney DeLong in committing to three different schools. The relationship between Gamble

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    ICYMI: Softball wins series, drops finale as regular season end nears

ICYMI: Softball wins series, drops finale as regular season end nears

In its penultimate regular-season series, softball won two of three versus the University of Alabama-Birmingham.  North Texas (30-13, 15-6 Conference USA) came into Birmingham, Ala., a game ahead of Louisiana

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Opinion
    Unionization’s flicker of hope in Staten Island

Unionization’s flicker of hope in Staten Island

The news hit the U.S. and fell off of the radar within hours. In the predominantly middle-class Staten Island, a trailblazing labor union had been born. At Amazon’s JFK8 site,

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    African Americans still face hair discrimination

African Americans still face hair discrimination

African Americans just can’t catch a break when it comes to hair discrimination. The constant discrimination they face because of their hair is the reason why we have the CROWN

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    The glorification of drug use within music is dangerous

The glorification of drug use within music is dangerous

Content warning: this article contains language and content related to drug use and addiction. Viewer discretion is advised.  As more people listen to a wider range of music genres, extremely

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    Reframing ‘coming out’ as ‘letting in’

Reframing ‘coming out’ as ‘letting in’

Coming out has always been portrayed as a monumental moment in a queer person’s life — the turning point that changes everything and the moment we can begin living a

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    Stop using casting announcements to bash actors

Stop using casting announcements to bash actors

It is no secret the internet can be a terrible place, but it tends to be where a lot of people get their news. Whether it be world events or

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    Gov. Abbott’s critical race theory bill hurts student discipline

Gov. Abbott’s critical race theory bill hurts student discipline

The passing of Gov. Greg Abbott’s bill advertised as an “anti-critical race theory bill” has had an immeasurably negative impact on how teachers can grapple with complex issues in an

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    Learning to avoid sharing opinions when the topic does not concern you

Learning to avoid sharing opinions when the topic does not concern you

Scrolling through Twitter shows how so many people feel the need to voice their opinions about situations when it doesn’t concern them. I know by writing this article I am

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    Should students skip college?

Should students skip college?

Students are frequently told that college is the only option after graduating high school. They often feel pressured to go to a four-year institution and receive a degree. However, even

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    ‘Channel 5 with Andrew Callaghan’ delivered best coverage of Russia-Ukraine conflict

‘Channel 5 with Andrew Callaghan’ delivered best coverage of Russia-Ukraine conflict

Uploaded on April 13, 2022, a video aptly titled “War In Ukraine,” is a 12-and-a-half minute showcase of the innocent lives affected by the war. Through guerilla-news style reporting and

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    Students should not be afraid to call out faculty, staff, fellow students

Students should not be afraid to call out faculty, staff, fellow students

Students have and will continue to face numerous complications on campus: microaggressions from university staff, grading inconsistencies from faculty, failure of accessibility to resources and student organizations that lack inclusivity.

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The Dose
    ‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’: Cooper Raiff and Dakota Johnson break hearts with their indie coming-of age comedy

‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’: Cooper Raiff and Dakota Johnson break hearts with their indie coming-of age comedy

AUSTIN, Texas – Director Cooper Raiff timidly walks across Paramount Theatre’s stage with co-stars Dakota Johnson and Vanessa Burghardt and faces a crowd of 1,000 cheering South by Southwest attendees.

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    A guide to post-punk, and other subgenres that might make you sound pretentious by accident

A guide to post-punk, and other subgenres that might make you sound pretentious by accident

Do you fear being asked what kind of music you like listening to? Do you avoid the question by stating “I listen to a little bit of everything,” to avoid

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    ‘The Northman’ cuts up an underwhelming bloodbath

‘The Northman’ cuts up an underwhelming bloodbath

Robert Eggers has quickly solidified himself as one of the best working directors today. In films like “The Witch” and “The Lighthouse,” nothing but horrific perfection oozes from the screen

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    Wet Leg’s self-titled debut album makes a big splash in the indie scene

Wet Leg’s self-titled debut album makes a big splash in the indie scene

Wet Leg’s self-titled debut album challenges the current norms of female-led indie rock, forgoing somber vulnerability with whimsical candor to create an original and addicting sound. Gaining international acclaim with

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    Who to stan? A beginner’s guide to K-pop

Who to stan? A beginner’s guide to K-pop

K-pop. It could be considered a new phenomenon, but K-pop artists have been making waves in the music industry for decades. Artists like BTS, Blackpink and even PSY with “Gangnam

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    ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ beautifully spirals into brain-melting perfection

‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ beautifully spirals into brain-melting perfection

Directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, also known as “The Daniels,” have graced us with their newest film “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” No words will ever do it justice,

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    Fowler’s ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2’ speeds past its predecessor in a huge level up

Fowler’s ‘Sonic the Hedgehog 2’ speeds past its predecessor in a huge level up

When I walked out of “Sonic the Hedgehog” back in the distant year of 2020, I found the need to make a sequel a little unnecessary. The first film in

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    Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Unlimited Love’ is an album divided

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Unlimited Love’ is an album divided

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Unlimited Love” provides more of the band’s iconic sound while also stretching its wings to reach new sounds to mixed results. “Unlimited Love” stands as Red

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    Weezer’s ‘SZNZ: Spring’ blossoms in a new direction

Weezer’s ‘SZNZ: Spring’ blossoms in a new direction

The first of Weezer’s four-part album, “SZNZ,” offers a continuation of the maturation they hinted at last year with “OK Human” while providing an enjoyable thematic experience. Despite over 15

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    Espinosa’s ‘Morbius’ proves that some vampiric tales are best left unbitten

Espinosa’s ‘Morbius’ proves that some vampiric tales are best left unbitten

Riding off the adrenaline of “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” we have gotten yet another “Sonyverse” film, this time coming to life in the form of “Morbius.” Saying this movie came

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    ‘My body, my choice’ – Protestors gather in Denton square for reproductive rights

‘My body, my choice’ – Protestors gather in Denton square for reproductive rights

It was a Saturday afternoon of handmade signs and shouting as protestors gathered on the Denton square’s courthouse lawn to denounce or defend the possible overturning of Roe v. Wade.

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    Alumni debut arts and music festival Denton Makers Fest

Alumni debut arts and music festival Denton Makers Fest

Parked cars line East Sycamore Street around Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios on April 30 as arts and music enthusiasts attend Denton Makers Fest’s first event.  The festival took place from

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    Made in Denton serves as Arts & Jazz Fest fundraiser, connects community through love for music

Made in Denton serves as Arts & Jazz Fest fundraiser, connects community through love for music

Red lights illuminate the stage as the upbeat guitar riffs of Canadian guitarist Redd Volkaert fill the space. Members from across the Denton community gathered around Dan’s Silverleaf take in

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    Trans Pride Fest celebrates transgender community through music and dancing

Trans Pride Fest celebrates transgender community through music and dancing

As music blares over the speakers, a large group of people donned in colorful eye makeup, bright jewelry, LGBTQ+ flags and patches surround a stage in front of the University

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    27th annual Redbud Festival aims to plant seeds of environmental awareness

27th annual Redbud Festival aims to plant seeds of environmental awareness

A crowd gathers around the yard of the Denton Civic Center as models strut across the stage dressed in their elaborate creations. The audience cheers as each designer flaunt their

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    Legalize Fest supports marijuana decriminalization, cannabis community

Legalize Fest supports marijuana decriminalization, cannabis community

Electric music fills the ground of Killer’s Tacos as members of local rock band Blue Feel are illuminated by lights of blue, red and green. While attendees gather around the

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    UPC’s North by North Texas music festival returns in person for first time since 2019

UPC’s North by North Texas music festival returns in person for first time since 2019

With the sun creeping toward the horizon, a crowd gathers around a stage erected in Library Mall, moments later media arts freshman Micah Talley takes the stage, bursting into her

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    Thin Line Festival returns to in-person format after two year hiatus

Thin Line Festival returns to in-person format after two year hiatus

Denton’s 15th annual Thin Line Film and Music Festival took place from March 23 through March 27, featuring local music acts and films from across the globe.  The festival, which

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    SXSW 2022: GALLERY: Festival closes with music at Lady Bird Lake, ‘Atlanta’ season 3 premiere

SXSW 2022: GALLERY: Festival closes with music at Lady Bird Lake, ‘Atlanta’ season 3 premiere

Since today marks the week anniversary of the end of South by Southwest 2022, the North Texas Daily has compiled a gallery of photos from one of the final days

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    SXSW 2022: GALLERY: Thursday and Friday bring art exhibitions, poster expo and Texas premiere

SXSW 2022: GALLERY: Thursday and Friday bring art exhibitions, poster expo and Texas premiere

AUSTIN, Texas – Days seven and eight of South by Southwest included a variety of art, music and film to appeal to the interests of different festivalgoers. Thursday brought the

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