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Four city council seats up for grabs in May 1 election

Denton County will hold elections on May 1 for four city council seats with a range of candidates from incumbents to a scientist and researcher to a university graduate student.
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Four city council seats up for grabs in May 1 election

SGA presidential election voting closes, candidates delve into their campaigns

Note from the Editor-in-Chief: As we continue our coverage of this year’s Student Government Association election, the North Texas Daily, in the pursuit of full transparency, would like to disclose
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SGA presidential election voting closes, candidates delve into their campaigns

The Last Draft Podcast – Episode 20: Jalie Mitchell

Coming off a historic 13-7 season with her ascending women’s basketball squad, Matt Suarez & Zach Thomas sat down talked about it all with the one and only Jalie Mitchell.
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The Last Draft Podcast – Episode 20: Jalie Mitchell

Asian student organizations advocate for awareness following violence

Several Asian American and Pacific Islander student organizations are raising awareness and banding together after the Atlanta Spa Shootings and an increase in violence against Asian-Americans during the pandemic.  Since
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Asian student organizations advocate for awareness following violence

SGA presidential candidates debate accountability, affordability, concerns over candidate’s diversity, inclusion attitudes

Note from the Editor-in-Chief: As we begin our coverage of this year’s Student Government Association election, the North Texas Daily, in the pursuit of full transparency, would like to disclose
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SGA presidential candidates debate accountability, affordability, concerns over candidate’s diversity, inclusion attitudes
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    Devon Skinner, David Muñoz-Sarabia elected for 2021-2022 SGA Presidenct, Vice President with continued record-low turnout

Devon Skinner, David Muñoz-Sarabia elected for 2021-2022 SGA Presidenct, Vice President with continued record-low turnout

Students elected Devon Skinner and David Muñoz-Sarabia as the 2021-2022 Student Government Association’s president and vice president, with turnout decreasing about 6.5 percent from last year’s election. Skinner and Muñoz-Sarabia

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    New spring group counseling sessions still available for students

New spring group counseling sessions still available for students

The Counseling and Testing Services Center introduced weekly group counseling sessions this spring, such as Communicating With Confidence, Grief Relief and COVID- 19 Concerns. While several of the group counseling

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    ‘Hiring freeze’ eases as university recoups staff for face-to-face semester

‘Hiring freeze’ eases as university recoups staff for face-to-face semester

The university released 356 frozen positions since January of this year in preparation for the next school year, President Neal Smatresk said in an email to the North Texas Daily.

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    Four city council seats up for grabs in May 1 election

Four city council seats up for grabs in May 1 election

Denton County will hold elections on May 1 for four city council seats with a range of candidates from incumbents to a scientist and researcher to a university graduate student.

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    SGA presidential election voting closes, candidates delve into their campaigns

SGA presidential election voting closes, candidates delve into their campaigns

Note from the Editor-in-Chief: As we continue our coverage of this year’s Student Government Association election, the North Texas Daily, in the pursuit of full transparency, would like to disclose

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    Asian student organizations advocate for awareness following violence

Asian student organizations advocate for awareness following violence

Several Asian American and Pacific Islander student organizations are raising awareness and banding together after the Atlanta Spa Shootings and an increase in violence against Asian-Americans during the pandemic.  Since

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    SGA presidential candidates debate accountability, affordability, concerns over candidate’s diversity, inclusion attitudes

SGA presidential candidates debate accountability, affordability, concerns over candidate’s diversity, inclusion attitudes

Note from the Editor-in-Chief: As we begin our coverage of this year’s Student Government Association election, the North Texas Daily, in the pursuit of full transparency, would like to disclose

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    United Way receives $50,000 grant for winter storm Uri relief fund

United Way receives $50,000 grant for winter storm Uri relief fund

The United Way of Denton County received a $50,000 grant from the Hearst Foundation to be used for its winter storm Emergency Relief Fund. Set up in the aftermath of

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    Denton City Council extends disaster declaration, rejects potential mask mandate

Denton City Council extends disaster declaration, rejects potential mask mandate

As the Denton City Council updated its COVID-19 policy over the past two weeks, attempts to explore a citywide mask mandate failed, leaving businesses to handle regulation of their policies.

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    Chancellors, faculty discuss an in-person fall at UNT System town hall

Chancellors, faculty discuss an in-person fall at UNT System town hall

UNT System Chancellor Lesa Roe attended a virtual town hall hosted Monday, in which she and other high-ranking faculty discussed preparing for the upcoming fall semester. Roe reaffirmed the university’s

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    Denton photographer creates LGBTQ+ wedding friendly network

Denton photographer creates LGBTQ+ wedding friendly network

Chevy “Chey” Gil took a leap of faith moving to Denton six years ago. Little did she know, she would end up being a professional photographer who focuses on inclusion

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    Guyer High School art class helps save Rose Costumes with ‘Only In Denton’ coloring book

Guyer High School art class helps save Rose Costumes with ‘Only In Denton’ coloring book

For 45 years, Rose Costumes, originally Secondhand Rose, has been selling and renting costumes to schools and theaters, while providing individuals with grand imaginations to come explore the shop filled

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    UNT student inspires creativity and intention through small business

UNT student inspires creativity and intention through small business

“Intention.” That is marketing junior Haylee Song’s word of 2021. Song started her business, Morning Rose Co., this year, and she hopes to inspire others to be creative and live

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    Thin Line presents annual festival virtually

Thin Line presents annual festival virtually

Thin Line hosted its annual film and music festival virtually from Tuesday, March 23 to Sunday, March 28. Individuals watched more than 70 documentaries created by filmmakers from across the

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    Local business supports artists through spirituality, Earth and space

Local business supports artists through spirituality, Earth and space

Three artists came together to create a platform for other artists. This resulted in Earth and Space Marketplace, a business that sells handmade products, such as candles, jewelry and art.

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    100 Stories Project celebrates diversity and women of Denton

100 Stories Project celebrates diversity and women of Denton

It all started during winter break. AnnAnn Puttithanasorn, a 20-year-old Denton resident, organized a photoshoot with a group of diverse women to celebrate their differences and cultures. After connecting and

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    Thin Line Festival stays virtual

Thin Line Festival stays virtual

The oldest documentary film festival in Texas starts today and will last until Sunday, March 28. Thin Line Festival is a six-day international documentary, national music and competitive photography festival

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    Bluebonnet Birth Services supports expecting mothers during pregnancy

Bluebonnet Birth Services supports expecting mothers during pregnancy

Words of encouragement echo in a small room at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. “You got this. Keep breathing. Don’t forget to relax.” After a 48 hour labor, Maggie Wells,

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    Salvage Shoppe moves to standalone location to advocate for inclusion, sustainability through clothing

Salvage Shoppe moves to standalone location to advocate for inclusion, sustainability through clothing

Denton shoppers walk into a new shop on Oak Street and are greeted by racks of vintage, gender-neutral clothing sold by Denton resident Julianna DiGennaro. Julianna is the owner of

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    The show must go on: Tejas Storytelling Association virtually held its annual storytelling festival

The show must go on: Tejas Storytelling Association virtually held its annual storytelling festival

The Tejas Storytelling Association did not let COVID-19 interfere with its annual show of storytellers. This year, the nonprofit organization virtually held its 36th annual Texas Storytelling Festival from March

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Sports
    COLUMN: Recent transfers are the price to pay for men’s basketball’s success

COLUMN: Recent transfers are the price to pay for men’s basketball’s success

The men’s basketball team’s dominance has been a long time coming. Ever since the arrival of head coach Grant McCasland, the squad has been trending in the right direction. If

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    Holding serve: How an international tennis freshman has adapted on and off the court

Holding serve: How an international tennis freshman has adapted on and off the court

After an up-and-down start to the season, the tennis team’s lone freshman has found her footing this spring. Dealing with the challenges of leaving her home country and adjusting to

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    How Sophia Hummel rediscovered her joy for the game

How Sophia Hummel rediscovered her joy for the game

As the tennis team approaches the end of the season, the goal has become to peak and gain good momentum as the conference tournament approaches. For sophomore Sophia Hummel, it

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    With tourney seed on the line, soccer is hungry to top Roadrunners in regular-season finale

With tourney seed on the line, soccer is hungry to top Roadrunners in regular-season finale

After what has been a unique spring slate brought on by COVID-19, the soccer team has its sights set on a crucial April 9 showdown with the University of Texas-San

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    Recap: Softball splits opening conference series against Alabama-Birmingham

Recap: Softball splits opening conference series against Alabama-Birmingham

Friday and Saturday, North Texas softball kicked off Conference USA play at home, splitting the four-game series against the University of Alabama-Birmingham. The Mean Green lost both games on Friday

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    Recap: Soccer falls to No. 2 in C-USA West after tie with Texas-El Paso

Recap: Soccer falls to No. 2 in C-USA West after tie with Texas-El Paso

A double overtime match on Friday night in El Paso between the soccer team and the University of Texas-El Paso ended in a 1-1 draw. With the tie to Texas-El

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Opinion
    There is a double standard for women performers

There is a double standard for women performers

We live in a society where sex-positive performances by women are only a problem if they feature women of color. A white woman can freely express her sexuality on stage

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    NFTs are not just bad for the environment, they are also stupid

NFTs are not just bad for the environment, they are also stupid

If you’re like me, you probably had your social media feeds light up with a new acronym in the past few weeks. If you haven’t, I might need to make

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    Mandatory classes should have more online options

Mandatory classes should have more online options

Near the cusp of a fourth wave of the coronavirus, the U.S. is preparing for a return to normalcy. As UNT joins the world in recovering from the pandemic, we

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    Uber should provide more protections to their drivers

Uber should provide more protections to their drivers

Imagine you order an uber to go to a friend’s house. You have shared your live location with a friend to make sure your driver doesn’t take any unexpected turns.

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    A week-to-week release is the best form of television

A week-to-week release is the best form of television

Television is something that a lot of us have latched on to over the past year. Every streaming service out there has been supplying us with new shows that will

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    A look forward at Biden’s summer plans

A look forward at Biden’s summer plans

On March 11, President Joe Biden gave a speech marking the year anniversary of a national shutdown in daily activities due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He made a lot of

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    The United Kingdom needs to take a good, hard look at itself

The United Kingdom needs to take a good, hard look at itself

I was privileged enough to be given the opportunity to study abroad in London my sophomore year as part of Mayborn’s Accent study abroad program. While it was no doubt

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    Returning to in-person classes is a tough but inevitable reality

Returning to in-person classes is a tough but inevitable reality

If all goes according to plan, the university will fully resume in-person classes this fall. We will soon go through a new, uncomfortable process in achieving a familiar yet new

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    White Violence Calls for Intersectionality Among the Oppressed

White Violence Calls for Intersectionality Among the Oppressed

On March 16, 2021, a gunman murdered eight people in Atlanta, Georgia. The murders occurred at spas and massage parlors all in the similar area, and the majority of the

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    ‘The Bachelor’ and its history with racism do not deserve another apology

‘The Bachelor’ and its history with racism do not deserve another apology

Reality television sometimes could not be further away from reality. It can be shallow and deceiving, but for some, a very entertaining medium. When we talk about the “Bachelor Nation,”

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The Dose
    ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ knows how much dumb fun it is and owns it

‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ knows how much dumb fun it is and owns it

“If [Kong] leaves, Godzilla will come for him. There can’t be two alpha Titans.” Years after 1973, an older Kong is contained at Skull Island, his only companions being the

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    Stray Kids goes all-out for ‘All In’

Stray Kids goes all-out for ‘All In’

Immediately daunting, fire lights up the screen with a terrifying beauty that keeps Stray Kids fans wanting more. Sparks fly as Han bounds on-screen shouting, in his classic streetwear, as

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    ‘Cherry’ chokes on its own ambitions

‘Cherry’ chokes on its own ambitions

“As I stood there holding a gun, taking her in, something overtook me. Like a kind of sadness. It’s as if I’d always known that this was how things were

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    ‘The Invisible Man’ one year later shows potential to be a timeless classic

‘The Invisible Man’ one year later shows potential to be a timeless classic

Everyone has experienced walking out of the theater and thinking the movie they just saw was the best movie in existence, and some even feel so inclined by strong endings

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    ‘Nobody’ is a great time with a bloody good Bob Odenkirk

‘Nobody’ is a great time with a bloody good Bob Odenkirk

“I’m the last person you want to see.” After a break-in at his home, quiet Hutch Mansell (Bob Odenkirk) is chastised by his friends and family for not defending himself.

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    ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ satisfyingly ends Zack Snyder’s original saga

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ satisfyingly ends Zack Snyder’s original saga

“I don’t care how many demons he’s fought in how many hells. He’s never fought us. Not us united.” After the death of Superman (Henry Cavill), Batman (Ben Affleck) and

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    ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ premiere spreads its wings and soars

‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ premiere spreads its wings and soars

It feels like no time has passed since “WandaVision” wrapped up a couple of weeks ago yet, here we are diving headfirst into another Marvel project with “The Falcon and

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    ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ slices and thrills with vivid grace

‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ slices and thrills with vivid grace

“My whole life, I trained to become a guardian of the Dragon Gem. But this world has changed, and its people are divided. Now to restore peace, I must find

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    2021 Oscars: Biggest snubs and surprises

2021 Oscars: Biggest snubs and surprises

Much like any other year, the Oscars netted a plethora of snubs and surprises when the nominations were announced Monday morning. In a delayed awards season thanks to the coronavirus

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    Colorful ‘I Care A Lot’ gleefully satirizes cutthroat greed

Colorful ‘I Care A Lot’ gleefully satirizes cutthroat greed

“There’s two types of people in this world. Those who take and those that get took. Predators and prey. Lions and lambs. My name is Marla Grayson and I’m not

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    How North Texas contributed to the Black Lives Matter Movement

How North Texas contributed to the Black Lives Matter Movement

The death of George Floyd has sparked more demonstrations within the Black Lives Matter Movement. Texas, along with the rest of the world, took to the streets to protest police

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    PHOTO GALLERY: Empty in the heart of Texas

PHOTO GALLERY: Empty in the heart of Texas

The North Texas Daily documented different places around Texas during the COVID-19 pandemic as shelter-in-place orders are in effect. As of 8 p.m. March 31, Harris, Dallas, Tarrant, Travis and

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    Students protest ICE at the UNT Library Mall on Wednesday

Students protest ICE at the UNT Library Mall on Wednesday

Students filled the UNT Library Mall in protest of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency on Oct. 9. The protest was held by the UNT College Democrats and the

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    Proud Partnership: Organizations come together in support of LGBTQ art

Proud Partnership: Organizations come together in support of LGBTQ art

Art and Pride found a home together on full-color zine pages and in the air of a packed venue during this year’s new collaboration between Spiderweb Salon and PRIDENTON. In

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    Denton Arts and Jazz Fest 2019 Photo Gallery

Denton Arts and Jazz Fest 2019 Photo Gallery

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    Racist imagery found in past UNT yearbooks

Racist imagery found in past UNT yearbooks

Featured Image: From page 358 of the 1952 edition of The Yucca, members of the Mu Phi Epsilon National Music Honorary are pictured in blackface. Volume 45 of the Yucca.

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    Waka Flocka Flame fires up NXTX

Waka Flocka Flame fires up NXTX

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    SXSW 2019

SXSW 2019

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Demonstrators spark student counter-protest in Library Mall

UNT students gathered at the Library Mall this afternoon after word spread that a small group of demonstrators appeared wielding signs that read “BLM are racist thugs,” “Every Real Muslim

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SXSW: Austin’s world renowned festival discovers Denton

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