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    Inflation puts pressure on local restaurant owners

Inflation puts pressure on local restaurant owners

The Consumer Price Index, an indicator of inflation, was reported in May to have increased 8.6 percent in the last year and Denton restaurant owners are experiencing the effects. Hunter

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    Denton Kiwanis Club to host annual fireworks show near animal shelter

Denton Kiwanis Club to host annual fireworks show near animal shelter

Denton City Council approved a request from the Denton Kiwanis Club to host their annual fireworks show at North Lakes Park, less than two miles away from the Linda McNatt

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    Denton City Council passes reproductive decisions resolution following rally

Denton City Council passes reproductive decisions resolution following rally

Hundreds of people gathered outside the Denton City Council building on Tuesday at a rally in support of council member Alison Maguire’s Reproductive Decisions resolution. The resolution, which passed in

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    5 local resources and tips for safety during a heat wave

5 local resources and tips for safety during a heat wave

As an ongoing heat wave hovers over the southern United States, citizens are beginning to feel its effects. Here are resources and tips to remain safe when the temperature hits

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    Counseling and Testing Services resumes in-person art therapy

Counseling and Testing Services resumes in-person art therapy

The university’s Counseling and Testing Services (CTS) is hosting in-person art therapy workshops for students every Tuesday through Aug. 23 after being online for almost four consecutive semesters. The sessions

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    Gov. Greg Abbott appoints new student regent

Gov. Greg Abbott appoints new student regent

Engineering junior Andy McDowall was recently appointed as the university student regent by Gov. Greg Abbott for a term that began June 1 and will end in May 2023. The

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    Home after prison: former convicts search for affordable housing in DFW

Home after prison: former convicts search for affordable housing in DFW

This story is part of “Home After Prison,” a project produced through the Dallas Media Collaborative, an effort by Dallas-area news organizations and other partners to examine solutions to public

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    No Bus Cuts rallies at Denton County Administration, calls for better action

No Bus Cuts rallies at Denton County Administration, calls for better action

Local activist group No Bus Cuts Denton held a rally outside the Denton County Administrative Courthouse on Thursday, June 9 to bring awareness to the growing disapproval of the Denton

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    University joins alliance of Hispanic-serving research institutions, hopes to double number of Hispanic doctoral students by 2030

University joins alliance of Hispanic-serving research institutions, hopes to double number of Hispanic doctoral students by 2030

The university announced their role in establishing the Alliance of Hispanic Serving Institutions, a program designed to create opportunities for Hispanic scholars. Consisting of 19 other universities, the alliance aims

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    Pride Alliance, Social Sapphics and other resources for LGBTQ+ students

Pride Alliance, Social Sapphics and other resources for LGBTQ+ students

There are several resources at the university and around Denton for LGBTQ+ individuals to engage with their community in a safe environment. The Division of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access

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    GALLERY: Pride in North Texas

GALLERY: Pride in North Texas

The North Texas Daily visuals team worked throughout June to capture how North Texas celebrates Pride Month. They photographed Dallas Pride, Every Witch Way Denton’s Over the Rainbow Market, Pridenton’s

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    CVAD gallery hosts Congolese artist’s first solo gallery

CVAD gallery hosts Congolese artist’s first solo gallery

Clad in golden suits made of spray-painted digital debris, The Kongo Astronauts channel their frustration with a post-colonial reality. Through an Afrofuturistic lens, they present their first solo exhibit, “Congo

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    ‘Fine hats for fine folks:’ Mallouf Hat Co. debuts in Denton

‘Fine hats for fine folks:’ Mallouf Hat Co. debuts in Denton

Pg 3 headline: Local hat shop continues Mallouf family’s local business legacy Denton native Chrissy Mallouf has two loves in life — her hometown and hats. As co-owner of the

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    Denton artist Ceci Ceci shares culture through song

Denton artist Ceci Ceci shares culture through song

Integrative studies senior Ceci Callejas, 23, owes her career to a sheet of printer paper and a Sharpie. Back in 2019, the singer-songwriter needed a producer after moving to North

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    A Night OUT on the Square celebrates community-wide pride

A Night OUT on the Square celebrates community-wide pride

Tents draped in colorful pride flags form around the courthouse on the Denton Square. Attendees wander across the space in matching attire, painting the downtown area into a bright rainbow.

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    Alumna works to plant seeds in community through local flower farm

Alumna works to plant seeds in community through local flower farm

Focusing on the beauty of what nature provides, alumna and owner of Little Seed Flowers Audrie Patterson shares her passion for plants through her small urban farm. Based in the

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    The Dapper Devil barbershop fosters inclusive atmosphere

The Dapper Devil barbershop fosters inclusive atmosphere

Anthony Proa, The Dapper Devil owner and former marine, is an artist. The difference is rather than paintings and sculptures, the masterpieces that Proa creates are haircuts. “This is art,”

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    FemmeFest offers to showcase members local queer, femme community

FemmeFest offers to showcase members local queer, femme community

An array of multi-colored lights illuminate the stage of Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studio. The cast of performers that range from drag to burlesque share the spotlight, each illustrating their own

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    Mother-daughter owned boutique caters to inclusive community

Mother-daughter owned boutique caters to inclusive community

At 728 N. Elm Street sits a quaint, sage greenhouse first built in the 1960s. After walking up a simple wooden ramp outside of the home’s entrance, one will find

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    Local eats: Arts & Life editor’s guide to new and opening Denton restaurants

Local eats: Arts & Life editor’s guide to new and opening Denton restaurants

Denton’s selection of eateries and specialty restaurants offer the community a variety of delicacies and flavors. Over the past semester, a number of restaurants have started to open across town

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Sports
    BREAKING: Standout linebacker KD Davis enters the transfer portal

BREAKING: Standout linebacker KD Davis enters the transfer portal

The football team saw another key piece of its defense enter the transfer portal Thursday afternoon as All-Conference USA senior linebacker KD Davis announced he had entered the transfer portal

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    North Texas athletics to join American Athletic Conference next summer

North Texas athletics to join American Athletic Conference next summer

North Texas’ days in Conference USA are officially numbered. In a statement released on June 15, the school’s athletic department announced the Mean Green will begin their membership in the

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    ‘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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Opinion
    Customer satisfaction should not come at the expense of employee sanity

Customer satisfaction should not come at the expense of employee sanity

It’s no secret that many customer service employees are treated horribly at their jobs, but the constant beratement of these essential workers by customers has to stop. The customer is

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    Universities should support their students’ abortion rights

Universities should support their students’ abortion rights

Content Warning: This story contains heavy language concerning sexual assault. Viewer discretion is advised.  The Supreme Court overturned the ruling of Roe v. Wade on June 24 and removed the

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    Streaming service competition has gone the way of cable

Streaming service competition has gone the way of cable

Netflix. Hulu. HBO Max. Peacock. Amazon Prime Video. Disney+. The past decade has seen the fall of the era of cable and the rise of streaming services. The oversaturation of

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    Original media’s success depends on audience engagement

Original media’s success depends on audience engagement

This year has been a fantastic year for just about every form of media, but you would never know it by looking at what people have to say. A minute

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    It’s time to stop giving up and start believing in love again

It’s time to stop giving up and start believing in love again

Dating has become harder in the last 10 years, according to the Pew Research Center, but it’s also become more accessible than it’s ever been. With a simple tap of

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    Star Wars fandom showcases the darkside of pop culture and media

Star Wars fandom showcases the darkside of pop culture and media

It has been over four decades since Star Wars first took over the pop culture universe. Fans of the franchise come from all over the world and are introduced to

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    Pronouns are not contingent on a person’s behavior

Pronouns are not contingent on a person’s behavior

It’s likely that anyone whose been on Twitter in the last few months has seen “Ezra Miller” trending for reasons unrelated to the “Flash” movie they are set to star

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    Censoring Palestinian activists is unconstitutional

Censoring Palestinian activists is unconstitutional

Pro-Palestinian activists and advocacy groups in America have suffered unnecessarily cruel consequences for condemning the Israeli government’s actions in Gaza and the West Bank. As pro-Palestinian sentiment in the United

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    Never leave a character’s sexual orientation up for interpretation

Never leave a character’s sexual orientation up for interpretation

Representation of diverse communities in media occurs more frequently in pop culture today, giving millions of people fictional characters and worlds they can relate to. What is equally important to

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    Let freedom ring: The importance of celebrating Juneteenth

Let freedom ring: The importance of celebrating Juneteenth

For many Black families around the United States, Juneteenth is a way to celebrate heritage. In a way, it is a holiday that connects us back to our roots. Its

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The Dose
    Derrickson’s ‘The Black Phone’ is a call you won’t want to miss

Derrickson’s ‘The Black Phone’ is a call you won’t want to miss

Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill are best known in the horror world for terrifying audiences with “Sinister” back in 2012. Roughly a decade later the duo is back, dialing

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    Conan Gray’s ‘Superache’ highlights the popstar’s tearful trendiness

Conan Gray’s ‘Superache’ highlights the popstar’s tearful trendiness

Conan Gray delivers more painful pop tunes in his new album, “Superache.” This is the singer-songwriter’s sophomore studio album and first release since 2020. It combines tones from previous projects

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    Daily’s Dose 7/1

Daily’s Dose 7/1

Welcome back to Daily’s Dose podcast. This week, join Jaden, John and Maria as they talk predictions for “Stranger Things” Season 4 Volume 2. Featured illustration: Miranda Thomas

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    Luhrmann’s ‘Elvis’ is a frustratingly enjoyable mess

Luhrmann’s ‘Elvis’ is a frustratingly enjoyable mess

Musician biopics have been a hot new trend in the entertainment world, with Elvis being the latest to get his story told to audiences everywhere. Whether the entire story is

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    Black Music Month: essential history of today’s top genres

Black Music Month: essential history of today’s top genres

To close out Black Music Month, here’s a crash course on Black musicians’ role in the shaping of today’s most popular genres. Origins of rock ‘n’ roll Often associated with

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    Recommendations for some of 2022’s newest documentaries

Recommendations for some of 2022’s newest documentaries

It’s easy to get stuck in a stream service loop. Seeing tens of online services with different upload schedules makes it hard to keep track of new content. To avoid

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    Emmys 2022 nominee predictions: From Keaton to K-dramas

Emmys 2022 nominee predictions: From Keaton to K-dramas

Film and TV fanatics have to wait until fall for another award season to ramp up. However, there’s a small summer buzz to tide them over — Emmy nominations. The

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    Daily’s Dose 6/24

Daily’s Dose 6/24

Welcome back to Daily’s Dose podcast. This week, join Jaden and John as they discuss what they have been watching this summer, as well as what they are most anticipating

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    Weezer’s ‘SZNS: Summer’ burns the project’s potential

Weezer’s ‘SZNS: Summer’ burns the project’s potential

The second of Weezer’s four-part album, “SZNS” radically shifts the tone of the band’s newest project in a way that betrays any progress previously made in their sounds. The dramatic

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    ‘Lightyear’ trades infinity and beyond for imbalance and boredom

‘Lightyear’ trades infinity and beyond for imbalance and boredom

After the “Toy Story” franchise took a giant leap for mankind, Disney and Pixar took a small step for themselves. The newest addition to Pixar’s impressive filmography has landed in

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    GALLERY: Pride in North Texas

GALLERY: Pride in North Texas

The North Texas Daily visuals team worked throughout June to capture how North Texas celebrates Pride Month. They photographed Dallas Pride, Every Witch Way Denton’s Over the Rainbow Market, Pridenton’s

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    Denton City Council passes reproductive decisions resolution following rally

Denton City Council passes reproductive decisions resolution following rally

Hundreds of people gathered outside the Denton City Council building on Tuesday at a rally in support of council member Alison Maguire’s Reproductive Decisions resolution. The resolution, which passed in

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    GALLERY: Summer in North Texas

GALLERY: Summer in North Texas

The North Texas Daily visuals team is working to encapsulate the Denton summer spirit. This week, they photographed Twilight Tunes and the Denton Community Market. A free concert reoccurring every

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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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