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UNT food pantry to reopen July 6

    UNT food pantry to reopen July 6

The university’s food pantry, located at Crumley Hall, announced Monday it will reopen July 6 and offer curbside pickup by appointment after closing roughly three months ago. The service previously shut

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You Shouldn’t Watch ‘You Should Have Left’

    You Shouldn’t Watch ‘You Should Have Left’

“Somebody from here, Hans Eagle… he said an ant doesn’t know what a cathedral is or a power plant or a volcano. It’s the same with that house. You don’t

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Mayborn faculty sign list of diversity and inclusion recommendations to deans

    Mayborn faculty sign list of diversity and inclusion recommendations to deans

This story has been updated. All but one faculty from the Mayborn School of Journalism sent a letter Wednesday to the Mayborn Dean and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

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‘Da 5 Bloods’ is a vivid, bombastic dissection of so much more than the Vietnam War

    ‘Da 5 Bloods’ is a vivid, bombastic dissection of so much more than the Vietnam War

“I’m as mad as everybody. All us Bloods got a right to be, but… We Bloods. Won’t let nobody use our rage against us. We control our rage.” Decades after

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President Neal Smatresk to hold private meeting on diversity, inclusion

    President Neal Smatresk to hold private meeting on diversity, inclusion

President Neal Smatresk announced in a tweet he will meet with student leaders Wednesday to discuss how the university’s senior

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Hundreds attend Tuesday night vigil commiserating victims of police brutality

    Hundreds attend Tuesday night vigil commiserating victims of police brutality

By: Will Tarpley and Samuel Gomez Hundreds attended a candlelight vigil Tuesday evening on the Denton courthouse lawn, held to

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Denton protests against police brutality Monday night, joining dozens of cities

    Denton protests against police brutality Monday night, joining dozens of cities

More than 2,000 protesters representing the Black Lives Matter Movement marched around the outskirts of the Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square Monday

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5 action films to check out on Netflix after ‘Extraction’

    5 action films to check out on Netflix after ‘Extraction’

So, Netflix’s “Extraction” came out last week. While the film as a whole is pretty weak, the action was incredibly

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Municipal candidates react to election delay due to COVID-19

    Municipal candidates react to election delay due to COVID-19

Candidates for the Denton city council suddenly have more time to campaign, as the council voted on March 20 to

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‘Extraction’ is a bloody good time, if nothing else

    ‘Extraction’ is a bloody good time, if nothing else

“You drown not by falling into the river, but by staying submerged.” Ovis Mataghan Jr. (Rudhraksh Jaiswal)  is the son

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