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Posts From Nina Quatrino

SXSW is overrated, sorry ’bout it

Festivals are expensive, we get it. And for the most part, we will pay for it — if it’s worth it. In my case, I went to Coachella. Yes, Drake

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SXSW Premiere Film Review – “Profile”

Director and producer Timur Bekmambetov has been known to step outside the box in the realm of traditional filmmaking. His two most recent works, Unfriended, 2014, and Hardcore Henry, 2015, both

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Arming teachers won’t lead to safer schools

    Arming teachers won’t lead to safer schools

In a recent talk with school shooting survivors, President Donald Trump suggested arming teachers as a solution to these tragedies facing our nation. Suggesting a hypothetical armament of 20 percent of

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Activism is great, but voting is the real deal

    Activism is great, but voting is the real deal

Like most college campuses across the nation, UNT showcases many progressive movements. From protesting controversial statues and monuments to organized classroom “walk-outs,” it seems like activism and college students go

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Album review: A track-by-track look at Taylor Swift’s sixth studio album, Reputation

    Album review: A track-by-track look at Taylor Swift’s sixth studio album, Reputation

I don’t care what anyone says, I love this album, and I love Taylor Swift. Swift represents the alter ego

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Yes, I’m a minority — no, that doesn’t make me inherently liberal

    Yes, I’m a minority — no, that doesn’t make me inherently liberal

I am a minority. My mother, who got her American citizenship in 2004, is from the Dominican Republic. I have

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Summer class celebrates history in an interactive way

    Summer class celebrates history in an interactive way

Focusing intently on the screen, the 36-year-old media arts professor finalizes every finishing touch on her summer semester’s long awaited

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The view from the other side of the nail bar

    The view from the other side of the nail bar

Nail technicians and manicurists often seem quiet and to themselves while pressing on acrylics, applying wax to eyebrows and painting

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Students remember Pokemon Go on its one-year anniversary

    Students remember Pokemon Go on its one-year anniversary

If you were to walk around downtown Denton on any given week night about a year ago, you would have

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Engineering student spends time studying machines and making melodies

Music plays throughout the mall, with the melodies filling the stores and food court. While some shoppers are sorting through

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