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SGA leaders discuss transportation, transparency at State of Undergraduate Student Body

    SGA leaders discuss transportation, transparency at State of Undergraduate Student Body

Student Government Association President David Skinner and Vice President David Muñoz-Sarabia led the Wednesday night State of the Undergraduate Student Body and addressed current issues affecting students, such as transportation,

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COVID-19 testing update, new legislation and members for SGA

    COVID-19 testing update, new legislation and members for SGA

The Student Government Association received an update on the university’s second phase of COVID-19 testing and voted on legislation pertaining to braille replacement and Canvas shortcuts during Wednesday night’s meeting.

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‘No Time to Die’: a solid, chaotic goodbye to Daniel Craig’s James Bond

    ‘No Time to Die’: a solid, chaotic goodbye to Daniel Craig’s James Bond

“We have all the time in the world.” All good things must come to an end. For Daniel Craig’s 15-year run as famed secret agent 007, aka James Bond, that

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‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ is the best superhero sequel of 2006

    ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ is the best superhero sequel of 2006

“Responsibility is for the mediocre.” Three years ago, Sony unleashed “Venom” upon skeptical moviegoers to massive box office success. While

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Netflix’s ‘Midnight Mass’ shocks with a stellar jolt of religious horror

    Netflix’s ‘Midnight Mass’ shocks with a stellar jolt of religious horror

“Feels wrong, doesn’t it? To interrogate a miracle?” Mike Flanagan has had a solid past five years with hits like

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Students with disabilities discuss semester progress and challenges

    Students with disabilities discuss semester progress and challenges

With this fall semester reverting largely back to face-to-face classes, the North Texas Daily reached out to students with disabilities

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Clint Eastwood looks for forgiveness in uneven ‘Cry Macho’

    Clint Eastwood looks for forgiveness in uneven ‘Cry Macho’

“[Being macho], it’s like anything else in life. You think you got all the answers. Then you realize, as you

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University launches eight new degrees for fall semester

    University launches eight new degrees for fall semester

This fall semester, the university launched eight new degree plans, covering topics such as addiction studies, biomedical engineering and geographic

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‘Malignant’: A glorious rollercoaster of camp and carnage

    ‘Malignant’: A glorious rollercoaster of camp and carnage

“It’s time we cut out the cancer.” In 1993, doctors and security guards frantically work to restrain a super strong,

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