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Climbing COVID-19 cases are not curbing plans for more in-person courses, events

    Climbing COVID-19 cases are not curbing plans for more in-person courses, events

Though cases are expected to rise over the next few months, plans to increase the number of in-person classes for the upcoming spring 2021 semester are still underway, along with

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5 underrated movies you may have missed from 2020

    5 underrated movies you may have missed from 2020

With 2020 drawing to a close, I can say it has certainly not been a great time to be a movie fan. Theaters are on death’s door, studios do not

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‘Freaky’ is old-fashioned, gory fun

    ‘Freaky’ is old-fashioned, gory fun

“He’s wearing my body and he’s killing it!” Social outcast Millie Kessler’s (Kathryn Newton) had it rough — her family is falling apart, she is unpopular at school and she doesn’t

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Runoff races for Denton city council seats, including mayoral, set for Dec. 8

    Runoff races for Denton city council seats, including mayoral, set for Dec. 8

A runoff election for the positions of mayor, District 2 representative and Place 6 representative on the Denton city council is set for Dec. 8, with early voting from Nov.

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Students, faculty grapple with online testing procedures

    Students, faculty grapple with online testing procedures

As many classes moved to online hosting or remote learning for this fall semester, some students and faculty have criticized

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Upcoming education program ‘ELEVAR’ seeks to empower intellectually-disabled students

    Upcoming education program ‘ELEVAR’ seeks to empower intellectually-disabled students

The university will launch a four-year post-secondary education program titled Empower, Learn, Excel, enVision, Advance, Rise (ELEVAR) next fall to

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‘We Are Who We Are’ is an entrancing exploration of identity and much more

    ‘We Are Who We Are’ is an entrancing exploration of identity and much more

“It’s time we changed this world and ourselves. In order to do that, we have to know ourselves.” On an

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Homecoming goes virtual the first week of November

    Homecoming goes virtual the first week of November

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the university will host this year’s Las Vegas-themed Homecoming virtually from Nov. 2 through

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Robert Zemeckis’ spin on ‘The Witches’ is flashy, but lacks any real magic

    Robert Zemeckis’ spin on ‘The Witches’ is flashy, but lacks any real magic

“Grandma was right about this hotel. It sure was fancy! She brought us to the Gulf of Mexico to get

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Season one of ‘Lovecraft Country’ is a mostly solid success

    Season one of ‘Lovecraft Country’ is a mostly solid success

Content warning: Minor spoilers ahead “We have to stop letting their fear shape us.” So, “Lovecraft Country” brought its first

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