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Challenges of financial security, safety: student employment during pandemic

    Challenges of financial security, safety: student employment during pandemic

The Career Center will see just as many student employee positions filled for fall as in previous semesters despite the challenges the pandemic has posed and the uncertainty some students

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Tropes in Entertainment: White guilt films

    Tropes in Entertainment: White guilt films

(This is part four in an ongoing series that examines tropes that perpetuate harmful stereotypes and behaviors in media against women, people of color and the LGBTQ+ community. Click the

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Netflix’s ‘The Old Guard’ grounds immortal anti-heroes with human cores

    Netflix’s ‘The Old Guard’ grounds immortal anti-heroes with human cores

“I’ve been here before, over and over again, and each time the same question — Is this it? Will this time be the one? And each time the same answer. And

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Netflix’s ‘Ju-on: Origins’ weaves a disturbing, convoluted web of domestic horror

    Netflix’s ‘Ju-on: Origins’ weaves a disturbing, convoluted web of domestic horror

Content warning: discussions of sexual abuse and extreme violence “I asked you why you are gathering these stories.” “Right. I could only say it was for a book. Even now,

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University begins process of reopening in-person services

    University begins process of reopening in-person services

The university sent out a health alert July 6 stating it will begin the next step of its phased approach

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HBO’s ‘Perry Mason’ reboot is more ‘True Detective’ than legal thriller

    HBO’s ‘Perry Mason’ reboot is more ‘True Detective’ than legal thriller

Content warning: Discussion of suicide and infanticide “The Devil put Charlie Dodson in this box. He flew up from Hell,

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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

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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

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Smatresk reveals initiatives to promote anti-racism after private meeting with student leaders

    Smatresk reveals initiatives to promote anti-racism after private meeting with student leaders

President Neal Smatresk unveiled initiatives to combat racism in an official notice to the community Wednesday after his private meeting

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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

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