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    UNT student petitions to lower legal age to buy pepper spray

UNT student petitions to lower legal age to buy pepper spray

From a young age, children are taught to walk with a buddy or clutch a set of keys in their hand if they are alone. But when it comes to actually having some kind of self defense weapon, many girls and women resort to carrying pepper spray. However, the state

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    After hiatus, former house venue Jagoe House rebrands as the Lighthouse

After hiatus, former house venue Jagoe House rebrands as the Lighthouse

On July 28 after five months on hiatus due to sexual misconduct allegations, the house venue formerly known as Jagoe House reopened as the Lighthouse. The shutting down of the venue rattled the house show community in Denton. However, house members said they are determined to rebrand the venue and put in

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    Salted Sanctuary Soap raises the bar with new store

Salted Sanctuary Soap raises the bar with new store

What started as a small hobby has become a full-blown business and a full-time job for Kimberly Bien. “That hobby left a gift-giving [reward] and demand for [products].” Bien said. It was not until September of this year that her business, Salted Sanctuary Soap, expanded into a store in Denton

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    Radiolab creator Jad Abumrad speaks on innovative storytelling at UNT

Radiolab creator Jad Abumrad speaks on innovative storytelling at UNT

UNT’s Fine Arts Series has made it its mission to engage the student population through the words and talents of some of the world’s most accomplished individuals. Co-creator of Radiolab Jad Abumrad is a continuation of that effort. Through sound effects, snippets of interviews done over 16 years at Radiolab

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    Denton Blues Festival trumpets another year of celebration

Denton Blues Festival trumpets another year of celebration

The three-day Denton Blues Festival faced gloomy weather this past weekend consisting of thunder, lightning and plenty of rain, but that did not stop people from trekking through the mud to see Muddy Waters’ son, among many other talented blues musicians. While the Denton Blues Festival was packed with lawn

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    Pop-up clothing swaps reduce, reuse and rediscover styles

Pop-up clothing swaps reduce, reuse and rediscover styles

Upon arrival at Studio One16, a specialty salon and barber shop located off of the Square, customers were told to go to the back for the clothing swap. There, they were greeted with a vast array of clothing all organized by size, smiling employees and many bags of clothes ready to

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    UNT students hope to start student organization on reproductive justice

UNT students hope to start student organization on reproductive justice

Psychology sophomore Leslie Lopez and fashion merchandising sophomore Isabelle Vigil hope to bring a student organization to campus all about reproductive justice. They call it Reproductive Rights of Student Educators (ROSE). This idea began to grow when Lopez attended a Civil Liberty and Public Policy conference back in April, where

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    Men find freedom from their addictions through Denton Freedom House ministry

Men find freedom from their addictions through Denton Freedom House ministry

Former drug addicts, alcoholics and homeless men fill the open room. Two rows of white tables face toward windows overlooking a green field. A bulletin board hangs on the left side of the room with pictures of different men and a Bible verse that reads, “He who the Son sets

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    Bullseye Bike Shop shifts gears with new shop, same mission

Bullseye Bike Shop shifts gears with new shop, same mission

Kevin Marshall was 25 years old when his life was changed by a bicycle. It was 2008, and Marshall had a comfortable life working at a car dealership in Denton. But he said he did not feel like he was living his life to the fullest. So he quit his

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    UNT student continues father’s dreams and legacy, one balloon at a time

UNT student continues father’s dreams and legacy, one balloon at a time

Hospitality management senior Brandon Nowell is not your typical college student. From running a business with his family to being a certified balloon artist, Brandon entails what it is like to pursue a different path than others. “I’ve said it several times: I want to be like my dad, I

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