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    Manifest Destiny’s Child captures Denton and Austin scene through their unique sound

Manifest Destiny’s Child captures Denton and Austin scene through their unique sound

Manifest Destiny’s Child, a Denton and Austin based band, describes themselves on their Instagram page (@manifest_destinyschild) as “3 boobs making sweet a** noise.” The band has recently gone on a 2019 Texas tour, released their album “Rio Discotheque,” and are scheduled to play South by Southwest in 2020. For Austin

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    UNT student sells her acrylic pours and resin earrings

UNT student sells her acrylic pours and resin earrings

By Jessica Duvall  Note:​ In this story, both she/her and they/them pronouns are used for Tiffany Fullerton. Using a nearby window as her source of light, Tiffany Fullerton, a media arts junior, looks down as she selects an earring hook from a clear, compartmentalized box balancing on her legs. With

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    From Iowa to Texas, UNT student pursues passion for music

From Iowa to Texas, UNT student pursues passion for music

As a young girl, jazz studies senior Jessica Fuller would get up on tables and dance on top of them, singing along to Britney Spears. Despite having anxiety, she never had a fear of performing. Originally from Dubuque, Iowa, Fuller has continued to pursue her passion for music. She goes by

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    Kansas City band Stary scheduled to perform in Denton

Kansas City band Stary scheduled to perform in Denton

People looking for music events to attend over winter break should mark their calendars for Jan. 10, as Stary is set to perform in Denton at a house venue called The Space Station. The band, which started releasing music and performing live shows this year, is a low-fi fuzzy indie

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    Improvised space gaze with Denton band Maestro Maya

Improvised space gaze with Denton band Maestro Maya

Attending a show for the Denton band Maestro Maya sounds different from a traditional music experience — they do not write songs and use very few lyrics. Instead, the band improvises to make every set they play unique, feeling out what they are going to play rather than performing something

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    New campus organization encourages sustainability and inclusion among students

New campus organization encourages sustainability and inclusion among students

With more than 425 registered organizations on UNT’s campus, there is a place for almost everyone to fit in. If the current student organizations do not suit a student’s needs, though, UNT gives them the opportunity to start their own organization, like three students did this semester. Sister Circle is

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    Chicle zine encourages gender roles, empowerment and community

Chicle zine encourages gender roles, empowerment and community

Pink is associated with gentleness, tenderness and charm, but what if we could alter its meaning? Jessica Sanchez is a visual communications senior at the University of Arlington, and Gisela Garcia is a fashion marketing junior at El Centro College. The two believe that with their magazine (zine), Chicle, they

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    UNT sophomore named on NPR’s ‘North Texas 20 under 20 list’

UNT sophomore named on NPR’s ‘North Texas 20 under 20 list’

Meet Amari Green, better known as Amari Amore, the singer-songwriter whose tracks steeped in dreamy vocals paired with acoustic guitar recently received recognition from NPR. Green is a music performance sophomore at UNT and has been performing for five years. In October, NPR’s Slingshot, a branch of the station that

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    UNT art gallery ‘Titan II’ viewed from the outside in

UNT art gallery ‘Titan II’ viewed from the outside in

Outside of UNT’s graduate student art studios, a window illuminates with a slide show of photographs showcasing things like portraits, nature and the sky. This window is an art gallery, one which can be seen without stepping foot inside the building. “Titan II” was an art gallery projected via slideshow

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    UNT alumna releases EP ‘Made to Grow’ after two years

UNT alumna releases EP ‘Made to Grow’ after two years

On a small stage, a UNT alumna fiddled with the voice tuner and practiced long notes. As her set began, the artist ran through her new EP titled “Made to Grow” and included two songs she had never performed before. Lights wrapped around the mic stand and holograms passed over

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