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    UNT debate team encourages campus conversation despite budget cuts

UNT debate team encourages campus conversation despite budget cuts

Dating as far back as 1901, UNT’s debate team is one of the oldest organizations on campus. Competing around the country on the national level, the team has brought home numerous awards and produced many success stories. “We’re having a banner year,” director of debate Brian Lain said. “For the

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    Denton Moto Collective fuels biker scene for locals

Denton Moto Collective fuels biker scene for locals

By Brennan Dufrene At an early morning meeting on a chilly Sunday, the roar of a dozen motorcycles echo just outside of West Oak Coffee Bar on the Square. The group of bikers come in to grab a cup of joe at one of their main hangout spots. Their leader

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    Alumnus represents UNT as first artist-in-residence at The Epic facility

Alumnus represents UNT as first artist-in-residence at The Epic facility

Sitting at his pottery wheel, Horacio Casillas molds the clay into the shape of a bowl. Light pours from the window into his studio as the 27-year-old creates the smooth, balanced pot before he takes it off the wheel. Casillas learned the skills of his craft in the art building

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    Mx Kerr Hall crowns a new queen, celebrates LGBTQ+ community

Mx Kerr Hall crowns a new queen, celebrates LGBTQ+ community

A line trailed along the wall through the art gallery in the Union. The Lyceum was so packed that at least 50 people had to be turned away. This is the popularity of Mx Kerr Hall, an annual drag race for and by UNT students. Public relations senior Dylan Asher

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    Native American Student Association kicks off heritage month with traditional performances

Native American Student Association kicks off heritage month with traditional performances

Colorful attire, dancing and the sound of large drums took over the library mall on Nov.  7 from 12-2 p.m. It was the Native American Heritage Month Exhibition hosted by UNT’s Native American Student Association and the Multicultural Center. This was the first event the Native American Student Association held this

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    Music from alumni folk duo Beth//James has made it on the big screen

Music from alumni folk duo Beth//James has made it on the big screen

The power duo Beth//James may have a song called “I Miss the Music in Austin,” but their musical journey began at UNT, where members Mikaela Beth Kahn (the “Beth”) and Jordan James Burchill (the “James”) met in 2008 during their freshman year. Though the two were friends in college, they

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    All that glitters: Denton-based gemologists explore jewels of all cuts and colors

All that glitters: Denton-based gemologists explore jewels of all cuts and colors

After a woman in her 70s escaped her home during Hurricane Katrina, she turned to the nearby town of Denton. Amyx Fine Jewelry, located in the downtown Denton Square, became a beacon of hope her collection of valuable jewels inherited from her sister back in New Orleans. Owners Joe Amyx

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    Nature’s Mercantile opens doors for CBD oil products

Nature’s Mercantile opens doors for CBD oil products

What lies behind the doors of Nature’s Mercantile is unexpected: A small waterfall bubbles nearby, music gently plays and an Australian Shepard named May approaches customers curiously. A large decorative wreath spelling out “CBD” placed at the entry commands the attention of all who walk in. In May 2018 Linda

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    Dachshunds dominate Denton’s Annual Weenie Dog Race

Dachshunds dominate Denton’s Annual Weenie Dog Race

Faces of excited fans line a racetrack sectioned off with hay bales as participants gear up for an intense race. Dogs of all shapes, sizes and speeds are placed in the starting box at one end of the track. After a starting signal, they barrel toward the finish line, ears

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    UNT professor launches into project with prestigious Gemini Observatory

UNT professor launches into project with prestigious Gemini Observatory

At the top of the Mauna Kea volcano in Hilo, Hawaii, rests the Gemini North telescope. With the range of visibility the north telescope and its sister telescope Gemini South provide, astronomers can practically view the entire night sky. Here is where Dr. Ohad Shemmer, an associate professor of astronomy,

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