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    West Hall becomes first dining hall to dish out allergen-free menu

West Hall becomes first dining hall to dish out allergen-free menu

The menu at West Hall’s cafeteria is being updated to serve allergen-free meals, becoming Texas’ first allergen-free dining hall. Each menu item is now prepared without the eight most common allergens: peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat, milk, eggs, fish and shellfish. West Hall’s cafeteria, now called Kitchen West, decided to

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    Under pressure: UNT students reflect on reality of stress in college

Under pressure: UNT students reflect on reality of stress in college

College marks a time for new experiences, ideas and memories while preparing students for the future. However, these four years of school can also be accompanied by stress. For drawing and painting senior Jessica McCue, the pressure to find a career path was a big stressor during her time in

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    Three Denton events to spice up your fall semester

Three Denton events to spice up your fall semester

As the fall semester kicks off with move-ins, classes and first-day jitters, students will eventually need time to unwind and embrace the fall holidays to come. Denton hosts a variety of annual events including the Denton Halloween Fest and the Day of the Dead festival. Here are three local events

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    The face behind the Crooked Crust Twitter account

The face behind the Crooked Crust Twitter account

When Azriel Harrison, a communications sophomore at UNT, started the Crooked Crust Denton Twitter account, he said he did not expect the amount of attention it would receive. He definitely hadn’t set out to do it when he landed the job at Crooked Crust. After being hired, Harrison became good friends

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    Dead Media Tapes brings new life to analog music

Dead Media Tapes brings new life to analog music

As a man born in the 1970s, Dead Media Tapes founder Nathan Brown said he had a front-row seat to the digitalization of music. Raised during the prime of cassette tapes, Brown experienced many digital mediums that came after, including the surge of portable CD players in the ‘90s and the iPod in

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    Proud Partnership: Organizations come together in support of LGBTQ art

Proud Partnership: Organizations come together in support of LGBTQ art

Art and Pride found a home together on full-color zine pages and in the air of a packed venue during this year’s new collaboration between Spiderweb Salon and PRIDENTON. In the spirit of community, the two organizations came together to allow artists to express themselves and give Denton the opportunity

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    UNT alumna crafts empowerment through creativity

UNT alumna crafts empowerment through creativity

When Katie Burke started Board At Home in 2017, she wanted to share her crafting skills by teaching others how to personalize home décor at parties. What she didn’t anticipate was just how much that desire would spark empowerment in crafters, Board’s employees and Burke herself. Burke, who graduated from UNT

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    PRIDENTON and OUTreach Denton makes safety a priority at Pride events

PRIDENTON and OUTreach Denton makes safety a priority at Pride events

Since the 1969 Stonewall riots, lively festivals and parades have become staples among the LGBTQ community when celebrating Pride Month. While Pride parades are notably exciting and fast-paced, these events are also meant to provide a safe space for attendees to unwind and celebrate unapologetically. LGBTQ-based organizations including OUTreach Denton

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    Bon A-pet-treat: Susie’s Snack Shop offers gourmet bites for dogs

Bon A-pet-treat: Susie’s Snack Shop offers gourmet bites for dogs

In 2013, Katy Portillo became a Denton Community Market mainstay, selling a variety of flavorful, homemade treats for the Denton dog community. After years of testing different dog foods and building some shaggy clientele along the way, Portillo opened her very own one-stop shop  for pups: Susie’s Snack Shop. After

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    Glitterbomb continues to celebrate  diversity and inclusivity in the Denton community

Glitterbomb continues to celebrate diversity and inclusivity in the Denton community

Editor’s Note: Some sources asked to be identified by stage names only. Beginning at 8 p.m. in downtown Denton, Andy’s Bar is transformed into a “queer variety show” that provides performers and fans an inclusive space to embrace and celebrate their true personalities. As the lights beam down on each performer,

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