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    Black Student Union’s Black History Month events represent intersectional success

Black Student Union’s Black History Month events represent intersectional success

In their mission statement, the Black Student Union (BSU) states that they are, “committed to creating an intentional, empowered and engaged community that centers the intersectional black student experience at UNT.” In the 11 events hosted alongside the Multicultural Center for Black History Month, BSU focuses on topics ranging from

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    Mx Kerr Hall crowns a new champion

Mx Kerr Hall crowns a new champion

It’s not every day you see Scrappy adorned with a rainbow tutu and green glitter eyelashes. But on a night with flying wigs, death drops and nails left on the stage, it was a fitting sight. Mx. Kerr Hall 2020 was a two-hour drag performance and live competition hosted inside

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    UNT Hearts for the Homeless chapter provides health resources for homeless people

UNT Hearts for the Homeless chapter provides health resources for homeless people

Homeless people around the U.S. have often lacked proper health care to help them get the resources and services they need to stay healthy. Hearts for the Homeless is an international organization that has taken the initiative to help these people and has provided homeless people with over 3,000 blood

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    Media arts student creates production company, opportunities for growth

Media arts student creates production company, opportunities for growth

In third grade, media arts freshman Grant Goodrich picked up a camera for the first time and started filming, not realizing his journey with photography and videography had just begun. “I fell in love with cameras,” Grant said. “My parents bought this Sony camcorder, and I always used to film

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    UNT alumna uses historical fiction to highlight social issues

UNT alumna uses historical fiction to highlight social issues

UNT alumna and self-published author, Madison Flores, has been writing for as long as she can remember, but finally committed herself to becoming a published author during her senior year of college at UNT. In February 2019, Madison began writing her first novel, which transformed into a two-part historical romance

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    Tattoo artist combines passion for art and people

Tattoo artist combines passion for art and people

Tattooing has been around for centuries and has taken on many forms and meanings. In some parts of the world, tattoos represent family or tribes. Here in the United States, we see them as a form of self expression. For Katie Chidgey, they are part of her everyday life. Chidgey

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    Folxlórico creates community on and off campus through Mexican folklorico dance

Folxlórico creates community on and off campus through Mexican folklorico dance

By Isabel Anes As members of Folxlórico gather in a small studio, a person holding a brown guitar says his hellos before going off into a corner to tune his instrument. As the group gathers around him, Folxlórico president Melodie Hernandez joins him at his side, and the pair begins to

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    Denton R&B collective flourishes in the Texas music scene

Denton R&B collective flourishes in the Texas music scene

While holding a spot on the UPC Live Music Committee in 2017, Jason “Ariel” Bobadilla agreed to perform at an upcoming event showcasing local music for the organization. The event was only two weeks away, giving him 14 days to gather a band. He pulled together five other musicians and

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    Music composition students and professor create the haunting sound of the ‘Fairview Chronicles’

Music composition students and professor create the haunting sound of the ‘Fairview Chronicles’

For Drew Schnurr, assistant professor of composition and media arts, taking on the “Fairview Chronicles” reflected the work he had been doing in TV for years. For music composition juniors Victor Granados and Conner Simmons, it was a taste of the industry’s inner workings all from a college campus music

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    Arabian Rescue Therapy helps clients by using horses

Arabian Rescue Therapy helps clients by using horses

Arabian Rescue Therapy in Krum uses equine therapy to help people learn about themselves and be relieved of what they may have experienced.  Arabian Rescue Therapy was founded in 2016 by director and Denton resident Rebecca Boardman with the intent of helping people by therapy with horses and people. “In

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