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    Did You Know? Natural Hair Group embraces growing trend

Did You Know? Natural Hair Group embraces growing trend

Morgan Gentry Staff Writer The UNT campus is thriving with a student body full of diverse, eccentric individuals. Many people make a statement with outrageous hairstyles, but for the African-American community, being natural is the biggest statement of all. Starting last semester, a group of UNT students created a club

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    Local cafe opens gourmet coffee shop

Local cafe opens gourmet coffee shop

Emily Fryksater Intern The aroma of fresh-ground coffee beans and homemade desserts entice coffee lovers to Seven Mile Coffee, a branch of Seven Mile Café on West Congress Street, Denton’s newest coffee shop. They make mostly espresso drinks instead of typical drip coffee, serve fresh-baked pastries and emphasize knowing where

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    Abandoned house on Hickory Street becomes bar

Abandoned house on Hickory Street becomes bar

H. Drew Blackburn/Senior Staff Writer The Treehouse Bar and Grill is the newest bar in town. It may sit shiny and new on Hickory Street today but it was once a rotting house. Owner Grant McGuire said the house sat vacant for six years before he started renovating it in

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    Students use GPS to make art from maps

Students use GPS to make art from maps

Trent Johnson/Senior Staff Writer Art is perceived in numerous ways, from sketches to splashing paint on an empty canvas to the angles and curves on a map. Using a GPS tracking device, more than 100 UNT art students turned a personalized map into artwork that included childhood rooms, a peering

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Golden Globes Recap and Review

Preston Barta/Staff Writer The 70th Annual Golden Globes, hosted by Tina Fey (“30 Rock”) and Amy Poehler (“Parks and Recreation”), landed in Los Angeles on Sunday night, with several big moments bringing attendees to their feet. “Saturday Night Live” alums Fey and Poehler set the tone for the evening with

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Local bar hosts open mic night for students

Michael Felder/Contributing Writer Mable Peabody’s, a local Denton bar, held its first of a series of student-oriented open mic nights on Tuesday. With presentations of poetry, music, comedy and more, Denton’s first and only gay bar plans to continue the open mic night to give students a place to express

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Music department to host holiday concert

Trent Johnson/Staff Writer The UNT music department will throw down the concert gauntlet with four groups and a soloist as they perform their first ever holiday-themed event. The UNT Holiday Concert will take place at 8 p.m. this Friday in the Winspear Hall at the Murchison Performing Arts Center. The

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    Day in the life…of a Denton pedicab driver

Day in the life…of a Denton pedicab driver

Nadia Hill/Senior Staff Writer Michael Tarleton and Ryan Sabine work the streets, soliciting their services to meandering pedestrians who can’t decide whether to walk, drive or take a cab. The two students bicycle from one end of the city to the other, chauffeuring passengers in an open-air carriage. Tarleton, a

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Members of Denton guild bring quilting to Tanzania

Aria Bell/Contributing Writer When Hope Edwards, a member of the Denton Quilt Guild (DQG), was invited by her sister to take a trip to Africa this past summer, she didn’t know the impact it would have on her. Established in October 1982, the DQG is a nonprofit educational and charitable

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    Denton holiday festival to light up locals’ night

Denton holiday festival to light up locals’ night

Kelsey Chippeaux/Intern The 24th annual Denton Holiday Lighting Festival will take place at 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. this Friday at Denton’s Historic Courthouse on the Square. “People can expect to kick off the holiday season with an amazing hometown holiday celebration with a little something for everyone,” said Kelley Pound, vice-chair of

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