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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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    UNT junior helps students win scholarships through YouTube channel

UNT junior helps students win scholarships through YouTube channel

What started out as a way to help pay for college has turned into a successful YouTube channel for broadcast journalism junior Carlynn Greene. Since December of her senior year in high school, Carlynn has received 20 scholarships, with about 11 going toward her financial aid. After seeing her mother’s

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    UNT organization raises money for Miracle Children

UNT organization raises money for Miracle Children

Approximately one in every 285 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with cancer by the time they turn 20, according to the American Childhood Cancer Organization. Because of this statistic, colleges around the U.S. have created dance marathons to raise money to support these children.  Eaglethon is an organization at

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    Queer Sober Society and Juice Lab to host ‘Palentine’s Day’ Market and Benefit

Queer Sober Society and Juice Lab to host ‘Palentine’s Day’ Market and Benefit

This Saturday, Juice Lab and the Queer Sober Society are hosting a Palentine’s Day Benefit and Market featuring live music from local bands and multiple community vendors and artists. From 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., Juice Lab will be showcasing Denton-based musicians Blue GrassFire, Morgan Wright and Jezzie BoiBoi. Vendors

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    Photographer and artist explores Black culture and identity through history, personal narrative

Photographer and artist explores Black culture and identity through history, personal narrative

Photographer and artist Theresa Newsome describes herself as a narrator. Through her use of minimal spaces and materials, Newsome’s work touches on themes of identity, race, racism and womanist thought through the historical and personal stories she collects along the way. Originally from Pennsylvania, Newsome moved to Texas when she

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