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    ‘Ragtime’ explores American life through diverse characters

‘Ragtime’ explores American life through diverse characters

Although it was first performed in 1996, the musical “Ragtime” is one that transcends its era. The play, which will be shown at the Campus Theatre on the Square, explores the lives of three different societal groups in America. Set in New York, the musical explores themes of social inequality,

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    Light painter glows bright through niche art

Light painter glows bright through niche art

Kirk Edwards rolls a large trunk into his studio and begins sorting through its contents. He passes up the fancier tube lights and fiber optic brushes with colored gels, settling on a blue plastic lightsaber. Edwards, an audio engineer from Arlington, doubles as a photographer with a very specific niche.

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    New York Sub Hub owner aims to protect family business

New York Sub Hub owner aims to protect family business

Hunter Christiansen, the owner of New York Sub Hub on Avenue C, grew up in the restaurant that his dad started in 1979. Christiansen has worked at the family-owned sandwich shop since he was 10 years old, or as he puts it, since he could hold a rag. As he

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    Delight Ministries creates Christian community for women

Delight Ministries creates Christian community for women

With more than 30 spiritual groups on campus, students have options when it comes to finding like-minded individuals who share the same faith. However, a few students still struggling to find a group to connect with decided to bring Delight Ministries to UNT, hoping to provide a place for Christian

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    DJ LiTEBRiTE shines in and out of local music scene

DJ LiTEBRiTE shines in and out of local music scene

Jalen Dorsey, also known by his stage name DJ LiTEBRiTE, is a prominent figure in the Oklahoma City DJ scene trying to shed some light onto the music scene in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.  Before pursuing DJing, Jalen attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University with a basketball scholarship. Jalen said when

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    Queen In You helps women of color claim their crowns

Queen In You helps women of color claim their crowns

Not everyone knows how to properly set a table, name specific eating utensils and identify what those utensils are used for. For members of Queen In You, these things are second nature.   Queen In You, established at UNT in 2016, is an organization that prepares teenagers from Denton High

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    Golden Boy Coffee sets the golden standard with brew and bar

Golden Boy Coffee sets the golden standard with brew and bar

The interior design of Golden Boy Coffee Co. fuses together components of two distinctive communities. The urban industrial elements represent the warmth and grit of traditional coffee shops, while gold accents pay homage to the sophisticated vibe of an upscale cocktail bar. This contrast is no mere design coincidence —

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    Sounds Modern aims to put a twist on classical music

Sounds Modern aims to put a twist on classical music

In 2018, the music website Sounds Modern made Theatre Jones, a Dallas art websites’ “favorite moments from 2018” list. UNT College of Music professors Elizabeth McNutt and Andrew May created the Sounds Modern series more than 10 years ago. Dedicated to approaching music in a different way, the website has two concerts

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    Students with diabetes share experiences about rising insulin prices

Students with diabetes share experiences about rising insulin prices

According to the Mayo Clinic, diabetes is “a group of diseases that affect how your body uses blood sugar (glucose).” However, for these two UNT students, diabetes not only affects the way their bodies process insulin, the hormone that turns glucose into energy, but the way they live their every

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    UNT rock climber reaches for the summit

UNT rock climber reaches for the summit

Stepping into the rock climbing gym, it is hard to miss computer science sophomore Justin Lee as he climbs up rock walls without hesitation, jumping from one rock to the other. During his freshman year, Lee joined the UNT Climbing Club and more recently, the Beta Breakers team at a

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