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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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    UNT student stays on beat with passion for music production

UNT student stays on beat with passion for music production

Aside from being a sophomore majoring in theatre, Matthew Martinez writes, produces and masters his own music and has already released a total of three albums. His dad, Eddie Martinez, is involved in the production of Matthew’s albums and helps him fine-tune the songs. Together, they work on songs in

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    Fashion with intention: Kaahani showcases artisan jewelry from India

Fashion with intention: Kaahani showcases artisan jewelry from India

In 2016, Navya Kaur, fashion merchandising and digital retailing senior, was strolling through the markets of India with her grandmother when she became fascinated with the vendors’ jewelry craftsmanship. Inspired by their work, Kaur came home and started her own jewelry business. “That summer, I was really thinking about my career

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    Root + Soil digs deep into female friendships

Root + Soil digs deep into female friendships

For many college women, having safe spaces for open conversation are often scarce. Hoping to change that, a group of UNT students started Root + Soil last fall. The all-female group aims to celebrate the beauty of friendship through empowerment and compassion for themselves and each other. Root + Soil

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    UNT alumna works with art of the past, present and future

UNT alumna works with art of the past, present and future

Grethe Wirth, UNT alumna and founder of Heirloom Art Co., uses her talent for painting to capture the essence of people she meets. Vibrant portraits with golden halos hang on the walls of her Denton home. Wirth, who earned her degree in art history and drawing from UNT, said she

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    Drag queen designs deliciously dark costumes

Drag queen designs deliciously dark costumes

In his apartment, Bailey Anderson apologized for the mess. At the moment, he was still trying to organize his collection of 8-inch heels, Pamela Anderson-style wigs and bloody prosthetic bald caps.     “Your blood spilled inside your bag,” his roommate said to him at one point. Bailey, also known as Trisha

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    UNT professor explores historical and societal connections with food

UNT professor explores historical and societal connections with food

Professor Jennifer Jensen Wallach remembers reading Myrlie Evers-Williams’ memoir of her husband and civil rights activist Medgar Evers being murdered in the driveway of their home. In her book, “Watch Me Fly,” she details how she and her children were in their home when Medgar was killed. The assassin’s bullets

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    Promoter Regina Bugarin keeps Denton’s music scene DIY

Promoter Regina Bugarin keeps Denton’s music scene DIY

During a weekend in Denton, a bevy of twenty-somethings are packed into a house that doubles as a show venue, dancing to the band, catching up with friends and nursing a beer throughout the night. The bands arrive, set up, play and leave the makeshift stage like clockwork.    Regina

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    Knabe Woodwork turns scrap into treasure

Knabe Woodwork turns scrap into treasure

In a small, blue-trimmed, gray metal building in Sanger, Texas lies the workshop of Knabe Woodwork. Married couple Nick and Caitlin Knabe started Knabe Woodwork after asking a builder in a neighborhood if they could look for scrap wood in the trash bins for a headboard they needed for a

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    Denton’s first Pagan Pop-Up creates safe space for believers

Denton’s first Pagan Pop-Up creates safe space for believers

Patrons of Armadillo Ale Works were greeted with the gentle aroma of herbal remedies while browsing through items for spiritual cleansing. Guests sipped their beers and enjoyed live music while purchasing ceremonial tools made from porcupine quills and raccoon bones.  The first ever Pagan Pop-Up event was held from noon

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