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    The North Texas Daily reminds you to vote early

The North Texas Daily reminds you to vote early

Election Day may be less than two weeks away, but early voting has already started in Texas. With a raging pandemic, a U.S. Postal Service crisis and the possibility of foreign meddling, how can we make our vote count this election? Texas is one of 40 states plus the District

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    North Texas Daily settles for Joe Biden

North Texas Daily settles for Joe Biden

We at the North Texas Daily, for the sake of our struggling democracy, endorse former Vice President Joesph R. Biden for President of the United States. Donald Trump has proven in these four years that his personal gain is worth more than the welfare and prosperity of this country. Trump

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    Banning TikTok was never about national security

Banning TikTok was never about national security

After threatening the ban of the app TikTok in the U.S. over a month ago, President Donald Trump has finally reached a deal on principal allowing the sale of the app to U.S. tech company Oracle Corporation. While it’s wonderful that the drama over TikTok has finally settled, it’s very clear

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    Woodward’s silence makes him as guilty as Trump

Woodward’s silence makes him as guilty as Trump

As of the writing of this article, 200,000 Americans have died from COVID-19. Since the onset of the pandemic and it’s first American casualty on Feb. 28, President Trump has sworn up and down to the public that COVID-19 isn’t as dangerous as it is. Disturbingly, but unsurprisingly– he lied.

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    College Campuses continued silence for suicide prevention month

College Campuses continued silence for suicide prevention month

Prevention starts at ideation, not the intent. This is the message many schools, UNT included, seem to forget when promoting suicide prevention on their campuses. World Suicide Prevention Day is Sept. 10 and it looks like UNT hasn’t gotten the memo given their lack of promotion on social media. For

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    Media literacy should be required for all college students, regardless of major

Media literacy should be required for all college students, regardless of major

In a 2018 study by the US Department of Education, the study showed that 16 percent, or 31.8 million Americans, did not have “sufficient comfort or competence with technology to use a computer.” In the ever-changing technical landscape we live in, it’s imperative that media literacy be a required course

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    There’s no point in doing online commencement

There’s no point in doing online commencement

With COVID-19 ravaging through Texas right now, UNT made the correct call in postponing commencement for students graduating at the end of the spring semester. In lieu of an actual commencement, however, UNT instead announced that there will be an online commencement, but honestly, what’s the point? A four-hour virtual

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    Federal Agents have arrived in Portland, and soon, nationwide

Federal Agents have arrived in Portland, and soon, nationwide

In Oregon’s biggest city, unmarked and unidentifiable “secret police” have been rounding up protesters into unmarked vehicles, to disappear into the night all at the behest of Donald Trump. It may not seem like it, but this is fascism at it’s finest. “Secret police” may be a bit of a

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    Reopening schools is making problems worse

Reopening schools is making problems worse

Despite the United States hitting an all-time high in COVID-19 cases, many state governors, including our own Gov. Greg Abbott, find it absolutely necessary to allow grade schools to reopen starting next month. Yes, that’s right, the new school year is on the horizon and while many colleges have gone the

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    UNT has a tuition problem that needs to be addressed

UNT has a tuition problem that needs to be addressed

Outrage on social media has been a focal point lately as many students are shocked to see that UNT will most likely not reduce tuition or fees for the upcoming school year, despite the financial hardships and learning struggles many will face in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. With classes

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