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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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    Greg Abbot’s lack of leadership during COVID-19 is hurting Texas

Greg Abbot’s lack of leadership during COVID-19 is hurting Texas

Not to be that guy, but we told you so. With the recent reopening of Texas by Gov. Greg Abbott, Texas has seen an increase of nearly 6,000 new COVID-19 cases a day. What’s even worse about the ordeal is that Abbott expressed to the news how shocked he was

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    Black women have a right to be angry

Black women have a right to be angry

“Yeah, you’re right but say it nicer,” is essentially the best way to summarize the words of J. Cole in his recent freestyle rap, “Snow on tha Bluff.” The 35-year-old North Carolina rapper went into the booth to wax poetic about his thoughts on the tone a certain Black woman used

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    Letter from the Editor: We are not stopping now

Letter from the Editor: We are not stopping now

I started at the Daily as a wide-eyed freshman hoping to get immersed in the world of journalism, but admittedly not really knowing much about the expansive world already thrust so quickly in front of me. I began immediately writing for the opinion and the Dose section, eager to transfer all

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    Letter from the Editor: One unusual semester later, it isn’t goodbye yet

Letter from the Editor: One unusual semester later, it isn’t goodbye yet

Chief’s Log, Day 43: I’m still trapped in quarantine, although my governor made an announcement a few days back that local businesses will be allowed to open back up soon. I don’t think I’ll be making the venture outside just yet, though, as the curve hasn’t entirely been flattened. I’m

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    Greg Abbott reopening Texas would be catastrophic

Greg Abbott reopening Texas would be catastrophic

Earlier this month, Texas governor Greg Abbott proposed plans to reopen Texas and its economy as early as April 27. This would be achieved by reopening some businesses but keeping schools closed for the remainder of the school year. Abbott says it depends on whether the state has been able to

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    Many college-aged students will not be receiving stimulus checks

Many college-aged students will not be receiving stimulus checks

With the $1,200 coronavirus stimulus checks now being sent out, there remains a group of specific individuals who most likely will not be receiving aid during these very difficult times. College-aged students ranging from ages 18-25 are being left in the dust as they are likely not going to be

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