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    Public transit is the best and cheapest way to travel

Public transit is the best and cheapest way to travel

There’s nothing wrong with taking public transportation. If anything more people should be riding trains and buses because it’s better for the environment, according to National Express Transit. Think about it, more people can fit in a bus than a single vehicle. With fewer cars and trucks on the road, this

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    First-gen students struggle to balance college and a paycheck

First-gen students struggle to balance college and a paycheck

By Yolian Ogbu | Contributing writer When I said I would miss the biggest party of our first year of college, my friend was dumbfounded. I had to go to work, I explained. “Just skip it,” she said, brow furrowed as she struggled to process my misguided priorities. I have

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    The Trump administration allows child sexual abuse at the border

The Trump administration allows child sexual abuse at the border

The federal government has reported that more than 4,500 complaints have been filed reporting that minors in immigration detention centers were sexually abused either by adult staff members or other minors, according to the New York Times. The severity of this issue should no longer be ignored, especially by the

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    Accessible mental health care is desperately needed in the US

Accessible mental health care is desperately needed in the US

Luckily, the UNT campus and the DFW area have many mental health resources available to students. However, some of these resources are out of reach for many individuals due to their socioeconomic statuses. Mental health care should not be a privilege reserved only for middle- and upper-class populations, but a

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    Who will stand up for the abused children of the Southern Baptist Church?

Who will stand up for the abused children of the Southern Baptist Church?

Southern Baptist Convention policies liken being LBGTQ to engaging in adultery or pornography, according to the Human Rights Campaign. But where does the church stand on child sex abuse? A recent article in the Houston Chronicle provided eye-opening insights into the Southern Baptist Church’s history of sexually abusing children and covering it up.

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    Letter to the Editor: Save the Sub-Hub

Letter to the Editor: Save the Sub-Hub

Let’s get one thing straight — college towns have certain flavors all their own. The traditions, the landscapes and features of the campus, the people and even the school colors make college towns special places. The businesses that UNT students support during their time in Denton become part of their college

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    Letter to the editor: UNT doesn’t care about small businesses

Letter to the editor: UNT doesn’t care about small businesses

Here are my thoughts about UNTs recent decisions. I don’t know if I’ll be heard but I figured this was a good start. To start off, the day I was accepted to UNT was the happiest day of my life. I couldn’t wait to make a fresh start in the lively town of

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    The Green New Deal is not radical, but reactionary to an endangered world

The Green New Deal is not radical, but reactionary to an endangered world

Newly elected congressional representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Bronx native who has spent most of her adulthood championing local social and economic issues, has proposed a green energy plan that some have criticized as “radical” and “expensive.” Ocasio-Cortez has been the face of this Green New Deal, which aims to be

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    Gucci advertised blackface as high fashion and failed

Gucci advertised blackface as high fashion and failed

By Kaycee Hubbard | Contributing writer This year’s Black History Month has been a controversial one. After actor Liam Neeson’s shocking story about wanting to kill a random black man for simply existing, ongoing biased tweets from President Trump and the revelation that several politicians have worn blackface (most notably

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    Removing Confederate statues does not sugarcoat history, leaving them does

Removing Confederate statues does not sugarcoat history, leaving them does

The Dallas City Council decided in a recent 11-4 vote to remove the Confederate War Memorial across the street from Dallas City Hall. This is the second time in less than two years that the council has voted to take down a long-standing monument dedicated to the Confederacy, according to

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