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    Charm of mediocre games

Charm of mediocre games

As gamers, there is somewhat of an onus on us to keep current with every amazing title that comes to our respective systems. With Next-Gen on the horizon, we’re seeing games at their max potential on existing platforms, and while these offerings are more timely and reflective of the state

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    Stop missing ‘keypoint’ of safe spaces

Stop missing ‘keypoint’ of safe spaces

You have a town of people who have established themselves as being their own little private community. We will call it “Keypoint.” Keypoint is full of people who all know each other well enough. They have a lot of commonalities, and there is no official leader because everyone knows the

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    We should care about the disappearance of Vanessa Guillen

We should care about the disappearance of Vanessa Guillen

Pfc. Vanessa Guillen was last seen in the parking lot of Fort Hood on April 22 shortly after telling her mother that she was being sexually harassed by a superior. It has been two months and a $25,000 reward from the United States Army since Guillen’s disappearance, however, Gloria Guillen

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    Do’s and don’ts of dating apps during pandemic

Do’s and don’ts of dating apps during pandemic

As an avid swiper, the realm of online dating applications is a treacherous journey of wading through catfishers, bare minimum profiles and novel-length bios.  Yet, COVID-19 has shaken up the dating culture across the world, which has proven to be the radical change my dating life needed after futile efforts

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    Changing brand names looks like new trend

Changing brand names looks like new trend

Now seems like the perfect time to drop the racist stereotypes. Companies behind well-known brands like Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben’s line grocery store shelves to this day. They are now considering changing their names after years of calls for them to make changes due to their name linking to

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    UNT’s Social Work department needs to be more inclusive

UNT’s Social Work department needs to be more inclusive

While social workers represent and advocate for the most vulnerable populations, the UNT Social Work department has been looking past a vast group of people and students through their material and professor training. Now that it is pride month, it’s the perfect time to bring awareness to the UNT Social Work

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    Breonna’s Law is step in right direction, but not enough has been done

Breonna’s Law is step in right direction, but not enough has been done

On March 13, Breonna Taylor was killed by plainclothes Louisville police officers during a no-knock search warrant. Police involved in the shooting were investigating men believed to be selling drugs at another location but suspected one of them of using Taylor’s address to receive packages, so the warrant was signed

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    Anti-racist curriculum should be taught in schools

Anti-racist curriculum should be taught in schools

It’s no secret that systemic racism is a major issue in America, and we are living in a revolutionary time where people of color and their allies are demanding change. Too many lives have been lost to racial violence and too many children have suffered because of discrimination. While we’re

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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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    Pride cannot be celebrated without supporting Black Lives Matter

Pride cannot be celebrated without supporting Black Lives Matter

Across the U.S., members of the LGBTQ+ community are celebrating Pride 2020 in the most authentic way: by trading parades for protests. The prominence of the Black Lives Matter movement this June is a much-needed reminder that fighting racial injustice and police brutality has always been a part of our

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