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    Practice some patience before posting spoilers

Practice some patience before posting spoilers

There is an epidemic in this day and age, and a bad one. You have seen them, I am sure of it. I know I have encountered them far too much. It is a pestilence that needs to be stopped before something drastic is ruined by someone’s negligence. This column

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    A new, pricey island retreat for women ignores the plight of the less privileged

A new, pricey island retreat for women ignores the plight of the less privileged

Women deal with a lot. It seems we have to watch our backs, wallets and human rights everywhere we go. We are plagued by a whole host of social ills: harassment, inequality, constant condescension, etc. For many women, this reality feels so finite it can’t be escaped, no matter where we

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    Denton’s unique music sound is a reflection of its offbeat, mix-matched culture

Denton’s unique music sound is a reflection of its offbeat, mix-matched culture

Denton has a unique mix of musicians and artists that is created by the city’s distinct culture of openness and creativity. Because Denton is a young town — the median age being around 28 years old — dreams are being followed, bands are being formed and new music is in

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    Americans deserve a say in the appointment of a new Supreme Court Justice

Americans deserve a say in the appointment of a new Supreme Court Justice

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy is retiring from his position, leaving both Republican and Democratic hopefuls drooling over the unoccupied seat. Open spots on the court do not occur frequently, as judges receive lifetime appointments to the position. This is a midterm election year, meaning the outcome of November could

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    Classifying video game addiction as a mental disorder is excessive

Classifying video game addiction as a mental disorder is excessive

The World Health Organization made a controversial decision recently to classify video game addiction as a mental disorder. Like with other addictions, the organization considers gaming an addiction when an individual uses it to escape from reality and ignore responsibilities. Presumably, parents everywhere are rejoicing as they have received a

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    If you want to be competitive in “Fortnite,” use a PC

If you want to be competitive in “Fortnite,” use a PC

Whenever I see someone on social media post their solo win with nine kills, I’m like, “not bad.” That is, until I notice the triangle or Y button as their pickax key — indicating their use of the console version of “Fortnite.” To an experienced player, this means they’re playing

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    America’s racism and immigration issues didn’t start with Trump

America’s racism and immigration issues didn’t start with Trump

We’ve all seen the pictures. We’ve heard the audio of children wailing in Spanish for their parents. We’ve been forced to listen to the leader of our once “free and just nation” antagonize and dehumanize immigrants on a global scale. It’s easy to say that Trump has ignited a storm

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    End the over analysis of female celebrities’ relationships

End the over analysis of female celebrities’ relationships

It’s always news when a celebrity gets engaged — especially when it’s one of such status as Ariana Grande, who has taken the music world by storm. Her relationships have never been much of a secret, having publicly dated high profile celebrities like Big Sean and Mac Miller. But like

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    There is no morally superior response to XXXTentacion’s death

There is no morally superior response to XXXTentacion’s death

With a quick Google search, I couldn’t find statistics on funeral attendance numbers for people charged with a crime. But my assumption is that a person’s funeral attendance correlates with how “good” they were perceived as when they were alive. After the untimely death of Jahseh Onfroy, better known as

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    Immigration crisis: an alarming step in the wrong direction

Immigration crisis: an alarming step in the wrong direction

President Trump’s zero tolerance policy on immigration has elevated the problem at the border from an immigration crisis to a humanitarian one. Children of all ages — some barely even toddlers — are being separated from their families at the Texas-Mexico border and placed into “detention” camps. Does this remind

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