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    Texas driving tests should be more comprehensive

Texas driving tests should be more comprehensive

I recently came across a dashcam video on Reddit that was filmed by a driver commuting on a busy Texas interstate. It had been posted under the topic “r/facepalm” to assure me I would be disappointed with what I was about to see. The recording captured a car merging onto

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    The power of comedy and why censorship does not belong in it

The power of comedy and why censorship does not belong in it

Content warning: this article contains language and content related to suicide. Reader discretion is advised. Comedy comes from dark places. At least, that’s the case for many comedians. Richard Pryor grew up in a brothel with a prostitute and a pimp for parents. Eddie Murphy’s father was murdered when he

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    New Texas laws present state’s hunger for power

New Texas laws present state’s hunger for power

On Sept. 1, in a moment clearly lacking self-awareness, 666 new Texas laws went into effect. Ranging from hard-buttoned topics such as education to healthcare, this new batch of legislation continues to enforce the on-brand shrewdness and shallow values of the Republican party. The usual suspects of gun rights, women’s

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    Fans bullying studios into getting what they want will never be the answer

Fans bullying studios into getting what they want will never be the answer

Becoming a fan can be an extremely rewarding experience. Everything is for them at the end of the day, but no matter how many times fans are put at the top of the priority list, there are still huge moments of dissatisfaction. There has been a recent trend with fans

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    Why everyone should work in the service industry at least once

Why everyone should work in the service industry at least once

“Table six needs refills, the kid at table eight spilled his Mountain Dew and the couple at table ten found hair in their queso. Also, you still need to sing happy birthday to the lady at table seven.” If you have ever worked as a server, you can probably relate

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    Small victories deserve more attention

Small victories deserve more attention

As the new school year begins, there is youth and promise found among the buildings and their respective classrooms. Each year there is hope for what the future may offer students not only academically but also for their day-to-day lives. A common piece of advice for young adults is to

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    The rabbit hole of the self-help industry and its various pitfalls

The rabbit hole of the self-help industry and its various pitfalls

I first got into self-help around the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sitting inside all day, staring at a screen and never wearing pants made me feel pretty useless. To get out of the slump I was in, I ordered a few books on motivation and watched a lot of

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    Letter from the editor: new normal brings new ways to adapt

Letter from the editor: new normal brings new ways to adapt

In my first letter from the editor back in January, I emphasized the tenacity of the North Texas Daily and our ability to adapt, overcome and continue on as a newspaper staff. While so much around us has changed, that aspect has not. As we navigate another semester filled with

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    Family channels need regulation to avoid child exploitation

Family channels need regulation to avoid child exploitation

For the average child, the journey of growing up is shared within the privacy of their family with a picture or two on their mom’s Facebook. For 5-year-old YouTube star Elle McBroom of The ACE Family, her childhood is shared with her 4.6 million Instagram followers and the 19.1 million

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    Home economics is a necessity for college students

Home economics is a necessity for college students

Our K-12 education is not what it used to be. Much of the curriculum we see in schools nowadays is based on testing and how to receive higher test scores. We see this in the way subjects are taught and classes are structured. In Texas, students begin standardized testing in

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