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    Celebrities should focus on helping the Australian wildfires

Celebrities should focus on helping the Australian wildfires

Australia has been hit with terrible wildfires that have left 28 people dead and more than 2,000 homes destroyed. The fires have been burning since the start of fire season in June 2019 and are still burning. Tragically, Australia’s entire ecosystem continues to be destroyed by the fires.  In early

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    The air strike on Iran recalls the beginnings of Bush’s “War on Terror”

The air strike on Iran recalls the beginnings of Bush’s “War on Terror”

Three days into the new year, Iranian general Qasem Soleimani was assassinated by an American air strike on an international airport. President Trump, who neglected to consult with Congress before ordering the air strike, claims that Soleimani posed a substantial threat to the American people. However, U.S. citizens should not

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    Letter from the Editor: Big multimedia expansions coming

Letter from the Editor: Big multimedia expansions coming

I hate to sound like a broken record, but I truly never thought I would be writing this letter. When I enrolled at Texas A&M-Commerce as a marketing major, I figured writing would just be a hobby of mine. Halfway through my freshman year, I knew I was lying to

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    Letter from the Editor: Becky is signing out

Letter from the Editor: Becky is signing out

I never thought I would end up as North Texas Daily’s Editor-in-Chief. Last spring, I thought my time with the paper was coming to an end due to the fact that I was graduating with my bachelor’s. However, life is filled with many surprises and I decided to apply to graduate school

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    The fervor around Luna Younger is disgusting

The fervor around Luna Younger is disgusting

You may have first heard about the Luna Younger case from either Twitter, conservative media outlets or the local street preacher who hangs around the corner of the Business Leadership Builder every Wednesday morning. The basic summary is that there is a custody battle between peditrician Dr. Anne Georgulas and

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    Meghan Markle’s treatment by the British press is unfair

Meghan Markle’s treatment by the British press is unfair

Britain’s general elections are underway and Brexit is still a topic of disaster in the United Kingdom, yet the British press cannot seem to get enough of scrutinizing Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex. The former actress who starred in the popular American television program, “Suits,” got married to Prince

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    Hanukkah does not deserve to be sidelined anymore

Hanukkah does not deserve to be sidelined anymore

For those unaware, Hanukkah is the Jewish holiday that celebrates and commemorates when the Jewish people rose up against their Greek-Syrian oppressors during the Maccabean Revolt. After this, the Jewish people reclaimed the holy temple in Jerusalem. To rededicate the temple, they needed oil to light the menorah, but they only

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    Not being Trump isn’t enough to exonerate all politicians

Not being Trump isn’t enough to exonerate all politicians

Trump’s presidency is a culmination of past infractions by other conservatives, but following the 2016 presidential election, those browbeaten by the news began to view past these particular politicians through a distinctly unproductive lens. Ellen Degeneres’ cloying affirmation of her friendship with George W. Bush provoked a series of contradictory

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    The Deadspin situation isn’t the first of its kind and it definitely won’t be the last

The Deadspin situation isn’t the first of its kind and it definitely won’t be the last

From late October to early November, the popular blog Deadspin experienced a staff-wide mutiny after months of anger over corporate mismanagement from owner G/O Media Inc. These complaints ranged from intimidation of the staff from corporate installed seniors to forcing the writers to “stick to sports.” The site has not

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    UNT’s lack of sufficient safety precautions is troubling for students

UNT’s lack of sufficient safety precautions is troubling for students

UNT is lacking sufficient safety precautions and needs to improve and implement more resources to ensure the safety of students. Whether it’s for a night class or a late-night study session, many students have been on campus after dark. It can be scary and intimidating, especially if you are alone. One

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