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    Eating the rich will be a tasty revolution

Eating the rich will be a tasty revolution

While thousands upon thousands starve, three Americans — Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg — have obtained enough wealth to pull those thousands out of the trenches of poverty. How can it get to a point where the gap between the wealthy and the poor is so large that “eating the

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    LGBTQ representation in children’s media is essential

LGBTQ representation in children’s media is essential

Straight people can get very creative when trying to stigmatize progress. Some of their favorite arguments against the inclusion of LGBTQ characters in children’s media include those that frame representation as a recruitment tool, or imply LGBTQ identities are inherently sexual in nature. What even moderates and straight liberals fail

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    We need to stop equating fetishization with progressivism

We need to stop equating fetishization with progressivism

At first glance, it might appear as though society has become less biased with regards to beauty standards. But in fact, physical features that have been unfairly deemed unattractive in the past are now being fetishized rather than accepted, and those who do not wear said features in a certain

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    Basic courtesies shouldn’t be awarded

Basic courtesies shouldn’t be awarded

For many Black Americans, this year has been nothing short of traumatic. With the murder of Breonna Taylor, the voter suppression that occurred in Wisconsin and the performative grand gestures by politicians and big brands alike, Black Americans have been consistently reminded of the general neglect and abuse American systems

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    The North Texas Daily reminds you to vote early

The North Texas Daily reminds you to vote early

Election Day may be less than two weeks away, but early voting has already started in Texas. With a raging pandemic, a U.S. Postal Service crisis and the possibility of foreign meddling, how can we make our vote count this election? Texas is one of 40 states plus the District

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    Horror movie stereotypes are dull and outdated

Horror movie stereotypes are dull and outdated

October is easily the best month of the year. With Halloween taking over and the weather finally becoming pleasant, it is a happy time for a lot of people. Many of those people will probably divulge in a horror movie or two, so I think it is appropriate to look

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    Cancelling spring break is hypocritical

Cancelling spring break is hypocritical

With over one million deaths worldwide at the hands of COVID-19, I approached this academic year aware it would be an unparalleled experience. Sacrificing many elements of traditional college life seems pretty insignificant compared to the economic damage the pandemic has caused. Public health takes precedence over parties, face to

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    Anti-abortion events are aimed at inflicting terror

Anti-abortion events are aimed at inflicting terror

Content warning: this article contains language and content related to abortion. Reader discretion is advised. This summer I drove a friend to Austin so she could get an abortion. She’s a young mother who makes ends meet waiting tables and took a pregnancy test in the bathroom at work during

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    What is appropriate to do during a pandemic?

What is appropriate to do during a pandemic?

It has been brought to my attention that just because we are back on campus, there is suddenly an invitation to act like there is no sign of a pandemic anywhere. People going to the gym is something I have been seeing a lot of, and I think that a

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    Paris Hilton is the blueprint

Paris Hilton is the blueprint

Pop culture just isn’t what it used to be. Gone is the era of Juicy Couture and celebrity feuds. However, the effects these celebrities of the early and mid-2000s had on pop culture and society are far from done. Paris Hilton singlehandedly changed the world and our perception of what

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