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    Women face disproportionate criticism in cheating scandals

Women face disproportionate criticism in cheating scandals

With the season finale of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” approaching, mainly tackling the Jordyn Woods and Tristan Thompson scandal, I’ve been reminded of an issue that I can’t ignore. When the news broke that Thompson cheated on Khloé Kardashian, a lot of people said they were not shocked because

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    Why ‘shy-shaming’ is unnecessary

Why ‘shy-shaming’ is unnecessary

“You’re so quiet.” “You should talk more.” “Why don’t you ever speak?” These are just a few phrases I’ve heard during my 18 years as an introvert, and I’m sure I could think of more. While these comments are usually lighthearted, it can make introverted people feel targeted and uncomfortable.

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    Our society encourages eating disorders

Our society encourages eating disorders

Standing on the scale feeling the insatiable desire to lose more weight every time I looked at the number, was when things began to feel out of my control. When I would go out with friends, and someone said “Hey, let’s go to Whataburger!” but I’ve hit my calorie budget

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    Man of many firsts: Summer editor-in-chief brings change

Man of many firsts: Summer editor-in-chief brings change

Featured Image: Editor-in-chief for the North Texas Daily Jelani Gibson in the newsroom in Denton on June 7, 2019. Gibson is a graduate student at the Mayborn School of Journalism who will serve as editor-in-chief for the summer semester of 2019. Image by: Kara Dry First and foremost, please follow my Twitter

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    There’s a racist difference between “Anchor Babies” and “Birth Tourism”

There’s a racist difference between “Anchor Babies” and “Birth Tourism”

Being a person of color, it feels like the battle for equal rights will never end. There will always be individuals who believe they are more entitled to certain rights than you are, who believe they are more worthy, more superior. This is a toxic ideology that has ruled over

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    Letter from the Editor: My work here is done, but the Daily’s is not

Letter from the Editor: My work here is done, but the Daily’s is not

Alec Spicer | Editor-in-Chief When I joined the North Texas Daily as a regular staff writer two and a half years ago, I never imagined that I would one day be editor-in-chief. When I was named editor-in-chief last April, I never imagined being the longest serving editor-in-chief in several decades.

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    Monitoring sexual health proactively is a must for UNT students

Monitoring sexual health proactively is a must for UNT students

According to a report in Denton Record-Chronicle, Denton is a generally healthy city, but sexually transmitted infection rates have continued to increase, pushing Denton County Public Health to bolster their services to prevent and combat STIs. The most common STI among college age students is HPV, an infection that 80 percent

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    Texas would benefit from at-risk youth programs for runaways

Texas would benefit from at-risk youth programs for runaways

Starting Right, Now is a nonprofit organization based in Florida that helps “unaccompanied youth” find stable homes and graduate from high school, according to CNN. The founder’s inspiration came from helping her son’s classmate find a home after learning that she was in danger of becoming homeless. Through the organization,

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    Letter to the editor: An update on SGA from Senator Shane Warren

Letter to the editor: An update on SGA from Senator Shane Warren

By Shane Warren | SGA Senator  To the Student Body of UNT: The Senate, according to Article VI, Section 6 of the Student Constitution, has the power to establish all powers of the Supreme Court. Knowing this, we declared a mistrial over the Supreme Court decision that presidents and vice

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    Tuition rates at UNT and other universities are skyrocketing

Tuition rates at UNT and other universities are skyrocketing

For the 2018-2019 school year, UNT’s financial aid estimates the price of in-state tuition for an off-campus student, only including tuition and fees, at around $11,514 per semester, according to its website. This does not include the living expenses of food, books and transportation. Factoring these necessary personal costs in

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