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    Celebrity relationships deserve more privacy

Celebrity relationships deserve more privacy

People are nosy. The love lives of celebrities are consistently put under a microscope, but why? It doesn’t concern anyone else but themselves. You’re not entitled to know about it especially since you do not know these people personally. Paparazzi know people will eat it up, so they push and

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    Media literacy is more important than ever

Media literacy is more important than ever

In the age of “fake news” and the ever-increasing attack on journalistic integrity, media literacy has never been more important than it is now. Dictionary.com defines media literacy as “the ability or skills to critically analyze for accuracy, credibility, or evidence of bias the content created and consumed in various media,

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    Letter from the editor: Open door, open communication

Letter from the editor: Open door, open communication

If you would have told me two years ago when I transferred to UNT during my undergrad that I would have been Editor-in-Chief of the North Texas Daily, I would have laughed. I transferred to UNT from Tyler Junior College where I served as the Arts and Life Editor and later

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    Title X changes to Planned Parenthood will strip away reproductive rights

Title X changes to Planned Parenthood will strip away reproductive rights

Planned Parenthood has been targeted by the Trump administration again. With new revisions to Title X, Trump’s administration wants to take away women’s rights to accessible reproductive healthcare. This would affect people of low income and make access to Planned Parenthood services more challenging. Planned Parenthood is an organization that needs

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    The ‘Mulan’ boycott is misguided

The ‘Mulan’ boycott is misguided

If you’ve opened Twitter recently you might have noticed the disdain for Yifei Liu, the new live-action “Mulan” star. Liu took to her social media and posted “I support Hong Kong police. You can beat me up now.” The phrase is associated with Global Times reporter Fu Guohao, who was assaulted

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    Video games are not responsible for mass shootings

Video games are not responsible for mass shootings

Video games are created and developed by an industry worth $93 billion to entertain mass audiences. But can video games influence gamers to kill? The public seems to be split on the idea that games should be seen as catalysts for an uptick in mass shootings. Some refute the suggestion

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    Despite his confidence, Beto O’Rourke does not have what it takes for the presidency

Despite his confidence, Beto O’Rourke does not have what it takes for the presidency

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke, popular among young Democratic Texan voters, has taken the country by storm. Though his attempt to unseat Ted Cruz from the senate was unsuccessful, O’Rourke caught the attention of thousands by remaining neck and neck in the race against his Republican opponent. After his loss,

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    Letter from the Editor: Done for the summer, chuck these deuces

Letter from the Editor: Done for the summer, chuck these deuces

First things first. I did what I said I would do. The new website that’s been created by our partners in advertising, it’s been made and is still in beta testing. The desktop is complete for the most part, and we’re still working on mobile. Also, I am glad to

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    Forcing students onto unaffordable meal plans and housing is wrong

Forcing students onto unaffordable meal plans and housing is wrong

For most college students, living in a dorm with a roommate is common practice. It is a part of what our society normally associates with college. But for the students who cannot afford to live on campus and pay for a meal plan, this is a prison sentence that can

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    With weed and alcohol the most dangerous drug is the most legal

With weed and alcohol the most dangerous drug is the most legal

Recently the state of Texas decided that Marijuana would continue to be criminalized and illegal. As I learned of this decision, I wondered what the reasons were for continuing to keep the prohibition of marijuana necessary.  I feel like it might be popular knowledge that there are actual health benefits

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