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    Dallas police let community down

Dallas police let community down

The hunt for the Fair Park serial rapist frequented news headlines recently, but in the frenzied reports of DNA matches and possible suspects, the community seems to have been forgotten. When a crime is reported, whether it is burglary or sexual assault, it is the duty of authorities to respond

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    Opinion: Football has a drinking problem

Opinion: Football has a drinking problem

The walk from the Hill to Apogee stadium is 230 feet, so why is it OK to drink alcohol while tailgating at the Hill and illegal to drink it inside the stadium? Why are UNT and the Mean Green athletic department letting thousands of dollars of revenue escape down the

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    Column: @UNTPublicHouse ?

Column: @UNTPublicHouse ?

TS Johnson / Web Editor You never know what’s going to pop up on your Twitter news feed. Sometimes breaking news will flash across the screen, while other times your friends will be posting something silly or non-important. In some cases, though, you may find something that makes you curious—perhaps

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    Editorial: Sons and daughters of liberty

Editorial: Sons and daughters of liberty

Joshua Knopp / Staff Writer Remember Tuesday, June 25 when a livestream of the Texas State Senate was must-watch television? That was awesome. Happy Independence Day. Two hundred thirty-seven years ago today, a group of political dissidents signed a piece of literature that’s changed the world almost as much as

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    Genetic mapping could throw ethics off course

Genetic mapping could throw ethics off course

A few milliliters of spit can do a lot of things. It can turn a wad of paper into a projectile, it can transmit diseases, it can even land you in jail. But thanks to progress in modern medical technology, it now also has the power to reveal all the

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    Republican resurrection takes compromise

Republican resurrection takes compromise

Since last November, when the promise from Republican hopefuls of making President Barack Obama a one-term president fell short, the GOP has done some soul-searching. The fear of Obamacare and government overreach wasn’t enough to hand Republicans the White House or the Senate. After the election, the GOP was left

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    Microsoft announces Xbox One

Microsoft announces Xbox One

Tim Cato / Contributing Writer Microsoft made its return to the gaming platform battlefield in a 12 p.m. press conference earlier today in Redmond, Washington, unveiling details about the new Xbox One console that is expected to be released later this year. “We’ve spent the last four years working on

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So long, and thanks for the memories

When I first came to UNT three years ago, my plan didn’t include working in the dark, windowless basement of the General Academic Building—also known as the NT Daily. The plan was to get in and get out of school with as few distractions as possible. But somewhere along the

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Internet expression can’t be threatened

If the Internet were a physical place, it would be the Wild West. I’m starting to think the U.S. government realizes that. Just like the West, it’s a wild, untamed frontier, filled to the brim with illegal activity and the latest trends in human indecency. Where the west had outlaws

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Disability shouldn’t be a definition

According to the most recent census, about 54 million Americans—one in five—have a disability.  Those people with disabilities are just that, people. Their disability is only part of their lives. People with disabilities are moms, dads, brothers, sisters, friends, neighbors and co-workers.  They each have unique strengths, needs and interests.

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