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Star’s fake singing causes real chaos

As President Barack Obama gave his address on this year’s action-packed mash-up of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Inauguration Day, folks on Twitter were causing a ruckus. I’m sure some of them were moaning and groaning about Obama’s speech, but Twitter was also peeved at the performance by Beyoncé

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History of MLK holiday was no vacation

James Rambin / Views Editor f you’re a proud 20-something college student with little more than a basic knowledge of American history, yesterday’s observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day across this nation and here at UNT might not come across as a particularly historic achievement. In fact, if you only

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Healthy economic future takes change

The fiscal cliff has been pushed back a bit, but with Federal government revenues still only about 70 percent of spending, the deficit issue will continue to be debated for the rest of 2013. While Republicans are fond of saying the US suffers from a spending problem, what we really

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Perry’s gun views don’t shoot straight

On Jan. 15, Gov. Rick Perry issued a statement blaming video games for violence, an accusation that could be expanded to include comics, television, radio, cinema, and the printed word – it’s been done before. His argument is that laws don’t prevent action and therefore don’t work. By that logic,

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Edboard’s guide to the world’s weird week

Here at the Daily, we pride ourselves on maintaining a decent familiarity with current events. It’s not only a basic requirement for good reporting, it makes you look way smarter at parties. Of course, following the news to this degree takes time, and between taking classes and burying our faces in

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Athlete’s phantom girlfriend haunts media

With the college football season closing after Alabama’s 42-14 eradication of Notre Dame, one would be led to believe that the sport would take a hiatus until its heralded signing day, when high school athletes choose which college they will play for. That series of events, unfortunately for the football

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Facebook’s new search cranks up the creep

It’s hard to ignore the appeal of a shiny new semester. The prospect of exciting new classes, friends and a fresh playing field for testing your favorite pick-up lines spells a fresh start—whether you like it or not, really. But don’t try to drastically alter your personality just yet, because

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Examining a fix for finals panic

During my first year at UNT, I was just beginning to get involved with my major.  But as the semester began to wind down, the stress of final exams started to creep in. I studied hard, and was confident that I would end the semester on a high note. The

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UNT conference gets graphic

The Center for the Study of Interdisciplinarity is an example of UNT doing something right. The CSID sponsors events that bring together professors and students from different disciplines to share their knowledge and contribute to the school’s intellectual unity. Their upcoming Comics Studies Symposium on March 22 – 23 is

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Avoiding the flu only hurts for a second

On Friday, January 11, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that this year’s flu season has reached the status of “epidemic.” It may not be the zombie apocalypse you were hoping for, and the Mayans certainly didn’t predict it — but students in Texas still need to get the

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