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    No costume? No problem: Here are some last-minute Halloween looks

No costume? No problem: Here are some last-minute Halloween looks

If you’ve been too busy study for midterms or stressing over group projects to even think about your Halloween costume for this year, don’t worry — we got you covered. Here’s some easy do-it-yourself costumes that will make you look like you tried, when you really just made your costume

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    ‘Coco’ honors day of the dead

‘Coco’ honors day of the dead

Day of the Dead (or Dia de los Muertos) is here, and with the holiday, one can’t help but remember “Coco.” Not only was it a success, but the Pixar movie also honored a holiday that is rarely talked about. The movie was released in Spanish as well, and it

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    3 Denton coffee shops and study spots you need to visit

3 Denton coffee shops and study spots you need to visit

Everyone drinks coffee, but nobody likes those lines at the Union Starbucks. A lot of freshmen have come to UNT this year without a place to hang out, study and — most importantly — find a warm cup of joe. While there are a ton of places on campus to

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    Khalid’s ‘Sun City’ is an ode to small-town dreamers

Khalid’s ‘Sun City’ is an ode to small-town dreamers

After an incredible run with five Grammy nominations, a commercially successful debut album “American Teen” and amazing collaborations with Logic, Future, Calvin Harris and SZA, Khalid returns with an EP skillfully presenting the never-ending cycle of the American teenager’s journey. Khalid continues to go beyond creating music the youth will

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    ‘Beautiful Boy’ is an incomplete but honest look at addiction through the eyes of a father

‘Beautiful Boy’ is an incomplete but honest look at addiction through the eyes of a father

When I first saw the trailer for “Beautiful Boy” in late June 2018, I was immediately moved to tears and knew it was a story that needed to be heard. Knowing I had a good three to four months of waiting before its release, I decided to dig in to

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    Maple’s dining hall is vegan-friendly and full of healthier options, but here’s what you need to try

Maple’s dining hall is vegan-friendly and full of healthier options, but here’s what you need to try

With an A+ rating from PETA, around the clock staff and delicious food choices, Maple’s all-vegan dining hall definitely means business. As of late, I have been attempting to avoid the dreaded “freshman 15,” so when it comes to my preferred dining hall, I always eat at the Mean Greens

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    5 Halloween movies sure to put scaredy cats in spooky season mood

5 Halloween movies sure to put scaredy cats in spooky season mood

It’s that time of year again where pumpkins, candies and costumes are everywhere, and who can forget about the spooky movies? Most people will have thrasher horror movies like “Halloween” or “Hereditary” on their lists. But not me. I’m a scaredy cat who can’t handle those types of flicks —

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    Lil Yachty demands respect on ‘Nuthin’ To Prove’

Lil Yachty demands respect on ‘Nuthin’ To Prove’

Things didn’t always go right for mumble rapper Lil Yachty in the beginning. After calling Notorious B.I.G. overrated and releasing a debut album that flopped, Lil Yatchy took some heat early on and was easily dubbed one of the most disliked rappers, all while simultaneously gaining popularity on SoundCloud. Following

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    “AHS” revisits the Murder House: Paulson directs as the Harmon and Langdon families return in full form

“AHS” revisits the Murder House: Paulson directs as the Harmon and Langdon families return in full form

Warning, spoilers ahead! On Wednesday night, one of the most ambitious crossovers in television history took place as the sixth episode of “American Horror Story: Apocalypse” merged characters from “Coven” and “Murder House.” The episode was an immediate blast from the (recent) past, feeling almost exactly like an episode from

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    Films to look forward to for the rest of the year

Films to look forward to for the rest of the year

Film in 2018 has been a rollercoaster of incredible highs and severe lows — and we still have almost two full months of the year left packed full of films every week. Films that were supposed to be good just were not (looking at you “The Nun”), films that were supposed

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