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Entrepreneurship is the answer for Millennials

    Entrepreneurship is the answer for Millennials

The traditional, simplistic idea of the American dream goes like this: go to school, attend college, graduate with a degree, obtain a good job and you’ll be set for life.

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Denton’s first microbrewery closes after three years of business

    Denton’s first microbrewery closes after three years of business

On Nov. 11, Denton’s first microbrewery saw its last sunset. Audacity Brew House opened its doors in October 2014, introducing Denton to locally brewed craft beers. Owned by brew-master Doug

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Media arts needs more classes or less students

    Media arts needs more classes or less students

The UNT media arts program is popular, to say the least. Chair of the department Eugene Martin says there are currently 1400 media arts majors, up 20 percent from last

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The struggle and honor of being a first-generation student

    The struggle and honor of being a first-generation student

Being a first-generation college student can be a bittersweet experience, especially if you are your parents’ only child. A student can feel as if this large responsibility is placed upon

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Access codes should not be an alternative to physical textbooks

    Access codes should not be an alternative to physical textbooks

Access codes have began to rise in popularity among universities, but just how useful are they really? There are 25

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UNT keeps changing parking pass prices, but why?

    UNT keeps changing parking pass prices, but why?

With the beginning of every school year comes textbook purchases, last minute registration, move-in days and the worst – maneuvering

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There is nothing wrong with unpaid internships

    There is nothing wrong with unpaid internships

Internships are important. They get your foot in the door, you get a little cash and experience for the career

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Are online classes and course work worth it?

    Are online classes and course work worth it?

Students, like myself, choose online or hybrid classes for their simplicity, easy time management and the guaranteed passing grade. Other

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Tips and tricks for transfer students

    Tips and tricks for transfer students

With over 36,000 students at UNT, it’s easy to get lost in the mix, especially if you’re a transfer student.

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How college students can exchange ethics for sales

    How college students can exchange ethics for sales

When there is a sale or a coupon involved, you don’t ask questions, you shop. But behind the crop tops

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