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Artist brings light to Chicanx culture and spirituality through art

    Artist brings light to Chicanx culture and spirituality through art

Featured Image: Nineteen-year-old artist Serena González begins work on a new embroidery project in the CVAD building on April 26, 2019. Originally from San Antonio, González said she is very

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Folklorico de North Texas celebrates traditional Mexican dance with showcase

    Folklorico de North Texas celebrates traditional Mexican dance with showcase

Bright lights and Spanish music set the mood as attendees begin to file into the Lyceum. Backstage, the dancers are huddled together in a circle as one of the members

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Day of the Dead Festival brings memories and connection through Mexican traditions

    Day of the Dead Festival brings memories and connection through Mexican traditions

Walking up to the community ofrenda, Sandra McEwan slides the old picture of her grandpa from her folder to add to the altar. The tangible memory of him is placed

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Día de los Muertos do’s and dont’s

    Día de los Muertos do’s and dont’s

If you take one thing away from this article, let it be that Día de los Muertos is not the Mexican version of Halloween. Though this celebration occurs during “spooky

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‘BlacKkKlansman’ gives America the reality check it needed

From visionary filmmaker Spike Lee comes the incredible true story of an American hero. Will the real Ron Stallworth please

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Mocking unfamiliar names contributes to bullying

    Mocking unfamiliar names contributes to bullying

If you ask a person whether or not they want to be treated differently because of their inherited name, their

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The less than 1 percent: Native American Student Association revives group, aims to create visibility

    The less than 1 percent: Native American Student Association revives group, aims to create visibility

On Tuesday nights, members of the Native American Student Association (NASA) trickle into a small, dingy classroom in the language

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‘Pretty privilege’ is real

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It’s subjective. If society is the beholder, then what is

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UNT celebrates International Education Week

    UNT celebrates International Education Week

Monday marked the beginning of International Education Week at UNT and will consist of events throughout the week that will

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Avoiding cultural appropriation is for the best

    Avoiding cultural appropriation is for the best

Since its 1999 start, Coachella has been a cultural phenomenon, setting trends in music and fashion alike. We all know when

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