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Student loan borrowers stiffed by persistent government shutdown

    Student loan borrowers stiffed by persistent government shutdown

The new year is finally here and we’re already off to a precarious start as we officially approach the one month mark of our President’s most recent shenanigans. The government

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Texas School Board curriculum cuts hurt America’s future again

    Texas School Board curriculum cuts hurt America’s future again

With the Texas Board of Education votes in, it is clear one thing still holds true with the Republican-led body: Liberals are out. Not only has the board removed important

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Denton’s first children’s museum creates space for imagination and play

    Denton’s first children’s museum creates space for imagination and play

In one corner, two sisters test how well a pingpong ball can float. Brothers take turns racing down a noise-making slide. A mother and daughter peer through a microscope together.

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Why majoring in art is not a path to failure

    Why majoring in art is not a path to failure

College is one of the things that almost every parent hopes for their child, expecting they will make a good future for themselves. For most parents, that hope for their

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Local charities come together to provide school supplies to those in need

    Local charities come together to provide school supplies to those in need

Rain poured down in spurts outside UNT’s Gateway Center, only letting up to a drizzle for enough time to allow

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Dare to dream: Defying the DACA deadline

    Dare to dream: Defying the DACA deadline

Imagine living a life in which you are instructed to conceal your identity in of fear of being separated from

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DeVos’ school choice is not ideal

    DeVos’ school choice is not ideal

From practically the beginning of Betsy DeVos’ role as a public figure and political proponent she has been crystal clear

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UNT’s College of Education online graduate program is ranked No. 4 in the nation

    UNT’s College of Education online graduate program is ranked No. 4 in the nation

The U.S. News & World Report recently ranked UNT’s College of Education online graduate program No. 4 out of 275

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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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A call for mandatory financial literacy classes

    A call for mandatory financial literacy classes

Amanda Lee | Staff Writer Out of sight, out of mind. This is the frivolous and dangerous attitude in which

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