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Internet access should be a right not a privilege

    Internet access should be a right not a privilege

As schools all over the country have made the transition to remote learning in the midst of COVID-19, officials are still reluctant to acknowledge access to internet should be regarded

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ASL should be universally taught

    ASL should be universally taught

When I was an incoming freshman, I was told by a family member not to choose American Sign Language for my degree’s language requirement. Their reasoning was that it would

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‘Sesame Street’ properly sheds light on the opioid crisis in a unique way

    ‘Sesame Street’ properly sheds light on the opioid crisis in a unique way

“Sesame Street” first aired on Nov. 10, 1969 and has been around for over 50 years now. As we all may know, “Sesame Street” is an educational show that teaches

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Religion should be left out of the school system

    Religion should be left out of the school system

Depending on who you are, religion can be a big part of your life. No matter what your beliefs are, you as an individual have every right to practice whatever

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Students deserve the right to freedom of speech on social media

    Students deserve the right to freedom of speech on social media

Imagine for a second that there is some really shady stuff going on at your school. The administrators are threatening

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First-gen students struggle to balance college and a paycheck

    First-gen students struggle to balance college and a paycheck

By Yolian Ogbu | Contributing writer When I said I would miss the biggest party of our first year of

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Students in a course should get exams with equal difficulty

    Students in a course should get exams with equal difficulty

College is already stressful, so why do some professors feel the need to make it harder for us college students?

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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

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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:

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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

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@tarpwill: Hey @UNTsocial students!I’m working on a story for the @ntdaily about some of the recent closures in the Union’s dining area! Some are opening back up, but I’d love to hear from students and student employees with their thoughts on it!
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SPORTS: The North Texas football program had a busy week with several players returning and transferring out. They also hired new additions to the coaching staff — here’s all that happened.📝 @prestonrios_ 📸 @Tzac24 https://t.co/YK19nMwK4M
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