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UNT alumna uses historical fiction to highlight social issues

    UNT alumna uses historical fiction to highlight social issues

UNT alumna and self-published author, Madison Flores, has been writing for as long as she can remember, but finally committed herself to becoming a published author during her senior year

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The 2020 Oscars make history and for once, get it right

    The 2020 Oscars make history and for once, get it right

On Feb 9, 2020, The Academy made history. Making history and The Academy are not something I am used to hearing together, but by the surprise of just about everyone,

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The differences in state history textbooks display the opposite of American democracy

    The differences in state history textbooks display the opposite of American democracy

Among the core subjects taught in American high schools, the history of the nation seems to take different perspectives depending on the state. Though history is meant to be factual

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Smithsonian Museum could help reveal forgotten Latinx history

    Smithsonian Museum could help reveal forgotten Latinx history

America has gone through a lot for being a relatively younger country, from fighting for our independence more than 243 years ago to combating terrorism today. We honor American history by

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We should not excuse reprehensible actions of historical figures

    We should not excuse reprehensible actions of historical figures

I’ve only regretted majoring in public relations once, and it was when an industry official cited historical figure Ivy Ledbetter

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More than 93 percent of SGA presidents have been men

    More than 93 percent of SGA presidents have been men

Men have held the office of Student Government Association president 93.4 percent of the time while the office of SGA

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UNT professor explores historical and societal connections with food

    UNT professor explores historical and societal connections with food

Professor Jennifer Jensen Wallach remembers reading Myrlie Evers-Williams’ memoir of her husband and civil rights activist Medgar Evers being murdered

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6 quirky turkey Thanksgiving traditions

    6 quirky turkey Thanksgiving traditions

With pumpkin pies and turkeys in abundant supply in supermarkets across the U.S. this Thanksgiving season, many favored and annual

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Mean Green tennis duo makes history entering 2017 season

    Mean Green tennis duo makes history entering 2017 season

After ending last season ranked 58th in the country and 6th in the region, the doubles team of Maria Kononova

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NAACP president hosts rally to address representation and history

John Hoang | Staff Writer @jhoang1995 Standing under the Confederate statue on the Square, NAACP president Willie Hudspeth addressed a

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