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Living in the era of misinformation

    Living in the era of misinformation

Misinformation confronts me on a Wednesday morning. In ugly, garish, black letters, the phrase “Obama communist love” is accompanied by a horribly Photoshopped image of Barack Obama, passionately embracing Vladimir Putin.

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2017 Mayborn Conference helps young writers hone their craft

    2017 Mayborn Conference helps young writers hone their craft

Katherine Boo sits at the front of the room, scribbling and revising her keynote speech up to the last second. She skipped dinner, wanting to get her wording perfect before

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‘A Day Without a Woman’ in the newsroom

    ‘A Day Without a Woman’ in the newsroom

The Editorial Board Considering yesterday was International Women’s Day, it is important to note that our production staff is entirely comprised of women. Therefore, we felt obligated to print our publication accordingly

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Journalists must work harder than ever

    Journalists must work harder than ever

For the next four years, journalists need to work harder than ever to preserve the power of the press. The president-elect has challenged that power on too many occasions. This

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Why we allow profanity in our stories

    Why we allow profanity in our stories

If you read the North Texas Daily regularly, you may have noticed an uptick in our body copy’s profanity this semester. Through

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Nobody has time for a media conspiracy

    Nobody has time for a media conspiracy

Donald Trump just had the worst week of his presidential campaign and claims of a world-wide news media conspiracy to

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Join us in celebrating 100 years of journalism, 100 years of you

The Editorial Board The newspaper you’re holding may not be printing in 10 years. Until then, we need to celebrate

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Are the news media actually biased?

Good journalism is all about being objective, but can those of us behind the media really be objective when we’re

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Facts first, opinions later: media literacy works for everyone

The Editorial Board Online journalism, in the politically polarized world in which we live, has its equal share of pros

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Former offensive lineman Walker forced to choose between football and career path

    Former offensive lineman Walker forced to choose between football and career path

Scott Sidway | Sports Editor @ScottyWK Donning a black North Texas Football sweatshirt, broadcast journalism junior Dominick Walker walked into

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BREAKING: UNT’s student athletic fee gets approved by a vote of 55% approval. https://t.co/Yg1pPwMGGM
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