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Contrary to what Trump says, the US should help asylum-seeking migrants

    Contrary to what Trump says, the US should help asylum-seeking migrants

Since October, a caravan of thousands of migrants from crime and poverty-ridden countries in Central America has been journeying on foot to the U.S. to seek asylum status. President Donald

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The United States should embrace its immigrants, not abuse them

    The United States should embrace its immigrants, not abuse them

Those who immigrate to the U.S. illegally are one dimensional in many American minds: A lot of citizens find it hard to look past their illegal crossings into the U.S.

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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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‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ is the kind of sequel the original deserves

    ‘Sicario: Day of the Soldado’ is the kind of sequel the original deserves

“Sicario: Day of the Soldado” is a curious beast. It’s a follow-up to one of the most deceptively thoughtful and gruesome takes on the U.S. government’s uneasy relationship with the

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The study abroad process and expense are worth it

    The study abroad process and expense are worth it

Despite college being one of the most expensive and hectic experiences a person can have, it warrants some space for

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Music doctoral student awarded prestigious fellowship to study mariachi in Mexico

    Music doctoral student awarded prestigious fellowship to study mariachi in Mexico

College of Music doctoral student José R. Torres-Ramos has received the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship to study mariachi in

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Building a wall will never work

    Building a wall will never work

Gabriela Macias | Staff Writer The first week of President Trump’s administration was eventful to say the least. It was

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Mean Green LULAC Stands for Ayotzinapa

    Mean Green LULAC Stands for Ayotzinapa

Montreh Nariman-Hassana / Contributing Writer Students from UNT’s Mean Green League of United Latin American Citizens met Thursday evening for

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Anti-poverty organization has roots at UNT

    Anti-poverty organization has roots at UNT

Kaleigh Gremaud / Staff Writer Imagine you’re without electricity, water or even education. For some people, those are daily realities

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