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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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Activism is great, but voting is the real deal

    Activism is great, but voting is the real deal

Like most college campuses across the nation, UNT showcases many progressive movements. From protesting controversial statues and monuments to organized classroom “walk-outs,” it seems like activism and college students go

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Shut down for what?!

    Shut down for what?!

Anarchy ensued this weekend after the announcement of the government’s shutting down. As federal employees were all told to go home to their children, military personnel were dismissed and departed

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Matt Farmer withdraws candidacy for House District 64

    Matt Farmer withdraws candidacy for House District 64

In a Facebook post on Tuesday, Matt Farmer announced he is withdrawing his candidacy for the Texas House District 64 seat that State Rep. Lynn Stucky currently holds. Farmer was

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Free the weed dealers

There’s been some great things going on in America this past decade, namely weed legalization in a few states. Recent

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SGA begins yearly intern program with meeting and interviews

    SGA begins yearly intern program with meeting and interviews

The Student Government Association started its yearly intern program Tuesday with their first intern meeting. The program, previously known as

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In the fight for tolerance, we are becoming more intolerant

    In the fight for tolerance, we are becoming more intolerant

Garron Weeks | Staff Writer The fight for tolerance and equality is a tough battle to participate in as the

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Where Texas will go without one-punch voting

    Where Texas will go without one-punch voting

Amanda Dycus | Staff Writer On May 18, the Texas Senate passed House Bill 25 with a 19-11 vote. This

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Not caring for politics is a sign of privilege

    Not caring for politics is a sign of privilege

Whether you’re a Republican, a Democrat or somewhere in between, politics rule the world around us. From healthcare to taxes,

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President Maduro, help Venezuela before helping Trump

    President Maduro, help Venezuela before helping Trump

Matthew Li | Staff Writer It is amazing how far Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro has allowed his nation to fall. For the country

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