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The use of trigger warnings seems inconsistent

    The use of trigger warnings seems inconsistent

There’s a difference between being uncomfortable with something and being sent on a downward spiral because of it. But can the incorporation of trigger warnings stop this? Trigger warnings, which

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Instagram’s new ‘Restrict’ feature is a positive step in preventing bullying

    Instagram’s new ‘Restrict’ feature is a positive step in preventing bullying

Instagram has created a new Restrict feature as part of an anti-bullying initiative that will help protect users by allowing them to control the publication of a bully’s hateful comments.

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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 your compliance, and you’re not allowed to speak on the

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The face behind the Crooked Crust Twitter account

    The face behind the Crooked Crust Twitter account

When Azriel Harrison, a communications sophomore at UNT, started the Crooked Crust Denton Twitter account, he said he did not expect the amount of attention it would receive. He definitely hadn’t

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Women face disproportionate criticism in cheating scandals

    Women face disproportionate criticism in cheating scandals

With the season finale of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” approaching, mainly tackling the Jordyn Woods and Tristan Thompson scandal,

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Third annual eating disorder awareness walk moves to the Square, raises more than $3,700

    Third annual eating disorder awareness walk moves to the Square, raises more than $3,700

More than 200 people gathered at the Denton County Courthouse and raised a total of $3,753 for the third annual

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Unconditionally free speech can no longer exist in our world

    Unconditionally free speech can no longer exist in our world

The premise of social media website Gab is easy enough to understand: Free speech for all, regardless of opinions or

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Halloween is still not an excuse to treat oppressed groups as costumes

    Halloween is still not an excuse to treat oppressed groups as costumes

Halloween comes on the same day every year and little seems to change — except for the latest line of

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‘Rude girls’ are the new norm

    ‘Rude girls’ are the new norm

Women’s mannerisms and clothing have been historically governed and regulated by standards of society, usually meaning that ladies were to

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Walk the walk: Don’t just perform your politics for social media

    Walk the walk: Don’t just perform your politics for social media

Living on a college campus, there is one thing other than street preachers you can’t escape: politics. We’re surrounded by

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