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Voertman’s spray paint ‘nook’ makes room for creative expression

    Voertman’s spray paint ‘nook’ makes room for creative expression

By Joanna Gasca Voertman’s, located at 1314 W. Hickory St., got an area approved to become a spray paint “nook” open to the public. The section can be found near

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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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UNT and its lack of transparency with textbooks is troubling

    UNT and its lack of transparency with textbooks is troubling

It’s that time again to start dropping $250+ on textbooks you may or may not open or for ones you will never look at again after the four months you spent

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Texas School Board curriculum cuts hurt America’s future again

    Texas School Board curriculum cuts hurt America’s future again

With the Texas Board of Education votes in, it is clear one thing still holds true with the Republican-led body: Liberals are out. Not only has the board removed important

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Professors should not make textbooks mandatory

    Professors should not make textbooks mandatory

The hardest blow you can give a stressful college student that has to worry about tuition costs, rent and nonexistent parking,

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Access codes should not be an alternative to physical textbooks

    Access codes should not be an alternative to physical textbooks

Access codes have began to rise in popularity among universities, but just how useful are they really? There are 25

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UNT dropouts ready to takeover the textbook industry

With rock music blaring and tail-pipe howling, he stands on the bed of the pick-up truck, riding it like a surfboard.

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Textbooks: dot-com versus brick and mortar

    Textbooks: dot-com versus brick and mortar

Kayleigh Bywater / Staff Writer It’s the start of the spring semester, and both returning and new students enter their

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Textbooks threaten Texas’ scientific future

    Textbooks threaten Texas’ scientific future

Last week, the Texas State Board of Education held a public hearing to discuss the textbooks the state plans to

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