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Yik Yak returns to North Texas with mixed reactions

    Yik Yak returns to North Texas with mixed reactions

The messaging app Yik Yak has returned to campus in time for the new semester and is being met with mixed reactions from students. Originally launched in 2013, the anonymous-based

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What Winter Storm Uri means for Texas politicians

    What Winter Storm Uri means for Texas politicians

The historic ice storm in Texas was a rude awakening for its citizens. We now know how unprepared our energy system is to combat conditions that are commonplace up north,

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How to curate your online experience

    How to curate your online experience

In the summer after my senior year of high school, I realized I hated being on Instagram. The realization happened slowly, but it was characterized by this growing feeling of

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No one needs to idolize politicians

    No one needs to idolize politicians

Throughout history, politicians were always somewhat removed from the rest of the general population. Social media has opened up endless channels of communication and has made people in power more

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The case for breaking up Big Tech

    The case for breaking up Big Tech

For at least the past three years, one of the biggest political talking points on both sides of the aisle

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Kim, there are people dying out there

    Kim, there are people dying out there

It’s safe to say this year has been nothing short of unpredictable. We have all put our lives on hold

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Social media caused Gen. Z and Millennials to be out of touch with reality

    Social media caused Gen. Z and Millennials to be out of touch with reality

In today’s climate of social media, Generation Z and Millennials have negatively been affected by social media leading to harm

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Stan culture is unhealthy for celebrities and fans

    Stan culture is unhealthy for celebrities and fans

Social media has birthed many cultural trends, but one of its most dangerous products is “stan” culture. Some people say

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The UNT Police Department should offer more self-defense classes to students

    The UNT Police Department should offer more self-defense classes to students

According to a 2017 article by the Houston Chronicle, UNT was ranked eight for Texas universities with the highest amount

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Coronavirus memes create less empathy and instill racism

    Coronavirus memes create less empathy and instill racism

It is safe to say that there is a trend of medical outbreaks that occur every few years. In the 2000s,

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