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How to help yourself get through these last few weeks

    How to help yourself get through these last few weeks

Everybody rejoice, for we have finally reached the end of another seemingly endless semester. Unsurprisingly so, this semester has felt completely hectic in every possible way imaginable. For some reason,

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This & That: Vegetarianism is worth a shot

    This & That: Vegetarianism is worth a shot

I would like to begin by expressing that you, as a grown individual, have the right to eat anything you want. Your food preferences are your own, and nobody should

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Short people problems

    Short people problems

I am five feet tall, and I ride the bus every day. I do not drive, and I do not have a car, so I rely on UNT’s transportation services.

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Free-speech vs. hate-speech

    Free-speech vs. hate-speech

On March 29, several “protesters” stood on campus near the Business Leadership Building brandishing signs of hatred. Freedom of speech is granted to each of us as an inherent right,

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Everywoman Celebration recognizes the talent of Denton women for Women’s History Month

    Everywoman Celebration recognizes the talent of Denton women for Women’s History Month

“Every soul walking the planet was born of women,” said Georgina Ngozi, executive director of the Greater Denton Arts Council.

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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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Union Fest 2018

    Union Fest 2018

UNT celebrated its annual Union Fest on Wednesday, hosting an array of events such as screen printing, karaoke, movies and

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UNT’s hidden figures: Mama Joyce’s contagious charisma brings joy to students

    UNT’s hidden figures: Mama Joyce’s contagious charisma brings joy to students

As the daylight creeps steadily across campus, the hungry slew of sleepwalking students make their way toward the cafeterias. This

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Negative Nancy claims reverse racism

    Negative Nancy claims reverse racism

I don’t know about anyone else, but I would’ve appreciated Nancy Kolsti defining exactly what she believes reverse racism is,

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Lost in translation

    Lost in translation

“You are clear that if you want to exit with a dog you will have to mentalize you maybe cannot

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