Amy Roh By 8 a.m., Myles Wood, 29, arrives at the Our Daily Bread soup kitchen on West Oak Street to cook, chat and comfort. As usual, the day is
Morgan Sullivan | Copy Editor In a recent ranking of student sugar baby sign-ups on the SeekingArrangement website, UNT was ranked number 52 in the nation. The website allows students to put their college badges on their profiles if they use their student emails to sign up. The website also allows students to find their own “sugar daddies,” people who exchange
The Editorial Board A week ago, nearly 200 UNT students put down their pencils to join students from Texas Woman’s University in a protest around our campus and the Denton Square. Their call, specified in this petition, was for this university to defend its students. UNT President Neal Smatresk, however, showed little interest in the lives and futures of undocumented students.
Clay Massey | Senior Sports Writer When the Conference-USA softball tournament came to Denton at the end of the 2016 season, four teams missed the cut. North Texas joined Marshall University, Western Kentucky University and Middle Tennessee State University sitting on the sidelines, aimlessly watching. As the rest of the conference battled for the trophy inside of Lovelace Stadium, North
Matt Brune | Staff Writer With 4.7 seconds remaining in the game, the Mean Green women’s basketball team was down two and quickly pushed the ball up the court. Sophomore guard Terriell Bradley got the ball in the corner and hoisted a potential game winning three-pointer. But Bradley’s shot fell just short, and Rice University walked away with a 51-49
Clay Massey | Senior Sports Writer If an entire college basketball game ran just 20 minutes, Saturday would have been a good day for head coach Tony Benford and the North Texas men’s basketball team. But college basketball is two 20 minute halves, and in the second half, Rice University outscored the Mean Green (6-11, 0-5) 60-40 and went on win