The Dose

Iowa caucus is season opener, not the Big Game

The Editorial Board Every four years the eyes of the nation descend upon the Hawkeye State as its residents clamor to town hall meetings for the first night of the election with any consequence: the Iowa caucus. It is the first true polling event of a long, grueling campaign season where the nation turns on its television set (or fires

Cartoon: Two sides to every coin

Samuel Wiggins | Staff Illustrator @zenphonyy

Swimming and Diving off to best start in program history

Torie Mosley | Staff Writer @toriemosley North Texas swimming and diving is making the 2015-2016 season a year to remember. At 7-3 in dual meets so far this season, the Mean Green is off to its best start in school history. The seven victories also mark the second-most in team history, the seventh coming in a dominating 180-120 win on senior

Freshman center Rickey Brice Jr. shines in return from injury

Torie Mosley | Staff Writer @toriemosley After a close first half, North Texas men’s basketball scored 41 second half points to blow out the University of Southern Mississippi 70-54 at home for its first win in over three weeks. The Mean Green had dropped five games in a row headed into tonight’s matchup, three by double digits. Adding to the team’s

Explosive second half gets men’s basketball back in the win column

Torie Mosley | Staff Writer @toriemosley North Texas men’s basketball is back in the win column after clinching a key conference victory tonight at the Super Pit. The Mean Green (8-14, 3-6) defeated the University of Southern Mississippi University 70-54 in its first home game since mid-January, putting an end to its five-game losing streak. North Texas went 47 percent from