By Kyle Martin For those late nights when there isn’t much to do except invite friends over, we now have the Cards Against Humanity Denton Loves Profanity Expansion Pack (a
By Imani Pinckney Pop Culture Warrior It’s hard not to think about Apple’s new iPhones and iOS coming out next month, especially with all the conspiracy theories floating around. But that’s not what this post is about. It is about key pet peeves that many Apple users can relate to that simply boil down to iPhone etiquette. Some may say
As far back as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a movie critic. Despite the pretentious tone of that sentence, I practically grew up dreaming of a career where I could watch free movies 24/7, getting paid just to write about what I had seen. And whenever I tell new friends that, majority of the time, I’m met
When head coach Seth Littrell and his Mean Green take the field at Apogee Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 3 against SMU, the eagerness to see this new-look North Texas squad will reach its peak. As soon as the players file out and touch the eagle statue before sprinting onto the field, it will be a new era for the Mean Green.
The Mean Green soccer team overcame their first bout of adversity on Sunday afternoon, erasing an early deficit before downing Abilene Christian University 3-2. The Wildcats (0-3-1) started strong with five shots on goal in the first nine minutes. Of these five shots, two found the back of the net. North Texas (4-0) then found itself in an unfamiliar position
By Courtney Anderson The Mean Green volleyball team dropped both of its games on Saturday in the North Texas Challenge, falling to Texas State University and No. 16 Texas A&M University. Game One: Texas State 3, North Texas 1 North Texas began the first set with a slim lead, but that would be the only time it held an advantage.