The Dose

How can Democrats succeed in the next four years?

On the morning of Nov. 9, 2016, Democrats awoke to a crude reality. Not only had their candidate lost the election for the 45th presidency, they were also now the minority party in Congress. They had to realize that Republicans had gained control of the Senate, the House and the majority of state legislatures. The election helped show everyone that a

Chance the Rapper is more than his religious stances

The 59th Annual Grammy Awards were held on Feb. 12, and as many have heard or seen, the night was extravagant and eventful. Among the winners and performances, the noteworthy, historic winner of the night was Chance the Rapper. Chance became the first streaming-only artist to be nominated for a Grammy, leaving the night with three. Two days later, Noisey released an essay

USDA removes animal welfare reports from website

On Feb. 3, the United States Department of Agriculture removed investigation and animal welfare violations reports on several laboratories, animal farms, zoos and “puppy mills” from their website, which has been open to the public for over a decade. On Feb. 9, reporter Chad Shelby published an article called “Petition calls for transparency after USDA removes online animal welfare reports.” The

From hoops to hops, C.J. Gilmore determined to break records for North Texas track

He takes his stance, leans back and inhales. The track beneath him is calm, awaiting his first move. In an instant he’s off and seemingly without effort, weightless as he propels through the air. The bar sits untouched on the beam as he clears the required height. Standing at 6’0 and weighing just 176 pounds, freshman high jumper C.J. Gilmore’s

Track and field puts four on podium at C-USA indoor championships

The North Texas track and field team had four podium finishes at the Conference USA indoor championships, but both the men’s and women’s team finished in ninth place out of twelve teams at the event. Freshman Breanna Eckels headlined the opening day of the championships by claiming first in the long jump with a career-best jump of 5.95 meters. Eckels

Tennis fails to complete comeback in loss to Washington State

Down 3-0 early against Washington State University, North Texas was backed into a corner. But just like they have for the entire season, the Mean Green continued to fight on all the way to the last serve. North Texas was unable to complete the comeback and fell 4-3, but showed the ability to climb out of a deep hole. “I’m