The Dose

Milo Yiannopoulos is terrible, but for what reason?

The Editorial Board Controversial journalist Milo Yiannopoulos resigned from his senior editor duties at Breitbart on Tuesday. At a news conference the same day, Yiannopoulos made clear that his resignation happened in light of the recent backlash over comments he made appearing to support pedophilia. An openly gay journalist known for criticizing the gay community, Islam, feminism and political correctness

Janet Yellen: The hawk of the Federal Reserve

In the history of chairs of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen is handily one of the most hawkish. Just like in the stock market, where bulls and bears thrive, doves and hawks flutter around in the Federal Reserve. The abundance of animal-related stereotypes in the financial world is indicative of the types of personalities that thrive there. Hawks and doves are

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

Mean Green softball sweeps day two of UNCW tournament

The Mean Green softball team earned their first sweep of the season, defeating the University of Maryland-Baltimore County and Appalachian State Saturday in their second day of the University of North Carolina-Wilmington tournament. With only seven hits in Saturday’s double header, North Texas (7-6) more than tripled their hit total on day two of the tournament. “I thought our kids

Women’s basketball struggles against press in loss to Southern Mississippi

The deciding run in Saturday’s game between North Texas and the University of Southern Mississippi came over a five-minute stretch in the second quarter. The Golden Eagles led 15-13 prior to the run and 31-15 after the scoring barrage. The Mean Green were not able to recover from the run as they fell to the Golden Eagles 70-48 on the road.

Nationally ranked Kononova leads tennis to back-to-back sweeps

The Mean Green tennis team entered the weekend having struggled in its previous two matches, but righted the ship with two impressive performances against New Mexico State University and the University of Nevada. 2/24/17 vs. New Mexico State North Texas got back on track  in dominant fashion against New Mexico State, sweeping the Aggies 7-0 Friday afternoon. “It’s time to