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How not to be rude with an iPhone

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

Opinion: The disconnect between critics and audiences

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

North Texas volleyball splits Friday doubleheader

By Courtney Anderson The Mean Green volleyball team began its regular season with the North Texas Challenge tournament on Friday. North Texas (1-1) received its first win followed by its first loss of the season after not being able to upset Ohio State University. Game One: North Texas 3, the University of Nevada 2 The women got off to an

Mean Green soccer keeps perfect record in tact with victory Friday

Looking to remain perfect through three games, the Mean Green soccer team took on Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi Friday night and came away with a 4-0 victory. The game opened with numerous chances both ways, however, they were not clean opportunities. Possession was hard to come by in the first 45 minutes as play frequently went from one

North Texas football confident and ready to begin Seth Littrell era

A revamp in personnel has meant a revamp in confidence. Despite a 1-11 record last season, the Mean Green football team appeared eager to get back on the field at media day on Monday and do something they didn’t do much of in 2015. “We’re about to win this year,” sophomore wide receiver Terian Goree said. “Our team has some