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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

Panel event attempts to lessen concerns of journalism’s future

Kaitlin Pennell | Contributing Writer In the hopes to combat some of the growing negative attitudes that Americans hold toward the media, UNT hosted a panel event entitled “First Amendment:

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

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

The Dose: Predicting the 89th Academy Awards

The Academy Awards, the legendary ceremony for honoring the best films of the prior year, will have its 89th show this Sunday on ABC. Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, “La La

Not your average t-shirt company

Nice Dudes Servicing Craft is a Denton small business with an appropriate name and a fun approach to merchandise production. Owners Bryan Levings, Ellen Levings and Nickie Blair put their

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

UNT food pantry helps relieve food insecurity among students

Often students are too stressed to find time for anything, even eating. According to a Twitter poll of 237 students at UNT, 75 percent said they have gone without eating

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

Gerard Hudspeth, son of Willie Hudspeth, vies for city council District 1 seat

With four open seats in the Denton city council and a May 6 election day, many are rushing to apply. But in January, Gerard Hudspeth announced he’d run for District