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Paws with a purpose

Tori Almond | Staff Writer Before receiving her emotional support animal Lubbock, Taylor Laseter had just one goal at the end of each day: to make it. Before the five month

Gallery curators talk political art and organizing on campus

Taylor Crisler | Staff Writer The latest talk in the “Conversations: Art, Politics and North Texas” series discussed subjects pertaining to present day political topics, science and art galleries on at 6

Senior captain Alexis Thoma looking to bounce back after a sluggish start

Without hesitation, senior Alexis Thoma swatted away any reason to believe she would face another slump to start the year. Last dual season, the captain from Frisco, Texas wasn’t able

Russia and President Trump versus the world

The Editorial Board Next Monday, it will be a month since Donald Trump became our president. This week, he’s had to fight for his credibility more than ever before, gradually compromising

Tiny houses are making their way to Denton

The tiny house movement is prominent on HGTV, but soon, it could make its way into the Denton at full force. “It was really an idea that I had as

Harp professor balances music and martial arts

Jaymee Haefner is a walking paradox. Her days are split between the well-lit stage of the Murchison Performing Arts Center surrounded by harp students and the sweaty gyms of Red

UNT Alumni took home seven Grammy Awards Sunday night

Alumni from the UNT College of Music won in three categories at the 59th Grammy Awards Sunday night, chief among them is Snarky Puppy who now have three Grammys. Country

Spider-Man wears black Nikes

Spider-Man, or more recently, Venom, wears black Nikes as he stands along the fountain that divides UNT’s Library Mall. A wave of high school students walking take out their phones as this iteration

WinCo opens distribution center in Denton, largest developmental project to date

Haley Yates | Staff Writer Employee-owned supermarket company WinCo foods has opened its sixth distribution center in Denton, the largest commercial development project in Denton to date. Located at 300

Making a splash: Claudia Kitching breaking molds and records with Mean Green swimming

Claudia Kitching doesn’t fit the mold of the average swimmer. “She’s small,” senior captain Abbie Imes said.  “But [she] has the strongest legs I’ve ever seen in my life.” Instead