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Give the people what they want, Let Them Eat Local

Charlyn and Joshua Woolley want you to think of 100-degrees under an August sun in Texas when you have locally-raised beef for dinner. In the fresh fruits and vegetables you

Roundtable: wrapping up the men’s and women’s basketball seasons

Editor’s note: With the 2016 regular season complete for the Mean Green, the North Texas Daily sports staff has reviewed and analyzed the performance of both the men’s and women’s

North Texas activist leaders share their ideals and opinions at UNT panel

With women’s activism becoming increasingly a part of the opposition protest against the current Trump administration, many women are asking what other steps they can take outside of protesting to

College of Education professionals receive $250,000 for autism research

College of Education professionals received $250,000 for statewide autism research services that includes money for in-home training for parents of kids with autism spectrum disorder. The grant plans to help

Weezer brings the heat at SXSW

The chants began early in the evening, hours before Weezer would grace the stage. That didn’t stop the crowd from a little premature celebration, however. When you think of SXSW,

Cost of Denton’s new gas plant raises concerns about transparency

Worries over the cost of Denton’s new $227 million gas plant have come up in recent weeks, with concerns that the total cost may balloon to over $1 billion after

New Politics steals the show at SXSW

If there was a single band I’d want to see live until I die, it would be New Politics. The band has a tough slot opening for Weezer on tour

A local conspiracy “realist”

Local Denton resident’s controversial message sparks conversation Less than half a mile away from campus at the corner of Panhandle and Malone sits the easily eye-grabbing home of Patrick Burke.

UNT announces alumna as new Provost

A new provost and vice president of academic affairs has been named following the retirement of former UNT provost, Finley Graves. The UNT alumna Jennifer Evans-Cowley will start the position

The Dose: ‘The Disaster Artist’ pays respects to a cult classic

Sitting down in Austin’s Paramount Theatre for its premiere of “The Disaster Artist,” it was clear from Seth Rogen and the Franco brothers’ intro that they wanted to document “The