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Tennis struggles again in close match, falls to Wichita State

It’s almost becoming a norm for the North Texas tennis team. In six one-point matches of the season, the Mean Green have managed to pull out just one victory. That

Softball completes series sweep over UTEP with dominant game three win

Last season the Mean Green were swept in their first conference series. But this weekend, they were the ones doing the sweeping. North Texas (14-9, 3-0) knocked off the University

Softball sweeps UTEP to open C-USA play

It took five games last season for North Texas to pick up its first Conference USA win last season. This season though, the Mean Green started C-USA play undefeated at

Women’s basketball bows out of C-USA tournament after loss to Western Kentucky

After winning a marathon in round one against the University of Alabama at Birmingham, North Texas women’s basketball was tasked with playing 24 hours later against No. 1 seed Western

A New Normal 3: Values changing in higher education

Ross Rhodes, a hospitality management senior, speaks to a possible client at the College of Business career fair on Feb. 15, representing the Bent Tree Country Club. Rhodes attends 15 hours of classes a week at UNT while working 40-50 hours working in hospitality as a food and beverage manager at the country club in Dallas. He’ll be graduating with just around $10,000 in loans, a minimal amount of debt compared to the national class of 2016 average of $37,172 per student, according to statistics

What to consider for senior year

I’m just going to say it, I’m coming down with a hard case of senioritis. Is it just me or are the last two semesters in college the hardest times

Zero waste: a minimalist lifestyle

Featured Image: Featured Image: Jackson Dean and Natasha Driedger have committed to a “zero waste” lifestyle, where they do their best to create as little trash as possible in their day-to-day

The Dose: Future breaks music records this month

Xavier Spurlock | Contributing Writer Around the third quarter of last year, barbershops and lunch tables all began to count Future’s new “Hndrxx” album out. “He can’t top his 2014-15

International Women’s Day march demonstrations call for “an end to gender violence”

Student activists from UNT partnered with students from Texas Woman’s University to commemorate International Women’s Day on Wednesday by organizing a march to the Square. Denton’s International Women’s Strike started

President Trump’s wall is actually racist

P.J. Martinez | Contributing Writer P.J. Martinez is a philosophy student at UNT. The following article is his response to the column, “What President Trump’s wall actually means.” Ms. Reed concedes