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Tennis keeps season alive with tight win over Middle Tennessee in C-USA tournament

Cesar Valdes | Staff Writer As her opponent’s shot made its way into the waiting outstretched net, a sense of relief could be seen in sophomore Minying Liang’s face as her

Officer’s hardships spark desires to protect UNT

Omar Mir | Staff Writer The sky turned its deepest shade of pink as loud roars filled the brisk autumn air. The Mean Green were taking on Rice at Apogee Stadium, and the roar

Barbara Jordan Media Awards honors Texas journalists

Nicole Lyssy | Staff Writer The 2017 Barbara Jordan Media Awards luncheon was held on Thursday, April 13 at the University of North Texas’ Apogee Club. The awards ceremony is an annual

The Cleveland killer shouldn’t be the demise of streaming media

The Editorial Board This past weekend, the ethics of live streaming were called into question through ways that even “Black Mirror” failed to make us confront. On Sunday in Cleveland,

Softball back at .500 after loss to ACU

North Texas softball returned to action with its second game in as many days, and picked up its second loss of the week as well. The Mean Green (22-22) drop

Denton now has 8.5 miles of bike lanes, a goal of the city’s Master Plan

Two years after Julie Anderson was appointed to be the City of Denton’s new bicycle and pedestrian coordinator, or “Bike Czar,” Denton’s mobility plan and its continued progress is sparking

Bubbly & Co. blows expectations out of the water

Nina Quatrino | Staff Writer You get home from what felt like the longest day ever. You take your shoes off, pour yourself a glass of wine and drop your bath

A custodian’s life: Working behind the scenes, sometimes at a cost

Celeste Gracia & Jackie Guerrero | Staff Writers Custodians at UNT work behind the scenes to keep hallways, classrooms and common areas clean. Sometimes, though, the job takes a toll on

Untangled: normal people finding big solutions

Red circuitry floods the screen screaming “HELP! HELP! HELP!” Violations plea to be untangled in the garbled mess of power conduits. With the careful flick of the wrist, the player

Krum: The town that voted for Trump

By: Anna Orr, James Norman and Omar Mir Krum, Texas, nestled just northwest of Denton, is a small town of 5,000 residents, and according to 2016 election data, a lot