Posts From Kayleigh Bywater

Running on hope

Despite the biting cold, runners wearing fleece jackets and cheerful smiles gathered Saturday at South Lakes Park for the Adventures in Autism 5K. The event, hosted by the UNT Kristin

The Dose: ‘Unlocked’ goes deep into the world of gaming

Abby Jones | Staff Writer The Thin Line Festival’s second evening of documentary screenings included the final installment of “Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed” at 6 p.m. at the Campus

UNT Drag Show inspires audience and performers

Bianca Mujica | Staff Writer The audience stomped their feet in a makeshift drumroll while they waited for the results. After a few long minutes, the winner was declared. Crystal Wildfire

Dazzling in drag

Sarah Sarder | Staff Writer Cierra Edmondson | Contributing Writer UNT political science major Eric Duran, 21, runs frantically back and forth from the bathroom to his bedroom. Duran is searching for

STARPARTY makes a Daft Punk-inspired mark in Denton

Abby Jones | Staff Writer If you’ve ever found yourself in the midst of an impromptu dance party at any of Denton’s ubiquitous small music venues, it’s likely you were

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

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

Spring Benefit Art Gala to celebrate and bring awareness to students in recovery

Rachel Linch | Contributing Writer The UNT Collegiate Recovery Program is holding its second annual Spring Benefit Art Gala on April 14 and will feature recovering UNT students’ artwork on the

The Dose: Dallas Fan Expo 2017 was an enjoyable mess

From the moment you arrive at the Dallas Convention Center, there are lines – lines to get a parking spot, lines to get through doors and lines to get up