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Project Fry Street

Project Fry Street In this series: The Zebra’s Head: Texas’ original headshop Written by -Staff Reports By David Urbanik Nestled among the bars, restaurants and the blocks of apartments that
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The Dose: Purity Ring, Run the Jewels headline Fortress Festival

    The Dose: Purity Ring, Run the Jewels headline Fortress Festival

Taylor Crisler | Staff Writer “I think a big music festival can be a part of a community’s identity,” said Alec Jhangiani, founder of the inaugural Fortress Festival in Fort Worth.

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Texas’ attempt to reform foster care system: privatization

    Texas’ attempt to reform foster care system: privatization

By Hannah Lauritzen and James Norman After a federal judge ruled in 2015 lawsuit that the Texas foster care system violated children’s rights, the state of Texas’ 85th legislative session

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Hiring freeze leaves 55 jobs open at UNT

    Hiring freeze leaves 55 jobs open at UNT

Robert Warren and James Norman | Staff Writers A state-sanctioned hiring freeze implemented by Governor Greg Abbott has affected 55 vacant positions at UNT since the law went into effect

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Not caring for politics is a sign of privilege

    Not caring for politics is a sign of privilege

Whether you’re a Republican, a Democrat or somewhere in between, politics rule the world around us. From healthcare to taxes,

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Freshman Kristyn Archuleta shattering records with North Texas track

    Freshman Kristyn Archuleta shattering records with North Texas track

As she starts to warm up, the nerves kick in. Moments before her name is called, she starts stress eating

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The Dose: Thin Line Festival spotlights local bands at Backyard on Bell

    The Dose: Thin Line Festival spotlights local bands at Backyard on Bell

Taylor Crisler | Staff Writer Hen & the Cocks and In Spite of Madness took the stage during the 10th annual

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The Dose: How ‘The Fate of the Furious’ lost its outlaw soul

    The Dose: How ‘The Fate of the Furious’ lost its outlaw soul

Taylor Crisler | Staff Writer “If you dominate the people with violence, they will eventually fight back because they have nothing

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

    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

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

    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

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