Posts From Rachel Herzer

Gender expectations are dead

    Gender expectations are dead

Ladies, has anyone else ever tried to write something, maybe an emotional ballad or, our favorite, a grocery list, but found the large, masculine pens too cumbersome to manipulate? I

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Why you should vote no to raising the student athletic fee

    Why you should vote no to raising the student athletic fee

Typically for elections, Americans are aware of the voting date (and what they are actually voting on) months in advance. When it comes to the resolution of the North Texas Athletics

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Just keep biking

    Just keep biking

Maybe it’s my anxiety, or maybe I’m scarred from that one time when I was little and my brother accidentally ran me over with his bike. Either way, it seems

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Bigots run amok on Twitter

    Bigots run amok on Twitter

Twitter has got it all: Vine threads, memes, news and even those cute little sound effects when you drag down to refresh the timeline. It’s even got “Moments,” collections of

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Sexual assault is the product of rape culture

    Sexual assault is the product of rape culture

In recent weeks, a collection of different high-profile public figures have been exposed for sexual assault and harassment. Among them

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Here’s to the young people

    Here’s to the young people

“Why aren’t millennials buying diamonds?” a notoriously tone-deaf tweet by The Economist pondered. “Millennials are killing the movie business,” read

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UNT’s Thanksgiving break isn’t very filling

    UNT’s Thanksgiving break isn’t very filling

Thanksgiving is cherished by many for the opportunity it gives us to spend time with family, eat well and give

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Pumpkin spice is less irritating than all the griping about it

    Pumpkin spice is less irritating than all the griping about it

It was a dark and stormy night in early September. Writhing around in my sleep, sweaty and mumbling something about

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Trump Jr. event barring press implies distrust

    Trump Jr. event barring press implies distrust

Donald Trump Jr.’s Oct. 24 lecture at AT&T Stadium will focus on freedom of speech, a subset of the First

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Media arts needs more classes or less students

    Media arts needs more classes or less students

The UNT media arts program is popular, to say the least. Chair of the department Eugene Martin says there are

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