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Historical document displayed to educate about slavery

Alex Byrd Intern @AlexByrdNTDaily In celebration of the 87th annual Black History Month, UNT’s Multicultural Center will host its fifth culturally informative event from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday in the Union Courtyard. The day after Valentine’s Day, students can see the care Abraham Lincoln showed through his signed

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    Haunted house gives romance a gory twist

Haunted house gives romance a gory twist

Will Jaeger Intern @WillNTDaily Richard Alvarado likes to scare people, and he doesn’t strictly limit that desire to Halloween. Moxley Manor, Alvarado’s haunted house, is open for business tonight and throughout the weekend to give customers a scary alternative for their Valentine’s Day plans. Moxley Manor opened three years ago in a

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Rapid Review: “Beautiful Creatures”, “Die Hard 5” and “Safe Haven”

Preston Barta Staff Writer @Barta_NTDaily This Valentine’s Day weekend features two movies for audiences to take their significant others to, with Nicholas Sparks’ latest film “Safe Haven” and a supernatural love story titled “Beautiful Creatures.” To all the single gentlemen who haven’t put a ring on it yet, don’t fret.

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Dentonite serves up three-course bar meals

H. Drew Blackburn Senior Staff Writer @hdrewblackburn  Worn books are arranged in shelves along the walls as Miles Davis and David Bowie play from the speakers. The bartenders muddle and strain drinks like practitioners of the craft as guests lounge in leather couches or vintage wooden chairs under dim lights.

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    It’s elementary, my dear fan club

It’s elementary, my dear fan club

Will Jaeger Intern @WillNTDaily Sherlock Holmes and his friend Dr. Watson have enjoyed widespread fame and fandom since the publication of their first adventure, “A Study in Scarlet,” in 1887. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s duo has taken many forms across a wide range of media over the last century. Each

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Workshop teaches students to budget for spring break

Morgan Gentry Staff Writer Spring break is a time when college students are done with midterms and ready to have fun. UNT’s Student Money Management Center is providing a free workshop concentrated on managing and budgeting student’s finances for the break in March. For the third spring semester in a

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Group offers alternative to religious majority

Trent Johnson / Senior Staff Writer Under the list of registered UNT student organizations, 28 out of 29 groups listed under the “Religious/Spiritual” category have ties to Christianity, Islam or Judaism. The one that doesn’t is called Atheist Agnostics And others, or A-Cubed. This organization focuses on conversations geared toward secular

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    Student’s film about undocumented workers screens at festival

Student’s film about undocumented workers screens at festival

Ben Peyton Senior Staff Writer The Thin Line Film Festival featured the short documentary film “Undocumented Dreams,” directed by UNT radio, television and film master’s student Sara Masetti. The film was also featured at a number of film festivals around the country and is playing at New Filmmakers New York

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Alum airs documentary on PBS after making film for class

Michael Wood Intern @mwoodNTDaily In a film about creationism in Texas schools, alongside other prominent figures in American education history, UNT alum Scott Thurman questions the way “separation of church and state” is upheld in public schools. Thurman’s documentar, “The Revisionaries,” won the special jury award at the Tribeca Film

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    Craft show attracts national guests

Craft show attracts national guests

H. Drew Blackburn Senior Staff Writer @hdrewblackburn The 26th annual Materials: Hard & Soft exhibition went underway Saturday at the Meadows Gallery in the Greater Denton Arts Council building located at 400 E Hickory St. The exhibition focuses on artwork made of both hard and soft materials, such as wood,

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