Arts & Life

Netflix Rental: Goon

Preston Barta Staff Writer GOON, 92 min. Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars Rated R for brutal violence, non-stop language, some strong sexual content and drug use. Directed by Michael Dowse

Student veteran returns to US and becomes leader on campus

Caitlyn Jones Contributing Writer Stu Presley woke on the morning of Oct. 15, 2003, to numbness in his right leg. “I figured ‘OK, I got a little crazy last night,’”

Madera Wind Quintet releases new album

Emily Fryksater Intern Friends, students and colleagues are all sitting around a plasma screen, watching the Super Bowl, but just a few hours ago they were playing original melodies with

Natural Grocers opens on University

Trent Johnson Senior Staff Writer Denton welcomed Natural Grocers on Tuesday, a new grocery store that brings another option for healthy eating as well as an alternative to the local

Dentonites working to make city more LGBTQ tolerant

H. Drew Blackburn Senior Staff Writer Katherine Ralph and her group of friends – mostly lesbians – walk into a bar. They have a few drinks while some patrons send

Did You Know: UNT provides free legal advice to students

Anna Frosch Intern Bright pamphlets in an array of colors neatly line the stands in front of the Student Legal Services center. These papers represent a limited amount of the

Art professor debuts new collection

Michael Wood Intern The room is completely still and quiet, the white walls clean and sterile. It’s a cold and flavorless environment but a prevailing sense of warmth emanates from

Organization provides support for foster alumni

Whitney Rogers Intern UNT has a new student organization, PUSH, that helps former foster children through the college process from application to graduation. PUSH, which stands for Persevere Until Success

NSF grant allows professor to continue game research

Blessing Wokocha Intern This past summer, when a majority of teachers and students were taking a break from education and academics, one particular teacher was busy concocting a plan to

Collection exhibits worldly garments

Areli Chavez Intern The 6th Annual Joy Losee Collection: Art and Dress Along the Silk Road exhibit opened Thursday night, showcasing the local attire from across the Eastern Hemisphere. Losee