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    Art professor debuts new collection

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 the bright colors, the twisting imagery and the lush and lavish textures of 26 paintings. This is one of many

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    Organization provides support for foster alumni

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 Happens, meets at 1p.m. every second and fourth Thursday of the month in Chilton Hall. “Foster alumni lack much of

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    NSF grant allows professor to continue game research

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 revolutionize the world for the future. Gayatri Mehta, an electrical engineering assistant professor, and her team of UNT students received

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    Collection exhibits worldly garments

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 collected the featured pieces as she traveled across the world with her job at Pan American Airways. The collection displays

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    Metal band Urizen takes national stage

Metal band Urizen takes national stage

Trent Johnson Senior Staff Writer When the band Urizen takes the stage, they don much more than their respective instruments. The Texas metal band brushes off norms of regular clothing and instead chooses to perform in costumes they describe as “space-warrior like.” Complete with helmets, goggles, variations of pads and

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    DIY: Ribbon Bow Sweaters

DIY: Ribbon Bow Sweaters

Blessing Wokocha Intern Whether they’re stylish or tacky, sweaters are in season. Instead of spending gobs of cash on a brand new one, transform a sweater in the closet or a cheap one from Goodwill using ribbon, needle and thread. Materials Plain sweater A 2-3 foot ribbon (The store ReUse

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Black Box theatre presents Last Summer at Bluefish Cove

Will Jaeger Intern Traditional gender roles, sexuality, and women’s rights in 1960s America play out in “Last Summer at Bluefish Cove.” Written by Jane Chambers and directed by Sharon Veselic, Denton Community Theatre’s Black Box Theatre will present “Last Summer at Bluefish Cove” on Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. This

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Celebrity Q&A: LUV

Preston Barta Staff Writer Rapper-turned-actor Lonnie Rashid Lynn Jr., better known by his stage name Common, first made his way into the music world in 1992 with his debut album “Can I Borrow a Dollar?” Winning several Grammys along the way, Common later became a successful actor, starring in many

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Album Review: Long.Live.A$AP.

H. Drew Blackburn Senior Staff Writer A$AP Rocky is all about braggadocio and high-end fashion. Throughout his major label debut album, both are in abundance. However, the thing that made the Harlem-based rapper insanely popular is sparse on “LongLiveASAP.” The syrupy, chopped and screwed sound pioneered by Texas rap legends

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    Foodsnobs: The Bowllery

Foodsnobs: The Bowllery

Courtney Garza Intern The Bowllery has a clean, positive and laid-back atmosphere and is a new addition to the UNT campus restaurant scene located in the former Katz Burger’s building. Menu items are made fresh and packed with plenty of vegetables. The restaurant caters primarily to vegans and vegetarians but

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