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    “Fem Flicks” debates gender roles

“Fem Flicks” debates gender roles

T.S Johnson Senior Staff Writer Cramped in a small movie theater, about 25 people watched “The Purity Myth,” a film that analyzes the way society perceives women. The film was the first of this semester’s “Fem Flicks,” a UNT Libraries sponsored series of movies hosted by the women’s studies program

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    New York Times best-selling author speaks at UNT

New York Times best-selling author speaks at UNT

H. Drew Blackburn Senior Staff Writer Alisa Valdes, a Pulitzer Prize nominee and New York Times best-seller, spoke to a small informal group of students, faculty and fans about her life and career as a writer Tuesday night in the Business Leadership Building. She came to support her memoir, “The

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    Surplus warehouse sells items found on campus

Surplus warehouse sells items found on campus

H. Drew Blackburn Senior Staff Writer Tucked away in an area three miles away from campus on 925 Precision Drive, the UNT surplus warehouse offers cheap finds. Inventory supervisor Dennis Standifer said that the warehouse has been conducting public sales for seven years. The warehouse is open on Tuesdays and

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Renowned speaker hosts Q&A with students

Anna Frosch Intern More than 200 students awaited Kiki Smith’s arrival Tuesday night, gathered around a makeshift stage in UNT’s Lightwell Gallery. Smith is a featured artist in the annual Nasher Lecture Series, which honors the legacy of the late Raymond and Patsy Nasher. This is the series’ 13th year.

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    Main Squeeze: Transfer Student Hugs Strangers

Main Squeeze: Transfer Student Hugs Strangers

Will Jaeger Intern Scott Longhofer is an introvert’s worst nightmare. Every Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon, Longhofer, public affairs and community service junior, has vowed to stand outside of the Union near the eagle statue, with a handwritten sign offering free hugs to passers-by on their way to and

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    Weekly Brunch: Tearoom’s charming 19 years in business

Weekly Brunch: Tearoom’s charming 19 years in business

Courtney Garza Intern Chestnut Tea House and Bistro creates a quaint and inviting atmosphere for guests looking to brunch. It has everything an ideal teahouse should have, from a vast array of hot or cold teas to homemade, fresh desserts. This bistro is a must for any hungry patron looking

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    Advanced film class uses state-of-the-art camera for annual project

Advanced film class uses state-of-the-art camera for annual project

T.S Johnson Senior Staff Writer Radio, television and film students work on an abundance of projects, whether they’re recording podcasts, working at NTTV or editing their own content. For advanced film students, nearly all of these aspects coalesce, as eight student teams will produce their own 10-minute films. Every student

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    UNT student creates film about perspectives on art

UNT student creates film about perspectives on art

Michael Wood Intern The word “art” conjures various images in different minds. Someone might see the hallowed halls of a museum or abstract sketches on the walls of a trendy coffee shop. UNT student Trevor Lopez is working to broaden what people imagine, and will accept, as art. Lopez is

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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 Written by Jay Baruchel and Evan Goldberg Starring: Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel, Alison Pill, Marc-André Grondin, Liev Schreiber and

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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,’” Presley said. “I thought as the day went on the feeling would go away.” Instead, the numbness increased. Two days

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