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    Day in the life…of a Denton pedicab driver

Day in the life…of a Denton pedicab driver

Nadia Hill/Senior Staff Writer Michael Tarleton and Ryan Sabine work the streets, soliciting their services to meandering pedestrians who can’t decide whether to walk, drive or take a cab. The two students bicycle from one end of the city to the other, chauffeuring passengers in an open-air carriage. Tarleton, a

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Members of Denton guild bring quilting to Tanzania

Aria Bell/Contributing Writer When Hope Edwards, a member of the Denton Quilt Guild (DQG), was invited by her sister to take a trip to Africa this past summer, she didn’t know the impact it would have on her. Established in October 1982, the DQG is a nonprofit educational and charitable

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    Denton holiday festival to light up locals’ night

Denton holiday festival to light up locals’ night

Kelsey Chippeaux/Intern The 24th annual Denton Holiday Lighting Festival will take place at 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. this Friday at Denton’s Historic Courthouse on the Square. “People can expect to kick off the holiday season with an amazing hometown holiday celebration with a little something for everyone,” said Kelley Pound, vice-chair of

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    Denton Community Theatre brings classic film to stage

Denton Community Theatre brings classic film to stage

Melissa Wylie/Staff Writer George Bailey said the world would be better off without him. George Bailey was wrong. Denton Community Theatre is bringing the iconic holiday classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” to the stage. The play chronicles the life of George Bailey, an affluent but depressed community man. As he

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Femme Fest to benefit Friends of the Family

Alex Byrd/Intern Self-proclaimed feminists Darci McFarland and Daisy Salinas are the two women behind the class assignment-turned-benefit-concert known as the Denton Femme Fest. The event will take place at 9 p.m. this Thursday at Hailey’s. Salinas organized two previous Tennessee-based concerts entitled Ladypalooza and Femme Fest, but hopes the third

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    UNT department moves from film to digital cinema

UNT department moves from film to digital cinema

Shaylynn Lynch/Intern Previously recognized yearly by Kodak as one of the highest shooting film schools in the country, UNT is about to make a shift away from the increasingly dated medium of film. Beginning this spring, UNT’s film department will be working solely in digital cinema. The department made this

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    UNT hosts annual Faculty and Staff Exhibition

UNT hosts annual Faculty and Staff Exhibition

Morgan Gentry/Intern For more than 40 years, the College of Visual Arts and Design has hosted its annual Faculty and Staff Exhibition. This year’s exhibition will run through Dec. 15 at the UNT Art Gallery and gives art students and the public the opportunity to see what their professors are

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    Campus Events

Campus Events

Tuesday, July 2, 2013  Workshop Stats 101 – 3:30 pm @Sage Hall 315 Wednesday, July 3, 2013  Summer 2013 5w2 New International Student Orientation (July 3- July 5) – 9:00 am @Sycamore Hall, Room 286 Thursday, July 4, 2013  Independence day – University Closed (All Day) Denton Kiwanis Club Fireworks

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    UNT station recognized at Lone Star EMMY Awards

UNT station recognized at Lone Star EMMY Awards

Trent Johnson/Staff Writer North Texas Television recently took home five awards at the 10th annual Lone Star EMMY Awards. The Lone Star EMMYs, which recognize excellence in television, are presented by the Lone Star Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The UNT TV station was recognized

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    Student’s hat company featured in GQ

Student’s hat company featured in GQ

H. Drew Blackburn/Staff Writer Whether it’s a myriad of trend-happy clientele or GQ magazine – if you build it, they will come. Moreover, what you build just may turn into a company that makes six figures. Political science sophomore Christian Hohmann and Southern Methodist University student Justin Ledford started SNAPSTEEZ,

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