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    DIY: Milk jug Tupperware

DIY: Milk jug Tupperware

Morgan Gentry Staff Writer Use an empty milk jug and turn it into Tupperware for leftovers. Materials Clean, empty plastic milk or juice jug Permanent marker Adhesive Velcro dot (3M brand in the example) Scissors or sharp knife Instructions Use the marker to draw along the smooth part of the

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    College cooking: Girl Scout’s Samoas get a vegan twist

College cooking: Girl Scout’s Samoas get a vegan twist

Courtney Garza Intern Girl Scout cookies are legendary for their catchy names and flavors, but also for their unhealthy nutrition labels. Dallas-based vegan dessert blogger at Chocolatecoveredkatie.com compares the original Samoas recipe with her vegan version of the cookies. The main difference is she doesn’t use sugar. Here is that

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    Decades old pizza shop maintains success

Decades old pizza shop maintains success

H. Drew Blackburn Senior Staff Writer Roman’s Pizza has been here for more than two decades, since UNT alumus Bruce Anvari opened the family-owned restaurant in November 1991. He started off making $4.38 per hour the first day of business. He and his family all graduated from UNT and never

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    “Warm Bodies” Review: A clever and original romantic zomedy

“Warm Bodies” Review: A clever and original romantic zomedy

Preston Barta Staff Writer Warm Bodies, 97 min. Rated PG-13 for zombie violence and some language. Written for the screen and directed by Jonathan Levine Starring: Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer and John Malkovich Rating: 4 out of 5 stars “Warm Bodies” is the latest romantic-comedy to hit theaters. Don’t let the trailers

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Netflix Rental: Bronson

Preston Barta Staff Writer Bronson, 92 min. Rated R for violent and disturbing content, graphic nudity, sexuality and language. Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn Written by Brock Norman Brock and Nicolas Winding Refn Starring: Tom Hardy, Kelly Adams, Matt King and Jonny Phillips Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Synopsis In 1974,

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Equity and Diversity Conference returns

Morgan Gentry Staff Writer For 13 years, UNT’s Division of Institutional Equity and Diversity program has hosted the Equity and Diversity Conference, which will take place Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Union. It’s a one-day conference that features three keynote speakers and five concurrent workshops as

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Students intern to make coupon books

Courtney Garza Intern The people handing out  free coupon books all around UNT’s campus are not just advertisers but trained interns with Campus Special, a company devoted to saving students money and teaching them how to market local businesses. Campus Special was founded by Chau Nguyen in California in 2005.

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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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