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    Denton yoga studio hosts classes with unconventional twists

Denton yoga studio hosts classes with unconventional twists

For a small yoga studio behind the Bearded Monk, it is Harry Potter night. “We’re going to do some cobra poses,” studio manager Liz King says. “Or should I say, Slytherins.” No — Hagrid is not doing the downward dog and Dobby is not striking the camel pose. The furthest

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    UNT spirit burns bright with homecoming bonfire, fireworks

UNT spirit burns bright with homecoming bonfire, fireworks

Bathed in a rich golden glow, students surrounded the shallow creek separating the crowd from the immense blaze just across the water, their mesmerized faces watching the towering flames gently lick away at the cold Friday night. “Everyone likes to see things burn,” media arts sophomore Brittney Cardoza said. “Setting things

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    Susar Farms founder faces disease, continues horseriding legacy

Susar Farms founder faces disease, continues horseriding legacy

At first glance, Susan Mayo appears frail.  She has a thin frame, wears a soft beanie and breathes from a nearby oxygen tank. But as soon as she speaks into the microphone, the field across from her echoes with strength and even a bit of dry humor. “In addition to

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    Denton Celtic Dancers bond over Scottish culture

Denton Celtic Dancers bond over Scottish culture

Scotland is known for its mountains, the Loch Ness monster and the fact that its national animal is the unicorn. Aside from its quirks and natural wonders, the Scottish people also highly value their country dances. In fact, love for these dances has spread all over the world and can

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    President’s EDGE program helps staff learn new skills, languages

President’s EDGE program helps staff learn new skills, languages

Learning is for everyone — not just the everyday UNT student. A program at UNT is echoing that sentiment by giving staff a chance to pursue their own academic success. The President’s Employee Directed General Education (EDGE) program helps UNT staff and faculty achieve their academic and personal goals. The

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    New UNT jazz professor brings worldwide experience to the classroom

New UNT jazz professor brings worldwide experience to the classroom

Between international guitar competitions, tours in South America and a Japanese record label, Davy Mooney has had quite the worldly experience in music. However, his career shifted from performing to teaching when he accepted an offer to teach jazz guitar at UNT. Mooney’s interest in music began at 3 years

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    Beyond the coffee: West Oak kitchen provides quality cuisine in pleasant atmosphere

Beyond the coffee: West Oak kitchen provides quality cuisine in pleasant atmosphere

Maggie Montler’s day begins at 6 a.m. At the crack of dawn, the assistant kitchen manager of West Oak Coffee Bar counts inventory and calculates how many pies, quiches, cinnamon rolls and pieces of toast will sell for that day. “It’s funny — sometimes people will order pie at 8

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    Iranian Student Association honors late mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani

Iranian Student Association honors late mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani

The beat of a Persian goblet drum — a tombak — echoes through the Union as a student sings in her native tongue. The setar, an ancient lute instrument, strings along as they all harmonize together. “Oh dear Maryam/for Maryam’s sake, open your eyes, call me/let’s set off, leave the

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    Parker House lures in thrill-seeking visitors for haunting Halloween fun

Parker House lures in thrill-seeking visitors for haunting Halloween fun

Down a long gravel road and hidden among a patch of trees looms a tall house with a dark past. Haunted by its history of murder, torture and black market activity, former residents and victims of the Parker House still roam the property today waiting for people to visit the

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    Cirque du Horror runs successfully spooky ninth annual performance

Cirque du Horror runs successfully spooky ninth annual performance

A mysterious man with his face painted red comes out to the stage, reciting frightening lines. The genius and mastermind with sharp horns sent shivers down spines as the show began to start. David J. Pierce introduced himself as the composer and director of the Cirque du Horror show at

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