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    Denton graffiti is transforming into modern art

Denton graffiti is transforming into modern art

Aside from the range coffee shops, thrift stores and craft beers, Denton wouldn’t be Denton without the numerous graffiti-covered-walls and large-scale murals lining the buildings throughout the city. While some might argue against graffiti, it is much more than just spray paint and blank walls for local artists. “I think

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    Rock climbing builds confidence, muscles and friendships

Rock climbing builds confidence, muscles and friendships

Climbers scale the steep walls, their fingers gripping the multicolored rocks as chalk powder floats in the air. Between the hustle and bustle of weekday traffic and busy streets, climbers inside Summit Climbing Gym expel their stress and socialize with friends. Rock climbing has become quite the trend in recent decades,

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    Denton business showcases local artists’ crafts, cards and collectibles

Denton business showcases local artists’ crafts, cards and collectibles

When buying decorations from retail shops, most might not know the faces behind the art. However, at the DIME store gift shop, each trinket comes from local hands and friendly faces. Located on S. Locust Street right off the Square, the Denton Independent Maker Exchange, or DIME, store is home

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    Swing dancing the night away

Swing dancing the night away

Michael Vu | Staff Writer “Rock step, triple, triple, and rock step!” Those are the words flowing through every dancer’s head in the beginner’s swing dancing class, as experts and newbies alike sidestep and spin their way around the dance floor. At the Denton Swing Dance Organization, for just $7,

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    Random roommate selections prove to be problems for many students

Random roommate selections prove to be problems for many students

Nina Quartrino | Staff Writer The trash can in the kitchen is filled to the brim, while empty pizza boxes, dirty underwear and a damp pile clothes from the washer are sprawled along the living room floor. The room smells of something ripe and dishes overflow in the sink. While it

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    Start of orientation brings in excited freshman class of 2021

Start of orientation brings in excited freshman class of 2021

Incoming freshman orientation is a tradition that universities across the nation participate in. UNT’s three-day orientation experience is a huge part of a student’s college career and is hosted to get students acquainted with the campus, majors, other students and t0 get them excited about their upcoming freshman year. What

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    Local comedians shake up Denton

Local comedians shake up Denton

In a city known for its art and music, a group of locals use their voice in a whole new way through comedy. Tony Casillas, 22, is one of the many comedians roaming Denton, looking for new opportunities to make people smile. “It’s a cool life,” Casillas said, laughing. “As

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    Rayzor Ranch has become a routine destination for Denton

Rayzor Ranch has become a routine destination for Denton

Nina Quatrino | Staff Writer In the original master plan for Rayzor Ranch, RED Developers stated that the project would be finished nearing the end of the year 2018. Now, with new dining additions, like In-N-Out Burger and Firehouse Subs, and amenities, like Luxe Nail Spa, Rayzor Ranch is progressing,

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    Traditional Asian cuisines meet modern twists

Traditional Asian cuisines meet modern twists

Michael Vu | Staff Writer Asian food can be quite the staple on the dinner table no matter the time of year. Something about the exotic yet familiar tangy and spicy taste of a plate of General Tso’s Chicken or a regular bowl of fried rice can be found in the

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    From mat to meaning

From mat to meaning

Kayla Henson | Staff Writer On a foggy Monday morning in Denton, most residents are bustling around town to get to work or summer classes. Yet, a distinct group of people slow down their morning and stretch with the sunrise. At Inspire Yoga, members are encouraged to leave their shoes

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