Arts & Life

A New Normal: Money, money, money

Kyle Martin and Julia Falcon Graduating high school and going to college is becoming an American tradition. It has become a new normal. But normalcy is changing for students and their

Denton NAACP Chapter low on active members, offices and funds

One look at the core members of the Denton chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People shows passion, inspiration and pride. A second look shows that

Finding Islam at the flea market

In a sea of knick knacks and truck nuts, Dr. Iftikhar Choudhry stands out from inside his booth. He smiles as his bespectacled eyes search for contact with patrons fogging

Denton Songwriters Guild provides a creative support group

The aroma of chile con queso, the crackling of a fire pit and the gentle strumming of guitars fill the half-occupied patio at Agua Dulce Mexican restaurant off the Square.

Not your average t-shirt company

Nice Dudes Servicing Craft is a Denton small business with an appropriate name and a fun approach to merchandise production. Owners Bryan Levings, Ellen Levings and Nickie Blair put their

The passion and pressure of being an engineer

Bianca Mujica | Staff Writer The twisting halls of Discovery Park go from quiet and studious to buzzing with activity in a matter of minutes. After everyone has scurried to their

Gallery curators talk political art and organizing on campus

Taylor Crisler | Staff Writer The latest talk in the “Conversations: Art, Politics and North Texas” series discussed subjects pertaining to present day political topics, science and art galleries on at 6

Tiny houses are making their way to Denton

The tiny house movement is prominent on HGTV, but soon, it could make its way into the Denton at full force. “It was really an idea that I had as

Harp professor balances music and martial arts

Jaymee Haefner is a walking paradox. Her days are split between the well-lit stage of the Murchison Performing Arts Center surrounded by harp students and the sweaty gyms of Red

Spider-Man wears black Nikes

Spider-Man, or more recently, Venom, wears black Nikes as he stands along the fountain that divides UNT’s Library Mall. A wave of high school students walking take out their phones as this iteration