Our Tier One university needs a lot more renovations

The Editorial Board On Feb. 2, UNT announced its celebratory ranking among 115 top-tier research universities in the U.S. – an echelon bestowed from the Carnegie Classification of Higher Education

Marine Le Pen: The future of the European Union

The parallels between Marine Le Pen, the leader of the conservative National Front, and President Donald Trump are alarmingly close. It seems like France saw what was happening in America,

Avoiding cultural appropriation is for the best

Since its 1999 start, Coachella has been a cultural phenomenon, setting trends in music and fashion alike. We all know when that time of the year hits, and our social media

The Marine Facebook scandal set women’s rights back

Victoria Almond | Staff Writer Breakups can be nasty, but few expect their explicit photos to end up on Facebook for others to see. The Marine Corps has recently been

Why college students should study abroad

Studying abroad is an opportunity that many students believe they don’t have access to, whether it be because of funding, course work, graduation or a multitude of other reasons. Upon

How internet activism ousted Bill O’Reilly

Fox News’s star player, Bill O’Reilly, was forced out of their organization last Wednesday. The pressure for this move began earlier this month after the New York Times reported that

The Cleveland killer shouldn’t be the demise of streaming media

The Editorial Board This past weekend, the ethics of live streaming were called into question through ways that even “Black Mirror” failed to make us confront. On Sunday in Cleveland,

The flawed approach to modern network coverage

Gabriela Macias | Staff Writer A lot has been said about the role mass media played in the 2016 election, especially when considering major cable news networks. One of these

The buck has to stop in college sports

Nate Jackson | Staff Writer We have an opportunity in America that may be foreign to several other countries. It’s an economic and political system called capitalism. It enables its

Gun violence awareness among college campuses

Bethany Wallace | Staff Writer The school shooting at North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino, California has left people, once again, questioning how our school districts and government will