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    First-year students should avoid online classes

First-year students should avoid online classes

I did not know what to expect when I signed up for two online classes entering my freshman year of college. While I had never had a class where all the lectures, assignments and projects were entirely done online with minimal instructor interaction, I was open to try a new

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    UNT handled suicide prevention week the right way

UNT handled suicide prevention week the right way

Did you know what this week was? It was National Suicide Prevention Week, with National Suicide Prevention Day being observed on Sept. 10. The UNT Office of Health and Wellness Services held a week-long event with each day addressing a different aspect of suicide prevention. On Monday, UNT helped raise

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    Denton’s music scene will always thrive

Denton’s music scene will always thrive

Navigating through Facebook’s “events near me,” it’s easy to see Denton has no shortage in music events. Whether it be a house show, a local bar, LSA’s rooftop or right on the square, the literal sound of music is always filling the town. Those who moved here to attend UNT’s

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    UNT students must get out of the bubble of campus

UNT students must get out of the bubble of campus

It is no secret that UNT has many resources for students to be well taken care of and thrive for the years they spend on campus. Even in the face of adversity, we know that there is a community behind us in faculty, staff and other students. Although it is

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    Change the system by voting in midterm elections

Change the system by voting in midterm elections

Among the sea of information on the internet, somewhere between the memes and 24-hour news cycle, is a stream of angry tweets seemingly always directed at President Donald Trump. Although internet activism does decent work in its own right, it is almost always more useful to get out from behind

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    Texas thoughtfully outlawed texting and driving, but will find it hard to enforce

Texas thoughtfully outlawed texting and driving, but will find it hard to enforce

We have all been guilty of texting while driving – admit it You have used your phone while driving in the city of Denton. You have broken that city law before. But now, the entire state of Texas is jumping on the train. As of Sept. 1, Gov. Greg Abbott

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    Colin Kaepernick is doing what people wanted and we are not talking about it

Colin Kaepernick is doing what people wanted and we are not talking about it

Colin Kaepernick has been living up to his promise to pledge $1 million to organizations fighting for oppressed communities. A lot of people told him to put his money where his mouth is if he wanted to take a knee, and he has. Where is this being discussed? Kaepernick has

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    The Dose: The Obi-Wan Kenobi standalone movie is the film Star Wars fans deserve

The Dose: The Obi-Wan Kenobi standalone movie is the film Star Wars fans deserve

After years of waiting and speculation, Star Wars fans can finally breathe a sigh of relief because the iconic Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi will finally be getting his own standalone film. After the standalone Han Solo movie is released in May of 2018, Kenobi will be the next Star Wars

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    Texans set an example for all Americans in wake of Hurricane Harvey

Texans set an example for all Americans in wake of Hurricane Harvey

In 1836 the Texas Revolution was in its most crucial stages. The rebels were preparing to make their final stands in the now famous battles of the Alamo and San Jacinto. A Tennessee man was running for Congress. His name was Davy Crockett, and he promised his people that if

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    Tearing down Denton’s Confederate monument does not erase history

Tearing down Denton’s Confederate monument does not erase history

On Aug. 26, confederate sympathizers descended on the Denton square protesting in favor of the statue of a confederate soldier in front of the courthouse. According to the Denton Record-Chronicle, the group called Hiwaymen go wherever they feel they need to show support and keep Confederate monuments intact to preserve

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