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    In the fight for tolerance, we are becoming more intolerant

In the fight for tolerance, we are becoming more intolerant

Garron Weeks | Staff Writer The fight for tolerance and equality is a tough battle to participate in as the wounds of racism are constantly healing. People are still judged based on their ideas and what they look like, rather than their character. A short 60 years ago, the United

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    The troubles with student advising

The troubles with student advising

Advisers are supposed to be there for students whenever they have questions about courses, major specifics and so on. Every time I leave an advising appointment, for years now, I’ve had to teach myself and figure out what to do next. I’m often leaving with more questions than before. Priding

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    California’s travel ban now includes Texas, and it isn’t because of LGBTQ rights

California’s travel ban now includes Texas, and it isn’t because of LGBTQ rights

By The Editorial Board “Don’t mess with Texas” is our slogan for a reason.  On June 22, California announced its ban of “state-funded and state-sponsored travel” of eight states including Texas. According to California Attorney General Xavier Becerra – who took the originally four-state ban and added Alabama, Kentucky, South

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    What companies have done to mock activism

What companies have done to mock activism

Amanda Lee | Staff Writer When purchasing a certain luxury handbag or shop at a certain retail store, we no longer focus just on the sales or location. More than ever, we now consider the political views of companies before we give them our money. People view companies as agents

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    How Amazon can revolutionize the American business model, again

How Amazon can revolutionize the American business model, again

In this age of small businesses versus big corporations, the businesses you give your money to can reflect your views on pretty much anything. Are you boycotting Hobby Lobby or Starbucks? Do you prefer to shop at your local farmer’s market instead of Kroger? There’s a constant tug of war

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    Breaking: Feminists can listen to rap

Breaking: Feminists can listen to rap

Amanda Lee | Staff Writer You’re in the car on the way home from work, frantically switching through radio stations to find a pick-me-up for the ride home. Finally, you find a station that isn’t playing an ad and settle. You’re enjoying the beat about to break your car speakers until you hear,

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    Believe it or not, studying abroad is not impossible

Believe it or not, studying abroad is not impossible

Andy Chao | Contributing Writer A recent North Texas Daily column implied studying abroad was only available to a small demographic of students, pointing to the financial struggles and logistical hurdles one must overcome to participate in a program abroad. My name is Andy Chao, a first generation, middle-class Asian-American

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    The pressures of going to graduate school

The pressures of going to graduate school

As a journalism major, many people have asked me, “Why?” A lack of pay, when compared to other fields, and a resulting lack of living stability are some of the reasons they tell me I didn’t make the right decision or why I should change majors. Another thing I hear is

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    Going outside of your degree is still promising

Going outside of your degree is still promising

Amanda Lee | Staff Writer You’ve walked the stage, accepted your degree, celebrated at all your favorite bars and now the dust has settled. It’s time to get a job. You’ve been an adult since college began, but the reality of being an adult hit a lot harder once you

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    The effects of legally allowing religious bias in pharmacies

The effects of legally allowing religious bias in pharmacies

By The Editorial Board The Texas House of Representatives appears to be in need of reading the First Amendment again, which states “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” Rather than upholding the principles of our Founding Fathers, what Fort Worth

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