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    Campus cafeterias need to allow to-go boxes

Campus cafeterias need to allow to-go boxes

Campus cafeterias have a strict rule where students are not allowed to take cafeteria food out of their respective halls.  No matter what meal you are eating in one of them, it is forbidden for food or drinks to leave the cafeteria area and it must all be consumed while

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    President Smatresk failed the UNT community in wake of Trump Jr. speech

President Smatresk failed the UNT community in wake of Trump Jr. speech

You were probably expecting our editorial this week to be focused on criticism surrounding Donald Trump Jr.’s speech through UNT’s Kuehne Speaker Series. Well, we’ve been there and done that. Our issue is with someone we thought saw UNT as more than a paycheck, but apparently doesn’t. That’s right — we’re

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    Pumpkin spice is less irritating than all the griping about it

Pumpkin spice is less irritating than all the griping about it

It was a dark and stormy night in early September. Writhing around in my sleep, sweaty and mumbling something about Food Network, my heartbeat picked up. It got faster and faster. A thunderclap tore through the night sky and I jolted awake, trying to forget the content of my nightmare.

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    We need to change how we discuss mass shootings

We need to change how we discuss mass shootings

What constitutes a terrorist? Is it the actions they commit, or the color of their skin? What line separates a domestic terrorist from a lone wolf? Inherently, the terms “lone-wolf” and “terrorist” differ by technicalities. A lone wolf is a still a terrorist, just one without an affiliation. To be

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    Peacefully protesting will lead to real change

Peacefully protesting will lead to real change

America was founded upon ideas of freedom and liberty. However, the history of the United States hasn’t completely lived up to its pledge of allegiance in “liberty and justice for all”. The pledge of allegiance was adopted on Columbus Day in 1892, 400 years after Christopher Columbus first discovered North

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    An open letter from our new Opinion Editor, Alec Spicer

An open letter from our new Opinion Editor, Alec Spicer

Last week I was browsing social media when I got a phone call. The North Texas Daily needed a new Opinion Editor. Up until now, I had not even an ounce of expectation that I would be introducing myself to you as the Daily’s new Opinion Editor, but here we are. Hello, I’m Alec

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    Trump Jr. event barring press implies distrust

Trump Jr. event barring press implies distrust

Donald Trump Jr.’s Oct. 24 lecture at AT&T Stadium will focus on freedom of speech, a subset of the First Amendment. Another idea central to this amendment is, of course, freedom of the press. It should be noted that members of the press are not allowed at Trump Jr.’s speech.

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    8 a.m. classes are a detriment to student learning

8 a.m. classes are a detriment to student learning

To put it frankly, 8 a.m. classes are the bane of my very existence. I am not a morning person in any sense of the phrase and having to wake up so early for my 8 a.m. nearly makes me cry each time I have to. Eventually, I am able

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    UPC is the hub for student involvement on campus

UPC is the hub for student involvement on campus

University Program Council, more commonly known as just UPC, is a student-run organization located on campus which specializes in areas of student involvement by holding numerous events catered specifically for students. A large range of events are regularly held by the organization, including film screenings, live music, and art exhibits

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    Saturday marks the biggest night in short history of Apogee Stadium

Saturday marks the biggest night in short history of Apogee Stadium

Saturday’s game between North Texas and the University of Texas at San Antonio isn’t just the fifth matchup between the two schools in their short history on the field. It’s not just any Conference USA game, either. No – Saturday’s game is more than that. It’s the biggest in the

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