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    Addressing America’s gun violence problem starts with the Second Amendment

Addressing America’s gun violence problem starts with the Second Amendment

America has settled into a sad reality the last few years. A deranged person with a gun causes a mass casualty situation and the nation predictably argues about gun control. Sandy Hook in 2012: 26 children and educators killed. San Bernardino in 2015: 14 dead. Pulse nightclub in 2016: 49

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    Adobe’s Project VoCo is a thing to fear in the age of fake news

Adobe’s Project VoCo is a thing to fear in the age of fake news

Adobe is pushing the limits of what audio editing should become. The software developer announced last November that it is developing what it calls, “Photoshop for your voice.” Its official name is “Project VoCo.” With it, you can add words to an audio file which were not originally present. This

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    Media arts needs more classes or less students

Media arts needs more classes or less students

The UNT media arts program is popular, to say the least. Chair of the department Eugene Martin says there are currently 1400 media arts majors, up 20 percent from last year. This makes it difficult for these students to get into the classes they need. Media arts is under the College

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    UNT to buy IHOP land, students will get over it

UNT to buy IHOP land, students will get over it

UNT is going to buy the IHOP right next to campus. Everybody stay calm. The UNT Board of Regents authorized the purchase of Lot 27 at 1001 N Texas Blvd., which is home to the IHOP many UNT students frequent for late night fried food. But it is time to

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    Trump’s attack on the NFL and national anthem protests is hypocrisy at its finest

Trump’s attack on the NFL and national anthem protests is hypocrisy at its finest

President Donald Trump has called his use of Twitter “modern day presidential.” But time and time again, Trump has ignited firestorms over Twitter. Whether it be a feud with just about the entire mainstream media, prodding North Korea, calling Snoop Dogg’s career failing or continuing to go after former President Barack

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    The struggle and honor of being a first-generation student

The struggle and honor of being a first-generation student

Being a first-generation college student can be a bittersweet experience, especially if you are your parents’ only child. A student can feel as if this large responsibility is placed upon you all at once. The feeling of honor at being the first from your family to go to college can

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    Access codes should not be an alternative to physical textbooks

Access codes should not be an alternative to physical textbooks

Access codes have began to rise in popularity among universities, but just how useful are they really? There are 25 varied universities in Texas that have moved major classes to being strictly online or partially online. This will require students to purchase access codes to do their homework or to

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    Save your money and avoid the iPhone 8 and iPhone X

Save your money and avoid the iPhone 8 and iPhone X

The new iPhones are almost here, and they are really shiny. But are they worth the hefty price tag? The iPhone 8 can be bought with a one-time payment of $949 from Apple without a contract. The iPhone X, on the other hand, is considerably more expensive, and not shockingly the

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    Texas may be on the path to recreational marijuana

Texas may be on the path to recreational marijuana

As every Texas resident is aware of, marijuana is illegal to possess, use, sell or produce in the state of Texas. However, Texas just issued the first ever medical marijuana license to “Cansortium Texas” which will allow this company to sell, grow and process medical marijuana. The marijuana will be sold

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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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