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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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    How social media can impact mental degradation

How social media can impact mental degradation

Amanda Dycus | Staff Writer Whether you’re for or against the social media boom, you probably use Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Snapchat. Even Spotify lets you interact with friends through sharing songs and playlists. Millennials and each subsequent generation are becoming more connected through the internet. We can chat with

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    Stop trying to make reverse racism happen

Stop trying to make reverse racism happen

Kara Jobmann | Staff Writer Reverse racism is not a thing. It is an insult to say black people can be racist towards white people, when the founding concept of racism is “other” marginalized groups further suppressing them. While there is an ability to hate among all people, there is

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    Like-minded thinking against the Paris Accord decision

Like-minded thinking against the Paris Accord decision

Julia Falcon | Staff Writer President Donald Trump pulled out of the two-year contract protecting the worldwide environment, the Paris Agreement, on June 1. Many celebrities, politicians and citizens of the world have voiced their concerns on the abrupt decision. The agreement was signed by members of the United Nations on April

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    The LSAT puts low-income students at a disadvantage

The LSAT puts low-income students at a disadvantage

Amanda Lee | Staff Writer It is understood that law school is expensive, but what everyone doesn’t realize is how some people can’t even afford to apply. Doing so requires the Law School Admission Test, the biggest factor for determining your acceptance. To enroll into the top 20 law schools in the country, you

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    Studying abroad is not a necessity, it’s a luxury

Studying abroad is not a necessity, it’s a luxury

Amanda Dycus | Staff Writer Most of us have at least one friend who spent a semester in France. They posted about it all over social media, gushed about the self-improvement it brought and pretended to know French for a month after they got back. Or maybe they went to Spain,

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    It’s OK to be uncertain of life after college

It’s OK to be uncertain of life after college

By The Editorial Board We hope you’re all celebrating the summer as much as possible. Chances are that you’ve either graduated, you’re almost there or your close friend has donned the cap and gown and called college quits. For such conditions, you’re probably panicking as to what your future will appear

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    The benefits of owning pets in college

The benefits of owning pets in college

Julia Falcon | Staff Writer Growing up, I was always surrounded by animals. Cats, ducks, pigs, fish, you name it. When I moved out of my mom’s house and into my one-bedroom apartment in Denton, it took me a while to adjust to how oddly quiet it was without having a

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