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The relevance of PBS and educational television

On April 10, “Sesame Street” will introduce an autistic character named Julia. The classic series has been a staple of PBS and many children’s lives for 47 years and works to promote

The reasons that certain kids have free lunches

President Donald Trump released his 2018 budget proposal, “America First,” on March 16. The budget proposes to eliminate agencies and decrease funding for most of them, while increasing funds for

Traditional versus nontraditional students

In our society, we place a great significance on higher education. Our parents and teachers always encouraged us to try our best academically. If we came home from school with

We must improve UNT’s sexual harassment policy

James Stevens | Contributing Writer Each university has its own legal way of handling unwarranted sexual advances and harassment. However in 2007, the Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom mentioned that “most

Trump nominated the wrong Secretary of Education

The Editorial Board If Betsy DeVos becomes the Secretary of Education, our student debt will be even more endangered. The president-elect’s nominee for the position has faced numerous criticisms after

Higher education isn’t meant for everyone

The Editorial Board Many of us have been groomed by our families to be the next great step in their bloodlines. Some of us came from blue collar units, primped

UNT Learning Center given inaugural award in Supplemental Instruction

Adalberto Toledo | Senior Staff Writer @aldot29 UNT’s Learning Center received the first ever award for Outstanding Innovation in Supplemental Instruction at the International Conference for Supplemental Instruction at the

College of Music appoints new dean

Adalberto Toledo | Senior Staff Writer @aldot29 One of UNT’s biggest claims to fame is its esteemed College of Music, known for Grammy-nominated ensembles like the One O’clock Lab Band

The creation of Project Naptural and true ‘hairitage’

Kaylen Howard | Staff Writer @TheKaylenHoward Project Naptural creator Terresa Hardaway, 30, doesn’t need a typical office—she makes do with an isolated adjunct computer lab and a steel gate separating her from

Wu-Tang founder GZA discusses music and education for Distinguished Lecture Series

Erica Wieting | Features Editor @ericawieting Kyle Martin | Staff Writer @Kyle_Martin35 Relaxing in a plastic chair inside a small room in the University Union, Gary Grice raps about making sense