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‘A Day Without a Woman’ in the newsroom

The Editorial Board Considering yesterday was International Women’s Day, it is important to note that our production staff is entirely comprised of women. Therefore, we felt obligated to print our publication accordingly

Born again in Bangkok

Updated Dec. 2, 2016 Looking at the ceiling tiles of Piyavate Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand, 9,000 miles past the point of no return, a woman wearing a pink gown and weary

Casting different races in Hollywood: Is it right?

“Mulan,” a live-action remake of the 1998 Disney classic, has been scheduled for a winter 2018 release. Based upon a legendary Chinese ballad, the 1998 film featured an impressive cast of acting talents,

Abbey Underground under fire again for alleged LGBT discrimination

Adalberto Toledo | Senior Staff Writer @aldot29 Bennett Morris | Staff Writer @BennettLMorris The Abbey Underground is once again under fire for a controversial incident involving the LGBT community, this time involving gender-specific

Women’s sports at UNT earn less, pay coaches less than men’s teams

Nealie Sanchez | Staff Writer @NealieSanchez Pay inequality between men and women is a prevalent issue, and the trend has made its way into collegiate athletics as well. According to

‘Recording in the Age of Everything’ panel answers questions about producing industry

Victoria Baghaei | Staff Writer @chorizotacoss At 35 Denton, a panel for record producers at UNT on the Square was filled with people eager to gain advice and learn about

Club soccer unlikely to reach D-I status

Alex Lessard | Staff Writer @alexlikechexmix Twenty-four years ago, John Hedlund was hired as an assistant to Dr. Richard Lowe, the head coach of the NCAA men’s soccer program at