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  1. “Oh, you’re young, you’ll recover.” “Honey, you do not know even know what pain is.” Or, my all-time personal favorite, “You’re just exaggerating.” These are common phrases heard by people View Full Article
  2. (This is Part 3 in an ongoing series that examines tropes that perpetuate harmful stereotypes and behaviors in media against women, people of color and the LGBTQ+ community. Click the View Full Article
  3. We have all borne witness to a literal change in history recently. Images of Confederate statues and monuments being taken down in different states have flooded media since the death View Full Article
  4. Outrage on social media has been a focal point lately as many students are shocked to see that UNT will most likely not reduce tuition or fees for the upcoming View Full Article
  5. If any public health lesson has been learned during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that every decision is subject to change at any given moment. UNT began in-person classes for the View Full Article
  6. Going back to school is something that many kids dread at some point during their academic career. Summer comes to a close, curfews begin to go into effect and the View Full Article
  7. Content warning: discussions of sexual abuse and extreme violence “I asked you why you are gathering these stories.” “Right. I could only say it was for a book. Even now, View Full Article
  8. FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced international students on F-1 or M-1 Visas can’t remain in the United States if fall classes are fully online due to the pandemic. The modifications come after schools across the country attempt to navigate plans to safely reopen in the fall. As long as the course load for an International student contains a mix of online and in-person classes, they can stay. But if enrolled in only online courses, they must either transfer or leave the country. Victor Tralci is a University of North Texas graduate student working on his master’s degree. He has been in the U.S for more than 6 years. He said he feels as if he’s being punished for no reason. View Full Article
  9. Socialism is a scary word to most Americans because they do not understand how it works. Most people think socialism is the same as communism, even though it is completely View Full Article
  10. When voting for president in November every four years, if you are over the age of 18 and meet the often strenuous qualifications to participate, you are given two options, View Full Article
  11. Immediately following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the country went into an uproar. The topic of Black Lives Matter and police brutality became a hot topic everywhere, and social View Full Article
  12. The Black Lives Matter movement continues to rise and expand all over the country. As things progress, major platforms are using their names to highlight what is going on. Streaming View Full Article
  13. President Neal Smatresk held a town hall Monday with Provost Jennifer Cowley and Vice President of Student Affairs Elizabeth With to answer questions from the community about the university’s plans View Full Article
  14. The university will receive $29.01 million from the CARES Act, a coronavirus emergency relief bill unanimously passed by Congress in late March. From the money allocated, a minimum of $14.51 View Full Article
  15. SEGA’s Blue Blur, Sonic The Hedgehog, made headlines this year after his movie scored praise and broke box office records. Sonic has fallen from Mario’s number one rival to one of the biggest View Full Article
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