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To vote or not to vote? What’s the big deal?

To vote or not to vote? What’s the big deal? Johnna Headley, Reporter Rights given to us thru US citizenship With the upcoming presidential primary elections around the corner, presidential candidates are campaigning across the United States trying to persuade citizens for their votes. Next month a majority of US citizens will be at

Federal grant allows TWU faculty to change young lives

Grant awarded to help prevent the rise of teen pregnancy in Dallas County   Katie Olson, Editor-in-Chief  According to a TWU press release, on September 14, an approximately $4.9 million dollar grant has been awarded from the Federal Department of Health and Human Services to the North Texas Alliance to Prevent Teenage Pregnancy

Local Haunted Houses

Check out five favorite Haunted Houses 2015 Emily Nickles, Page Editor It’s finally fall, and though the cool weather hasn’t caught up to match the mood, the rest of North Texas is preparing for the upcoming holiday season. You guessed it—Halloween. Imagining ghouls, goblins, witches and demons is only part of the fun, but the following productions bring

A night under the stars with UNT

Sierra Taylor, Managing Editor University of North Texas Rafes Urban Astronomy Center will host a Star Party on Oct 3 from 8-10:30 p.m. The purpose of this event is to teach people about the night sky. The event is hosted by UNT astronomy students who are knowledgeable on what is visible on that night. Planet

Fit & Rec service often overlooked

Student Supervisor over Personal Training Charles Crouch shares his perspective Emily Nickles, Page Editor Some students may be wondering what a personal trainer can do for them at a university that isn’t dominated by athletes. Aren’t there are plenty of treadmills, bikes, weight machines and even a climbing wall in the university