Do Drugs earn Degrees for UNT Students?

In 2015, there were 134 drug-related arrests on the University of North Texas campus. In 2016, there were over 200. At a campus with a student body of 37,000 students, this may not seem like that big of an issue. However, walk into Willis Library at 4am during finals week and you’ll see packed tables…

Journalism in a Multimedia Era

In today’s society where people are constantly bombarded with information from their phones, friends, social media and more, the Golden Age of Legacy Media is little more than a memory. Newspapers across the country are hiring less staff and having to switch production from physical papers to online only content. “In 2015, the newspaper sector…

Little Elm Celebrates TWU Partnership Success

The Little Elm ISD School Board reflected on Monday on the success of their College Ready partnership with TWU that has been in place for the past few years. This partnership, which began in the early 2000s, has focused on preparing Little Elm students to be both college and career ready. LEISD was one of…

Chosen Family

Resident Assistant Dylan Asher is junior at the University of North Texas who puts on an annual drag show for his residents and the greater UNT community. 2017 was the second year of his annual Miss Kerr Hall Drag Show which took place in the UNT Lyceum for the first time. Last year, it was…

Alternative Assignment – Nisbett

Walk into any bar on Rainey Street in Austin, Texas and you’ll see a room full of young, tattooed hipsters comparing music tastes and discussing the newest reason why Trump is the literal worst. Walk into any bar in the old Truman Brewery or any other hip bar in Shoreditch and you’ll hear the exact…

Alternative Assignment – Thorne

  Walk into any bar on Rainey Street in Austin, Texas and you’ll see a room full of young, tattooed hipsters comparing music tastes and discussing the newest reason why Trump is the literal worst. Walk into any bar in the old Truman Brewery or any other hip bar in Shoreditch and you’ll hear the…

Its a London Thing.

The past five weeks of my life have been spent studying abroad in London and they have been both the best and worst weeks of my life. I have always had a love for British culture and for experiencing the world and I never thought I would actually get this opportunity and while it was…

Hackney: The Times are Changing

For my neighborhood assignment, I wanted to pick a neighborhood I knew nothing about but that would be somewhere I would spend my time if I were a local. I decided on Hackney because I had heard there was a music scene there but my expectations were pretty open. I decided the best way to…

Spare Change

Since getting to Europe four weeks ago, I’ve visited three countries and seven cities. Though this traveling was a new experience for me, after a month here, I feel like somewhat of a pro at navigating new places. I’ve been the go to navigator and somehow always manage to figure out how to get us…

Where Austin Meets Shoreditch

In a country with a drinking age of 18 and a huge population of people from countries like Ireland who are known for their drinking, having a variety or liquors at your disposal at all times of the day is a vital part of London and U.K. culture. Going out in London means paying at…