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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012
STUPSKTS PIUS INTO COMICS he. epicstruggles of heroes J and villains with colorful names and outlandish costumes haven't always been a subject of academic study However, students in a summer class at TINT are turning to the fantastical pages of comic books to explore a wide variety of real-world issues. "Mythic Rhetoric of tire American Superhero" is an interdisciplinary course taught by communication' studies professor Shaun Treat, who uses comics as a lens to magnify academic discussion that runs tire intellectual gamut from philosophy to ■ •coin 111 lies to women's studies to art. " I can take the same ideas and dress them up in lights, capes and masks and have them .fight it out, and they [students] love it;" Treat said. The class offers a Socratie-style of learning that encourages students to interact with each other and have fun engaging theories arid topics. "This is what education needs to keep up,"Treat said. O nly about half of the enrolled students had ever read a comic b...
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DET81 RECORD WHERE ARE THEY NOW? "MEAN" JOE ■GREENE RY \ \l)l \ HIM Stepping out from behind the. "Steel Ciirtaiii," the usu- ally stoic "Mean Joe" Greene- allows a mo- ment of tenderness when he accepts an ice-cold Coca-Cola from an adoring fan and tosses the awe- struck kid a jersey. li s 1979 and Joe Greene - born Charles Edvvard Joseph Greene in 1946 in Temple, Texas — is the recognizable star of a nation- ally televised advertisement and one of the best football players in the .NFL. Greenes killer instincts as a defensive tackle first drew attention at North Texas State University — now UNT - where he. led I lie Mean Green. There are differing accounts of how "Mean Joe" — and TC®H% Mean Green, for that matter - got nick- named, but according to several sources Greene got the "Mean' from national foot- ball fails latching on to his college team's moniker. It stuck, and after graduating North Texas in 1969, Greene went on to. play for the Pittsburgh Steelers until 1981. Greene wa...
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 13 July 2012
ON THE RECORD BEHIND THE MEME DENTONITE AN INTERh SENSATIO BY SEAN GORMAN She gazes through your comput- er screen with unblinking eves and an unnerving smile, belting an excessively loyal girlfriend's ver- sion of popular songs from artists like Justin Rieber and Carly Rae .lepseri, The creator of the "'Overly Attached Girlfriend," Denton resident Laina Morris, doesn't share the creepy de- meaxtor of her YOuTube persona away from the computer, but for years has embraced the humor she used to make the video. "I\i• been recognized a few limes. I get a lot of people staring at me but they won't say anything, that's the creepiest part," she said. Tt's been crazy, the first night was the most cra- zy but even now random people will point me out," Her best friend, 11HT alumna Katie Scholle, said she wasn't surprised the video had caught on. " I always thought she had a future in some kind of entertainment, she's always doing impressions and knows how to make people laugh," Scholle said. ...
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
6WK UNT students, Welcome to the new academic year! This is a great time to be a student at UNT. Every faculty and staff member here promises to provide you with a high-quality education, great support and a fulfilling college experience. Helping you succeed is what it's all about. It's what we mean when we say we're "A green light to greatness." I hope you take advantage of everything UNT has to offer. Use the libraries and other resources to help you study. Use the Pohl Recreation Center, the Career Center, the Student Money Management Center and the Center for Leadership and Service to stay physically and emotionally fit. Get involved with groups on campus. Go hear a concert or lecture, see our exhibitions or visit our planetarium. And make plans to cheer on the Mean Green during our last year in the Sun Belt Conference. We hope to see you at all of the home football games because there's something to celebrate at each one: • Sept. 8: Texas Southern University, first home game • ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
' ATI IF RECORD WHAT S INSIDE DENTON TUNES VOL,4, ISSUE 3 AUGUST 2012 UNT 7 UQH^&SGUMQ Mmi itiobio vfcfeos 8 CALM & COMPOSED Grad student with big dreams 10 LATE NIGHT TUNES Students moonlight in band 11 SNAZZY JAZZY yMTY prestigious program FEATURES 14 R=tOMTHEA3HBB Rink Rasfar qutsfe down 24 A PLUCKY BUNCH Band displays scene's unity m maFv:RKcMiM Borp D&xpras^M! 34 REBELS WITHOUT A PAUSE Denton's emerging rap scene ARTS AND LIFE 37 .ROBOT FDCK EteriBnii tends cifeute 38 RECORD RESURGENCE Vinyl sales on the rise 42 SUMMER JAMS Staff rates summer alburns ON THE COVER: AVTH GREAT PHOTO BY DESIREE COITSINEAU VISIT NTDAIEY.COM FOR VIDEOS AND MORE STORIES 4 AUGUST 201
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CM THE: RECORD ON THE RECORD STAFF EDITOR IN CHIEF PAUL BOTTONI MANAGING EDITOR ALEX MACON RHOTO EDITOR JAMES COREAS MULTIMEDIA S, DESIGN EDITOR S A MANTUA GUZMAN FROM LERTG RIGHT SAMANTHA GUZMAN, PAUL BOTTONI, JAMES COREAS, ALEX MACON SENIOR STAFF WRITERS Nicole Balderas Ashley Grant SENIOR STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS Desiree Cousineau Amber Plumley FAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS Nicole Arnold Erika Lambreton FAFF DESIGNERS Andrew Tellez Eliza Trono STAFF WRITERS Pablo Arauz H. Drew Blackburn Ashley-Crystal Firstley Ryne Gannoe Michelle Heath Emily Hopkins J.P. Lugo Brett Medeiros Ben Peyton Eleanor Sadler Carly Tester Michael Todd Graham White Jason Yang AUGUST 201 5
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
ON THE RECORD LIGHTS CAMERA ACTION BY GRAHAM WHITE They conclude the day by shooting the live video feed for a concert at the WinStar Casino in Oklahoma, then return to Denton late and begin work early the next morning on a music video production, followed by band practice. For local production company Amandus Studios, all facets of music and film are constantly in motion. The brain trust behind Amandus Studios Consists of 200S II,NT alumni Rryan Walior, Jonathan Heath and Chuck Crosswhite. A close knit and modest group, they embrace their time behind the camera, not in front of it. "We work well together because we Went to film school together, and We all recognized that all three of us were stepping up," Heath said. " Slowly after that, we became friends, and we grew a friendship before a professional relationship. We realized we could switch roles around and respect each other s role:'' The primarily freelance group shoots a variety of multimedia. The members of Amandus film in h...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
DET81 RECORD KEEPING HIS COMPOSURE SIC GRAD STUDENT ENDURES TRIALS BY BRETT MEDEIROS In the spall of five days in 2006, S. Andrew Lloyd went through two of the most significant moments of his life; meeting the. future Mrs, Lesley Lloyd and undergoing surgery to re- move cancer from his back. A professional organist, composer, and URT grad student., Lloyd, 32, lived through these ordeals while) pursuing a doctorate in composition and organ performance, Lloyd is the eldest child of "14, all of whom can play the piano and organ, but Lloyd is the only Oile to take up music professionally However, music was not the first stop in his journey From. 1998 to 2000, Lloyd was in Al- bania as a missionary for his church. 111 • then earned a music degree from Brigham Young University, "Out of all honesty, I made the mis- take of shadowing a dentist," Lloyd said. 'After that I realized I really didn't want to. be a dentist anyway." Health issues also persisted. After the successful back surgery a...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
ON THE RECORD MAGICAL MUSIC MUSEUM IT LIBRARY HOME TO AUDIO TREASURES BY ASHLEY-CRYSTAL FIRSTLEY Located on the fourth floor ofWillis Library, the LIKE Music Library is home to one of the largest and most accredited music collections in the country featuring rare audio samples and manuscripts. Many of the collectibles are either bought or donated, and head librarian Morris Martin ensures each item makes it safely to its new home. Martin said he has gone so far as to fly to San Francisco In drive a 26-foot Penske I nick hark liil I of fragile and valuable opera music books to add scores to the library's already sizable collection. Founded in 1941 by Wilfred C. Rain and Anna Harriet Heyer, the library currently holds more than 300,000 books, scores and periodicals, and 900,000 audio recordings in cylinders, reel-to-reel tapes, CDs and 45/33/78rpm records. The collection also contains manuscripts from well-knowi i composers such as Aaron Copland and ClfST alumni, including composers Do...
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DET81 RECORD ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK DENTS MOONLIGHT IN COVER BAND BY ELEANOR SADLER 1IW INC - It's 10 p.m. on a Saturday night. Lights are flashing, drinks are being poured and the dance floor is full as patrons of Cool River Cognac, and Cigar Bar dance the night ;i\va\ to the high- energy tunes of The Walton Stout Band. Members of XEXT's Drift O.'Clock Lab Band Jordan Cheen and Sean Casey play for the popular North Texas area cover band, keeping their musical skills sharp until the fall semester begins. s[ just love to play," trombone performance senior Casey said. "I just love playing music, all kinds, and I try to as much as I can." With performances booked every weekend, The Walton Stout Band entertains crowds at popular North Texas nightclubs, events and Weddings, playing top 40 covers and a few classics. The nine, members of the band pride themselves on their natural sound. Drums, guitar, saxophones and more are all fair game, but the band does not use synthesizers or any elect...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
ON THE RECORD JAZZING IT UP UNITS NO" ROGRA d: BY ASHLEY GRANT U.NT?s world-renowned j azz studies program can be grueling. According to the College of Music, only about one in six students applying to the college make I lie cut after an audition, interview and various tests - but students who survive the oldest jazz studies program in the country number among some of the world s best musicians. S.teye Wiest,director<>lT.'.\Tssi\ lime Grammj'npminated One O'CIock Lab Band, said in an interview at the Denton Arts and Jazz Festival that graduating from the jazz studies program gives students a hard-earned calling card in the world of music. " Coming fromNorthTexas is something that a large number of our grads lia\c built on .to create, great careers*'" Wiest said. Jazz studies lecturer Jay Saunders, director of the Two O'Clock Lab Band, said that it's almost impossible to find a major jazz ensemble or recording studio in Hew York, Los Angeles or Chicago where North Texas exes ar...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
DET81 RECORD 1890 — 1909 1939 1943 1945 1947 1949 1954 1967 1979 1979 1980 1982 1990 1992 1998 1999 2000 2007 2008 2009 Denton Music History Herschel Evans, pioneer jazz saxophonist is born in Denton. He played with the likes of Lionel . Hampton and Lester Young and went on to be a part of the Legendary Count Basie Orchestra. His playing style influenced jazz musicians throughout the 1920s and 30s. Sly Stone, frontman for soul funk band Sly and the Family Stone is born in Denton. The College of Music then called the Normal Conservatory of Music; is founded by music teacher Eliza Jane_ McKissack. Ray Peterson, pop music singer remembered for singing "Tell Laura I Love Her" and "Corrine, Corrina" is born in Denton. Bob Dorough, cool jazz pianist and com- poser, best known for composing songs in the popular musical cartoon School house Rock! attends North Texas State Univer- sity. He also worked with the likes of Miles Davis and Allen Ginsberg. The very first jazz studies program in th...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
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