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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 July 2013
ON THE RECORD FOOD EDITION Ealing Healthy on a College Budget Eating healthy doesn't have to pull on your purse strings or destroy a budget. Here is a list of nutritional suggestions for a college student's wallet: Protein: keeps you full and gives you energy. Target has 2.5-pound bags of frozen boneless, skinless chicken breasts for $6.49:. Flavors in- clude natural, garlic and lemon Pepper, and can remain in a freezer for up to a year, according to foodsafetygov Eggs are an easy way to stay full for very little cash. Wal-Mart carries Grade A large eggs by the dozen for Si.89, and Natural Grocers sells cage- free, large, brown eggs for S2.29. Black beans are sold for 75 cents per can at Wal- Mart and are sold in multiple varieties. Soups with a black bean base, or adding the beans to any dish, can provide a protein-packed meal. Fruits: An easy way to get the daily sugar you need, as well as a quick on the go snack. Bananas are in every produce department, but check out Kroger's sel...
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 July 2013
NTDAILY.COM JULY 2013 BY THE NUMBERS 170 BEERS THAT OAK ST. DRAFTHOUSE SELLS 11 HOUR FILIBUSTER FROM SENATOR WENDY DAVIS IN THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE AGAINST A CONTROVERSIAL ABORTION BILL 73 NUMBER OF JUICE CONCOCTIONS AT DENTON JUICE CO. ^ ^ ^ % ^ ^ ^ % 70% 558 REGISTERED DENTON RESTAURANTS TO RECEIVE AN "A" HEALTH SCORE IN MAY ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ STARS BRUCE CAFETERIA CHEF PIERRE MONTICOLOMBI HAS 27: COMBINED NUMBER OF SUBWAY, STARBUCKS, MCDONALD'S AND JACK IN THE BOX LOCATIONS IN DENTON 34 FAMILIES THAT PARTICIPATE IN CARDO'S FARM PROJECT COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE GROUP 100 MILES THAT CHEF SHEENA CROFT CONSIDERS LOCAL WHEN SHE SELECTS HER CROPS 34 GRAPHICS BY MALLORY CLOSE AND DANIEL MURPHY
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 July 2013
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
eWF UNT students • " < Welcome to the new academic year! One of the great things about being at a university is that every fall we start a fresh cycle with new friends and new opportunities. And one of the great things about being a part of UNT is that every year we welcome a new class of bright, talented, creative and driven students. The sky is the limit when it comes to your future, and we're here to help each of you reach your full potential. Be sure to take advantage of everything UNT has to offer to keep you on your toes academically, mentally and physically. We have a new initiative, Succeed at UNT, with tips and access to campus resources to help you survive and thrive. Check out our new website at succeed.unt.edu once classes start. In the meantime, here's some advice to help you on your way: • Be a smart student, not just a student who is smart: Attend class. Ask questions. Get to know your professors. And take advantage of research, internship and study abroad opportun...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
NTDAILY.COM AUGUST 2013 AUG 2013 VOL.5 ISSUE 3 PEOPLE EDITION Radio, television and film junior Amir Ellis wrote and directed "Occupy: The Musical"- see what he's up to next. Story on page 13. Photo by Fey Sandoval. Cover photo by James Coreas WHAT'S INSIDE MORE ONLINE 8 TAILOR MADE 22 OWNING THE ODD FELLOWS Recent fashion alum BOARD Day-in-the-life of I00F competes in Dallas UNT professor is also members runway shows an international chess master 12 BREAK A LEG 32 BREAKING BREAD HACKED RTVF junior Amir Ellis Meet the caregivers Graduate student has a new musical in who make Our Daily wins competition and the works Bread what it is develops an app 17 ROAD TO 34 COMING HOME CREATING COSPLAY RECOVERY An inside look at English student After 10 years of Denton's Veterans of realizes expressive mental treatments and Foreign Wars post passion school, James Michell finally gets his degree
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
ON THE RECORD PEOPLE EDITION ON THE RECORD STAFF From top left: Nadia Hill, James Rambin, Laura Gross, T.S.Johnson, (bottom left) Zac Switzer, James Coreas and Matt Wood. Photos by James Coreas EDITORS WRITERS PHOTOGRAPHERS DESIGNERS Editor-in-Chief Senior Staff Writers Senior Staff Senior Staff Designers JAMES COREAS TYLER OWENS Photographers/ Video ANDREW TELLEZ WILLIAM A. DARNELL NICOLE ARNOLD Managing Editor RENEE HANSEN FEY SANDOVAL Staff Designer NADIA HILL DREW GAINES MALLORY CLOSE Staff Writers ADRIANA RODRIGUEZ DANIEL MURPHY Web Editor JP LUGO KATHERINE FINN T.S. JOHNSON AUDRA STAMP Intern BRETT MEDEIROS Photographer/ Video Design Editor OBED MANUEL VALERIE TURNER LAURA GROSS DREW GAINES Visuals Editor Intern Writers ZAC SWITZER JAMES CLAY CARINA AQUINO Executive Editor JAMES RAMBIN Copy Editor MATT WOOD
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
NTDAILY.COM AUGUST 2013 NO BONES ABOUT IT UNT alumnus Tom "Bones" Malone is still grooving after all this time. BY TYLER OWENS Even after almost five decades of playing music with some of the most famous art- ists and celebrities in the world, former first trombone in the One O'clock Lab Band Tom "Bones" Malone plays with the same passion that he did on day one. After graduating from the university when it was known as North Texas State University with a psychology degree, Malone moved to New York City and played in the Saturday Night Live Band, became a member of the original Blues Brothers Band and has played in the CBS Or chestra on the Late Show with David Letterman for the past 20 years. Lab band beginnings Malone originally attended the University of Southern Mississippi before meeting Lab Band saxophonist Lou Marini, who eventually grew to be one of his lifelong best friends, at a jazz festi- val in Mobile, Ala., in the spring of 1967. Marini convinced Malone to transfer to N...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
MULTICULTURAL CENTER Providing cultural programs to aid in student success! 5 Focus Areas: . Race & Ethnicity . Gender . Sexual Orientation . Disability . Interfaith A green light to greatness. Resources Ava lable: Lounge Area, Small Conference Room, Computers, Printing & Faxing, Ethnic Studies Library & more--- FREE FOR STUDENTS UNTl
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
NTDAILY.COM AUGUST 2013 Right: Keyla Garrido, University of North Texas graduate in fashion design, mustere«Utip the drive to take on two competitions and a fou^pieee collec- tion in her final months before gradation. Photo by Adriana Rodriguez a 1 Housing our Hometown Bank! it Fry Street A FM ★ Mobile Banking ★ 15 Locations iJ# k ■ DENTON - CORPORATE 400 N. Carroll Blvd. 940.591.1200 ★ NORTHSTAR BANK nstarbank.c OF TEXAS
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
ON THE RECORD PEOPLE EDITION i Her clothes may look pretty, but for designer Keyla Garrido, fashion means war. BY ADRIANA RODRIGUEZ Keyla's supervillain Loki inspired collection included gold detailed hardware. She found that washers out of a toolbox along with spray paint would do the trick. eyla Garrido talked as she scanned through several fabrics, touching and ex- amining them up close in hopes of finding the perfect black lace. "Lace is not cheap," she said. 'And I refuse to pay more than $7 per yard." An hour and a store later she found the perfect match at $7.50 per yard. She settled. Garrido graduated in May with a fashion design degree and spent her last semester creating as much, and as fast, as her hands allow "I only actually started sewing a fewyears ago," she said. "So I've never entered any competitions. I just wasn't confident enough in my work then." Aside from her fourpiece collection she finished in order to graduate, she committed herself to not one but two compe...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
NTDAILY.COM AUGUST 2013 31 ENGINEERING EQUALITY For women in male-dominated technical professions, the Society of Women Engineers is a breath of fresh air. BY RENEE HANSEN Opening the doors of her first class, she walks in hesitantly, scanning the room. Her search is not unlike any other stu- dent's on the first day, except for her criteria of a worthy classmate. While others entering the room are looking for a familiar face, Hollie King just hopes to see longer hair. King, a senior, is one of few women pursuing a degree in the male-dominated field of computer science, and while it's something she has come to expect, King said she often just wishes to have a fellow woman in her class. On a good day, King said, a fifth of her class might be comprised of women, and while they tend to gravitate toward each other, everyone still must interact. And every now and then, she wants a setting away from a multitude of guys who sometimes, as King said, grovel for phone numbers. She craves a set...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
ON THE RECORD PEOPLE EDITION As D'Souza said, her goal is to encourage wom- en to be confident in their own achievements and stand up for themselves, rather than to look after everyone else. "I would like them to formally take more chal- lenge in presenting their work," she said. "I'm trying to build up the fact that they have to nurture themselves and get them ready for the future." Amy Fiscor, 38, is the acting regional maintenance supervisor for the Tennessee Department of Trans- portation, and has been in the civil engineering field for the last ij years. She worked her way up to her position, putting in 120 percent, she said, over her other coworkers, who are mostly male. But she is harder on the female engineers than the male, she said. Eiscor relied on her confi- dence and ability in her work when she started, and continues to spread some simple advice to fellow women in the math and sciences fields. "Don't play the girl card," Fiscor said. "You'll lose the respect." Fiscor r...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
ON THE RECORD PEOPLE EDITION BREAK A LEG Amir Ellis puts his dreams on center stage. BY RENEE HANSEN Childhood is often defined by daydreams, make-believe and dress-up - the kind of carefree days full of imagination, friends and forming mythical creatures out of the fiufly clouds floating through the sky. But 6-yeai^old Amir Ellis didn't want to just dream, he wanted to make it happen. So he brought stories to life through theater, and not only stole the show, but Created it all from scratch. And by kindergarten, he was attract- ing an international audience. Living off site at a military base with his sin- gle mother in Ludwigsburg, Germany, Ellis' pa- per tickets to his bedroom-theater only attracted the neighborhood German kids, his mother said. But being the only Americans living in their area didn't deter him from performing for his audience. Now, as a radio, television and film senior at UNT, Ellis continues to attract audiences with his plays, but with a full cast and crew. C...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
NTDAILY.COM AUGUST 2013 PONY TALES: AN UNEXPECTED FANDOM Don't bother telling the UNT Brony club their favorite TV show is for kids - they've heard that one before. BY AUDRA STAMP Daniel "Doc Starbuck" Jesel - undecided sophomore - proudly displays his light yel- low T-shirt printed with Derpy Hooves, a light blue pony with a blonde mane. He talks ex- citedly about one of his favorite shows, a show many people consider to be for little girls. But a large fan base of male fanatics has been growing around the world since the show's inception. These fans call themselves Bronies, and they are true lovers of "My Little Pony" and every- thing that comes with it. WHAT IS A BRONY? Bronies - fusion of "bro" and "pony" - are men who have completely immersed themselves in a world based on the "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" TV show. While some Bronies enjoy the show's weekly episodes^ others have become so absorbed in Brony fandom that they have tattoos and a massive collection of the pl...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 August 2013
ON THE RECORD PEOPLE EDITION to be bisexual and are called "queer" or "sexual deviants." "I'm not in the closet of being a Brony, most of my friends know of my Bronyism," said one user from Reddit in a Brony thread. In 2012, a documentary came out called "Bri nies: the Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of Little Pony." In the film, they follow a man or®s adventure though the 2012 BronyCon, gain? more insight on the growing phenomenon. The filmmakers also explore the massive amounts of negative criticism the Brony community receives and how it deals with its <fhaters," as Jesel calls them. "They take something that is just so innocent and pure and just hate it to hate it," Jesel said. According to The Brony Study done by Dr. Pat- rick Edwards and Dr. Marsha Redden, there are five different levels of Bronies. They include the Social Brony, who is pub- licly open and engaged in the Brony community; the Secret Brony, who: is very dedicated but does not publicly admit to their "Bronyhoo...