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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

Letter from the Editor Dear Readers, As the year goes on, it's becoming evi- dently clear the economy isn't going to get better any time soon. And many Americans are realizing what we should have realized years ago: Something's got to give. This sum- mer, fewer people will be going on those big family vacations, fewer people are going to the movies (though that may have something to do with the quality of those movies), and fewer are getting to enjoy the things they once did. When my dad lost his job in January — the job he'd had for 27 years — it took a toll on my whole family. Everyone had to. start mak- ing sacrifices. And now, sometimes my sister and I have to help out our parents instead of vice versa. But a negative economy isn't reason to bury your head in the sand and hope it gets better. Nor is it time to become cynical. There are lots of opportunities to be gained from times when things seem hopeless. That's part of the reason we've focused this issue on sacrifice. In thi...

Publication Title: On The Record
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

Staff Contributors Abigail Allen Managing Editor 3rianne Tolj Assistant Editor Lauren Blewett Visuals Editor Louie Solomon Web Editor HtlGinilL Nicole Landry Copy Chief Brandon Nichols Photographer Josh Pherigo Staff Writer Christina Mlynski Staff Writer Nasreen Iqbal Staff Writer £ Brandon Bell Contributing Writer Brandon is a social studies junior from Highland Village. Check out his piece on the new album from the recently rehabbed and revamped Wavves on p. 33. Aimeé Saldivar Contributing Writer Aimeé is a foreign languages junior from Brownsville, Bead about her experience with the study abroad program, which took her all across Europe, on p. 12. Matt Goodman Contributing Writer Matt is the Daily's former editor-in-chief. He currently works for CBS 11. See p. 33 for his blurb about Arcade Fire's new album. Additional photo courtesy: p.7 Nadine Tolj and Audrey Pruitt p.8 Turner Network Television p.9 "Friday Night Lights": NBC Universal Passion Pit: F.J. Ludo/Creative Commons p....

Publication Title: On The Record
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

One good deed starts a mission By Brianne Tolj 'AssistantEditor Opinion A few weeks ago, a family friend, Au- drey, accidentally left her purse on the back of her car and sped away from the grocery store. The purse went flying. But at a stoplight, a homeless man lightly tapped her window, grasping her belongings in his hands. His sincere demeanor and genuine concern for her was moving and slightly sur- prising, especially considering all of her belong- ings -including money - hadn't been touched. She thought to herself that this kind man who had obviously fallen upon hard times could have taken her cash and cards quite: eas- ily and bought himself a meal or shelter. But he didn't. Her perceptions shattered, she brainstormed with her son, Eli, and got the idea for Project Struga Management, LLC. THE OASIS Come visit our 9 different locations >Efficencies > Lofts >1 & 2 Bedrooms Close to UNT & TWU MONTH FREE I (940)565-8413 www.strugamgmt.com Possible: She would fill...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

Best oif 2010 so far) Believe it or not, the year's our staff sifted through the ups half over. And unfortunately, and downs of pop culture to find there hasn't been that much good the best the first six months of in the way of entertainment. But 2010 had to offer. TV Episode «<- "The Son" ("Friday Night Lights") It truly doesn't get better than this. Zach Gilford shined as the con- flicted Matt Saracen, who had to wrestle with his feelings of guilt and anger in the wake of his father's death in Afghanistan. Instead of go- ing for an over-the-top emotional outburst, Gilford's performance is extremely subtle, which fit his shy character. His breakdown during dinner at his girlfriend's house is particularly heartbreaking. It was his last full episode on the series, and if s not hard to see why. It was time for his character to move beyond that small town, but ifs also time to recognize one of the best actors of his generation. -Kip Moo i ley Runner-up: "The Power of Madonna" ("Gle...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

The 'Boys' are back in town By Kip Mooney Editor-in-Chief Opinion Last month, I talked incessantly about the greatness of "Friday Night Lights." Bul every great drama needs a less-draining comedy to complement it, and with the lack of quality shows even more glaringly obvious in the summer, you'll have to venture over to cable to find one. Although TBS is known for not living up to its "Very Funny" slogan with its original programming (no. Tyler Perry does not get funnier each week), this is one show worthy of those adjectives. In a way, "My Boys" is the anti-"Sex and the City." Yes, both deal with the social, workplace and romantic trappings of a big-city girl. But that's the only place where the two shows diverge. While "Sex and the City" created a world full of rich prima donnas who get into the most unrealistic of situations, "My Boys" is distinctly middle-class. PJ (spunky Jordana Spiro) is a sports writer for the Chicago Sun-Times and is far more comfortable playing board gam...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

Looping o Fers musicians richer sound By Brandon Nichols • Photographer Opinion Looping is a recent phenomenon in music history. The basic premise in looping is to take a small portion of a sound — a sample — and repeat that sound throughout a song. That may seem simple enough, but as you build layers from different samples and create variations of the samples, the sound becomes more compli- cated and developed. This means that with the right timing and musical aptitude, one person can create the sound of a full orchestra. Andrew Bird and KT Tunstell are both musicians who started their careers by looping to create the sound of a full band. Older bands, like The Beatles,, Pink Floyd and King Crimson, have all experimented with loops in their music. You can find looped samples being used in lots of differ- ent local acts as well. Peopleodian is an electronic experi- mental band lead by James Washington. Washington con- trols the looped samples through his Nintendo DS while band memb...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

Breaking News: The Cat is Alive! By Aimeé Saldivar • Contributing Writer Opinion I refuse to believe that curiosity killed the cat. For all we know, the cat is simply ex- ploring an exotic far-away land where he is deprived of technological means and there- fore can't "tweet" or "status" his every move. It's more credible that someone who is curious will answer his or her questions, rather than become tragically assassinated by them. My optimistic version of the infamous cat's whereabouts inspired me to follow my own cu- riosity. For as long as I can remember, I wanted to travel overseas and walk in shoes of all shapes and sizes. This spring semester I made it happen by studying in Seville, Spain. Studying abroad was never a question. It was a goal I was to achieve before graduation, which is why I began planning for it early on. It wasn't easy choosing the best program, city and school, finding the money to finance it or filling out the mounds of paperwork it requires. The prepara...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

Seville is known for its folklore and tra- ditions. It's the city where, in the words of Samantha Brown, "our most romantic no- tions of Spain come from," and I could not have chosen a better time to live there. Spring in Seville is like no other. I was able to see the "Carnaval" costumes and celebrations, the "Semana Santa" proces- sions. I learned to dance Flamenco during "The past seven months have been life-changing...and made me stronger, resourceful and even more independent." the "Feria de Abril," and watched my very first bullfight. In other words, I got a great slice of their globally recognized traditions. To fully absorb the culture, I chose to live with a host family — or in my case host mom — and participate in an integrated program at the University of Seville. These decisions didn't necessarily make my time abroad easier, but they sure did make it worthwhile. The knowledge and insight I gained about the culture, educational sys- tem and selected classes are invaluabl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

Long live O the post-hardcore scene Story and photos by Christina Mlynski • Staff Writer Opinion Every summer, my three best guy-friends and I embark on a sweaty, scream-a-long, :$7 for a bottle of water adventure to the most memorable music festival of the summer: Warped Tour. We've been driving down to Fair Park in a hellishly hot SUV since we were sophomores in high school. Every year, we make our way to the three stages hidden behind rows of booths stuffed with memorabilia. Most people would consider Warped Tour to be a thing of the past. But for us, this is a tradition, something that has kept us bonded to each other and music for the last six years, There's only one place in this, state where you can blow up contraceptives like balloons, drop your parents off at a daycare, cut off your jeans at the knee — dubbing them "hardcore pants" — meet your musical heroes, and Experience that amazing feeling where you can relive your days from the Piano Centre and the Door Dallas when t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

215»..», Warped Tour 2010 was a rollercoaster of emo- tions, ranging from astonishment to irritation. The festival brought on the most dreaded part of the day: — rain. The weath The rain continued to fall along with a teeth- chattering temperature that made everyone hud- dle together. Thus, a mosh pit began during the band's single, "Diamonds Aren't Forever." As soon as the chorus kicked in, every Warped Tour attendee had a diamond shape thrown in the sky and sang along with the band that had traveled halfway across the world to do what they're good at: gathering people in one spot for the sake of music. As I get older and see venues and concerts come to an end, it makes me realize how much my life has changed. Still, Warped Tour is that one festival a year where I can be swept away with other enthusiasts by our passion of music. Even if that genre of music seems to be dwin- dling away, always remember that as long as there are people out there willing to endure weather hazards, ov...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

Mall's future still uncertain G olden Triangle Mall's lenders JP Morgan Chase have put a foreclosure on the mall because of an outstanding balance of $24 million. General Man- ager Matt Ludemann said the mall's current owners, New York-based Feldman Mall Properties, will continue to operate as owners until the property is sold at auc- tion. Ludemann said the owners told him that neither he, storeowners nor employees could make any additional comments to the press, "The owners and bank are not local, so there is no real reason for them to contact anyone on the city level," City of Denton spokesman John Cabrales Jr. said. Randy Guttery, a UNT finance and real estate profes- sor and associate dean for graduate programs, said the news isn't that much of a surprise. "The retail business has all but collapsed in the past three years," he said. "The owners might not have done anything wrong. It might have just been bad timing." Story by Nasreen Iqbal • Staff Writer Photo by Brandon Nichol...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

Money Management offers financia advice By Nasreen Iqbal • Staff Writer The story of 41-year-old family practitioner Michelle Bisutti made national headlines. In February the Wall Street Jour- nal published a story about Bisutti, who graduated from medical school in Ohio in 2003 with $250,000 worth of student loans. In the seven years since Bisutti graduated, her loan amount has escalated dramatically to half a million dollars. "Maybe half of it was my fault because I didn't read the fine print/' Bisutti said in the article. "But this is just outrageous now." Stories like Bisutti's seem to be popping up everywhere: in ma- jor newspaper articles, on business news talk shows and amid the conversations of nervous college students. Paul Goebel, the senior associate dean of students at the Money Management Center, said 60 to 70 percent of students have to rely on some form of financial aid assistance to offset their college and living costs while attending UNT. "Loans are not evil/' Goe...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

A Week Without Times are tougher than ever. Between paying for school, phone bills, rent, utilities, gas, groceries and what little is left over to reward yourself with a $3.50 movie or a $2 drink special, we're having to pinch pennies harder than ever before. Not to mention how little time we have to devote to ourselves after school and work have drained what's left of our energy. So something's gotta give. We here at the Daily challenged our- selves to give up something that consumes our lives for one week. The goal was to determine something that sucked from our wallets or from the precious 24 hours we're given each day. Or maybe just something that makes us feel vain or lethargic. Below are the experiences we had. Some failed, some wept but most found going without surprisingly liberating. Read on and challenge yourself to see what you could give up. EATING OUT I generally eat out a lot in the course of a week because I am often too lazy to muster up the energy to go to the gro...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

PEANUT BUTTER JUST WATER If I had to rank the world's greatest inventors of the last 200 years in order of their importance, every single one would pale in comparison to George Washington Carver. Thomas Edison? Who? Alfred Einstein? Psh. Carver, who was a civil rights hero, invented the greatest food on the planet. Who cares about theories of relativity or incandes- cent bulbs when you can eat your results? For me, peanut butter wasn't just a comfort food or an excuse to relive childhood by having a PB&J sandwich and a glass of milk way past the age when such things are acceptable. The fact is, although peanut butter is a great food for kids because of its high protein con- tent, if s not so great for us old- er kids. Unless you're a health nut, there's no way to burn off the insane amount of fat in just a tablespoon of the heavenly spread. I figured it was time to see what would happen if I gave up my favorite chunky controlled substance. The last time I had to do without was ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

MIRRORS Reversing out of my driveway, I check my rearview mirror and step on the brake. The yellow Post-It I stuck to my mirror calls for my attention. "Check only for cars," it says. "Not to be used for applying mascara." Ditto. I had forgotten that I put a note on my rearview mirror — and on every other reflective surface for that matter — the night before to help remind me of my week's assignment: Go a whole week without looking in a mirror. "What difference does it make?" my sister asks me. She likes to remind me that no mat- ter how much time I stand in front of the mirror fixing myself up, I still end up looking like I just woke up and I still end up walking out the door with the same old jeans and T-shirt at- tire. In all truth, she's right. But I soon discover that there are many practical reasons to use a mirror. How, for example, do I know if one of the seeds from my bagel this morning stuck between my teeth, if my shirt looks as tight as it feels or if I accidently put o...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

 11 Sign Up It's free and anyone can join First Name: Last Name: Your Email: New Password: lam: Select Sex: Birthday: Month: Day: Year: w\ Why do I need to provide this? Create a Page for a celebrity, band or business. ??? » Friends Badges • Careers • About • Advertising • Developers • Privacy • Terms • Help though I was unaware of what was going on in my life because I couldn't see the picture of one of my best friends and her new boyfriend or post on another best friend's wall on her birth- day. I did fail once. I was trying to contact a friend of mine to help one of the other writers find a person to talk to about the new iPhone. I felt guilty but tempted to look at my new notifi- cations and the friend request that I had waiting for me, but I went only to my friend's page and then exited out quickly. Whenever my husband got on Facebook, I would peak over his shoulder to see what his friends were doing, to get a Face- book fix. He teased me, saying I was breaking the rule...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 16 July 2010

Beating the Texas Heat By Josh Pherigo • Staff Writer Part II: The Texas Factory Tour Everyone wants to stay cool this summer and most folks want to save some money while they're at it. But not everyone's an outdoors type. And while Texas boasts plenty of awe-inspir- ing parks, some people still want their air condi- tioning, and who can blame them? So here are three must-see indoor spots, all within a short drive. Get ready to experience some distinct Texas flavor with- out bursting into flames. Bureau of Engraving and Printing One of only two plants in the country that prints paper money, the Fort Worth Bureau of Engraving and Printing is a must-see for anyone who hasn't gone before. Completely free to get in and take a tour, partici- pants are led on a guided trip around the facility. Walking rc on a raised platform with large windows to allow views into the printing rooms, visitors can watch as wall-sized sheets of uncut bills are stacked on pallets like plywood. Billions of do...

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