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Review: ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ stuns

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By Chris Crymes Entertainment Editor Image courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures There has been no shortage of narratives on racial injustice over the past year. With the murder of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Atatiana Jefferson and many others at the hands of police and sheriff departments nationwide,...

President Biden proceeds on plans to prevent climate change

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By Brianna Murphy News Editor The Biden administration seeks climate crisis relief while Texas Gov. Greg Abbott believes it threatens the Texas economy. Within his first months of office, President Joseph R. Biden plans to establish changes to environmental policy. According to biden.org, “Biden believes the Green...

Collaborative Bell Tower Arts Journal features student work

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By Ashley Wilkinson Contributing Writer The beloved Bell Tower chimes every half hour. It creates a symphony with the drum beat of students typing lecture notes on a Microsoft Word document, the vibration of cheers from the stands as the Apaches win another sports game and...

Record breaking temperatures, weather swept through East Texas

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By Andrea Valdez Broadcast News Director Photos by Chris Swann In the week leading up to the impending snowstorm in Texas, no one could have predicted the amount of damage the state would experience during this historic event. Instructions were given on how to layer up to...