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    TV journalist Don Lemon talks truth advocacy, shares advice in campus lecture

TV journalist Don Lemon talks truth advocacy, shares advice in campus lecture

Longtime TV journalist Don Lemon spoke to a crowd of several hundred people in the Auditorium Building Thursday about what drew him to his career, the importance of truth advocacy in journalism and offered attendees advice that he received along the way. Lemon was the final guest speaker in the

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    UNT SURE Center aims to change views on substance use after name change last month

UNT SURE Center aims to change views on substance use after name change last month

Formerly known as the Substance Abuse Resource Center (SARC), the UNT program devoted to educating students about alcohol and substance use is now known as the Substance Use Resource and Education Center (SURE). “The idea behind our name change is really kind of the culmination of both research and us

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    Ethics complaint filed against councilmembers Armintor and Meltzer

Ethics complaint filed against councilmembers Armintor and Meltzer

An ethics complaint against Denton city council members for At Large Places 5 and 6, Deb Armintor and Paul Meltzer, was filed on Monday, according to correspondences with councilwoman Armintor. The nature of the complaint and the identity of the complainant remains confidential until the complaint is either dismissed or

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    Fracking in Denton potentially releasing dangerous fumes, adding to pollution

Fracking in Denton potentially releasing dangerous fumes, adding to pollution

According to the city of Denton’s interactive oil well map, there are several active oil wells near Hickory Creek, Old Alton Road and the Denton Country Club. One in particular near McKenna Park, though currently inactive, has been deemed a possible culprit for high levels of the carcinogen Benzene.  There has

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    Changes to be recommended in selective service registration

Changes to be recommended in selective service registration

A federal judge in Houston recently ruled that a male-only draft is unconstitutional on the basis that women can now serve in combat roles like men do. “In short, while historical restrictions on women in the military may have justified past discrimination, men and women are now ‘similarly situated for purposes

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    Save and Soar tuition plan to replace Eagle Express this fall

Save and Soar tuition plan to replace Eagle Express this fall

Student Financial Services is proposing a new fixed-rate tuition plan to replace the Eagle Express plan for fall 2019 incoming freshmen and transfer students in response to community feedback and critical evaluation. The Save and Soar plan will still allow students to maintain the same tuition rate over four consecutive

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    Jesse Davis talks campaign platform

Jesse Davis talks campaign platform

Jesse Davis, an attorney with the Denton County District Attorney’s Office and chairman of the city’s Board of Ethics, entered the race for Denton City Council District 3 after filing with the city last month in a last-minute shake-up following another candidate’s withdrawal due to conflicts of interest. As a candidate

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    North Texas Daily honored with 7 TIPA awards

North Texas Daily honored with 7 TIPA awards

The staff of the North Texas Daily, along with other student media organizations in the Mayborn School of Journalism, were recognized for journalistic excellence on March 16 by the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. In the Division 1 competitions, student journalists from 13 large Texas universities and colleges, vied in broadcast,

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    UNT Greek Life Center approved for early voting and Election Day polling location

UNT Greek Life Center approved for early voting and Election Day polling location

In a 6-0 vote on Tuesday, the Denton City Council approved the UNT Greek Life Center as an early voting and Election Day voting location for the city council elections. With their vote, they also approved Robson Ranch as an early and Election Day voting location along with eight other

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    UNT Chapter of Theta Chi suspended until 2022 following investigation into hazing

UNT Chapter of Theta Chi suspended until 2022 following investigation into hazing

The Dean of Students office suspended UNT’s chapter of Theta Chi until 2022 on Feb. 4 following an investigation that found them responsible for breaking the IX-F-2, IX-F-5 and IX-G sections of the Code of Student Conduct. These sections are about hazing, underage drinking and law or university policy violations,

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