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More COVID-19 financial aid will be available to students in the spring

The university has allocated between $20 and 24 million in emergency student aid for the upcoming semester through the COVID-19 Student Success Award using the third iteration of the Higher Education
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More COVID-19 financial aid will be available to students in the spring

Michael R. Williams named as university system chancellor replacement

Fort Worth Health Science Center President Dr. Michael R. Williams has been named as the next UNT system chancellor, to replace Lesa Roe effective on Jan. 1. “It’s a great
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Michael R. Williams named as university system chancellor replacement

Mean Greens Cafe celebrates 10 years, looks toward future expansions

The nation’s first all-vegan dining hall, which stands behind Maple Hall on the south side of campus, began crafting award-winning vegan recipes 10 years ago and introduced an on-campus hydroponic
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Mean Greens Cafe celebrates 10 years, looks toward future expansions

University does not anticipate changes to vaccination requirements as federal mandate is taken to court

The university does not anticipate any changes to its voluntary vaccination program in light of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton suing President Joe Biden’s administration over vaccination requirements for federal
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University does not anticipate changes to vaccination requirements as federal mandate is taken to court

Denton activist works to restore historic Black cemetery

Unlocking the hinge of the creaky metal gate, 75-year-old Denton County NAACP President and local activist Willie Hudspeth slowly makes his way into St. John’s Cemetery. Fallen leaves crunch under
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Denton activist works to restore historic Black cemetery
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    Debate team celebrates success, looks to keep momentum throughout the spring

Debate team celebrates success, looks to keep momentum throughout the spring

This semester, the UNT debate team has seen success competing in 16 state and national tournaments, placing 6th at the Texas State-Level Competition and having over a dozen members qualify

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    On-campus road construction to begin in December, with potential future projects in summer 2022

On-campus road construction to begin in December, with potential future projects in summer 2022

The city of Denton will begin reconstruction on North Texas Boulevard following the university’s December commencement ceremonies. The $5 million project is funded by the 2012 and 2014 city bond

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    More COVID-19 financial aid will be available to students in the spring

More COVID-19 financial aid will be available to students in the spring

The university has allocated between $20 and 24 million in emergency student aid for the upcoming semester through the COVID-19 Student Success Award using the third iteration of the Higher Education

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    Michael R. Williams named as university system chancellor replacement

Michael R. Williams named as university system chancellor replacement

Fort Worth Health Science Center President Dr. Michael R. Williams has been named as the next UNT system chancellor, to replace Lesa Roe effective on Jan. 1. “It’s a great

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    University to raise housing rates, not tuition

University to raise housing rates, not tuition

The Board of Regents voted unanimously to raise the prices of housing and meal plans for the 2022-2023 academic semester at this month’s meeting while declining to vote on a proposal

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    Two months after going into effect, Texas abortion bill argued in front of Supreme Court 

Two months after going into effect, Texas abortion bill argued in front of Supreme Court 

Over two months have passed since the Supreme Court voted 5-4 to allow Texas’ controversial abortion bill to be enacted into law. The medical procedure has been essentially halted across

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    Student Government Association update Eagle’s Nest policies at last meeting of semester

Student Government Association update Eagle’s Nest policies at last meeting of semester

The Student Government Association held its last meeting of the semester on Wednesday, where it reviewed the senate’s fall budget and approved two pieces of legislation. “I’m excited for the

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    Who is eligible for the COVID-19 booster shot and where to access it

Who is eligible for the COVID-19 booster shot and where to access it

The Food and Drug Administration has expanded the eligibility of the Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine booster shots to include the widest population of Americans to date. 

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    Denton City Council to further discuss marijuana decriminalization

Denton City Council to further discuss marijuana decriminalization

The Denton City Council is exploring the possibility of city marijuana policy reform and decriminalization. On Nov. 2, council member Deb Armintor presented an ordinance written by Decriminalize Denton, a

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    Student Government Association meets with administration to discuss tuition increase

Student Government Association meets with administration to discuss tuition increase

The Student Government Association met with university staff Wednesday to address questions and concerns from students regarding the proposed tuition increase scheduled to be voted on in late November. “The

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    Dentonpalooza represents the best and wackiest of Denton

Dentonpalooza represents the best and wackiest of Denton

What started as a joke festival poster of Denton oddities has turned into a charity event that captures the essence of Denton: wacky and weird.  “If you are doing something

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    Media arts sophomore premieres feature film ‘Black Box’

Media arts sophomore premieres feature film ‘Black Box’

Over the course of a year and a half, media arts sophomore Michael Scott wrote, produced, directed, edited and is now screening his first feature-length film “Black Box.” Scott began

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    Senior photography art exhibit serves as creative sendoff

Senior photography art exhibit serves as creative sendoff

TECHNE: Fall 2021 UNT BFA Photography Exhibition features work from 10 senior Bachelor of Fine Arts students and serves as their final send-off before graduation. The name TECHNE comes from

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    Art collective creates new opportunities for Denton art scene

Art collective creates new opportunities for Denton art scene

The Denton art scene has a new player in the game when it comes to creating art shows and events.  Artners n Crime is a new art collective that plans

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    Dentonpalooza hosts wacky charity event this weekend

Dentonpalooza hosts wacky charity event this weekend

Coming up is Denton’s newest, wacky charity event Dentonpalooza, highlighting the sights, characters and sounds that make Denton unique.  Dentonpalooza will be held at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios at 411

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    North Texas organizers aim to give a hand up through mutual aid

North Texas organizers aim to give a hand up through mutual aid

A small table full of pizza, Narcan and contraceptives sit on the corner of a bustling Dallas block. Three individuals with a small child in tow chat to anyone who

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    Denton Community Market concludes 12th year of sustainable sales

Denton Community Market concludes 12th year of sustainable sales

Every Saturday morning from April through November, patrons and vendors can be found at the Denton Community Market, held at the corner of South Carroll Boulevard and West Mulberry Street.

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    Denton Startup Crawl supports local creative economy

Denton Startup Crawl supports local creative economy

Stoke, a coworking, meeting and office space, can be found in Downtown Denton filled with entrepreneurs and freelancers on any given day. Stoke hosted its Denton Startup Crawl on Friday,

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    Alumna brings out the ‘eerie’ side of American suburbia

Alumna brings out the ‘eerie’ side of American suburbia

Through images and scenes of American suburbia, artist and university alumna Amber Hart explores the middle class.  “To be honest, the middle class has so much more character than the

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    Native American Student Association Red Dress Search brings awareness to MMIW crisis

Native American Student Association Red Dress Search brings awareness to MMIW crisis

Red dresses are spread across campus for the Native American Student Association’s latest project: the Red Dress Search.  As one of its programs for Native American Heritage Month, NASA began

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Sports
    Football captain’s importance extends beyond the stat sheet

Football captain’s importance extends beyond the stat sheet

The defensive line has been a strength for North Texas throughout their football season, with freshman defensive ends Grayson and Gabriel Murphy combining for 13.5 sacks. While captain and senior

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    ICYMI: Women’s basketball wins third in a row versus SMU

ICYMI: Women’s basketball wins third in a row versus SMU

The women’s basketball team played against Southern Methodist University in the Super Pit on Friday at 6:30 p.m. and beat the Mustangs 84-58 after shooting 47 percent from the field.

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    DeAndre Torrey reaches pinnacle in final season, reaches milestones

DeAndre Torrey reaches pinnacle in final season, reaches milestones

Senior running back DeAndre Torrey entered the media room on Nov. 27 out of breath with a shirt in his hand that read “Bowl Bound” across the front.   The Mississippi-raised

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    COLUMN: A look at football’s impeccable comeback in the face of failure

COLUMN: A look at football’s impeccable comeback in the face of failure

When North Texas football began the 2021 season 1-6 with six straight losses, those associated with the university expected a number of events to occur. Sure, five straight wins was

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    Women’s basketball soaring high going into matchup against metroplex rival SMU

Women’s basketball soaring high going into matchup against metroplex rival SMU

North Texas is facing off against Southern Methodist University tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. in the Super Pit after winning the Thanksgiving Classic hosted by Cal Poly last weekend. “We were

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    Football upsets No. 22 UTSA 45-23, gains bowl eligibility

Football upsets No. 22 UTSA 45-23, gains bowl eligibility

After starting 1-6 this season, North Texas football reached bowl eligibility Saturday afternoon with their sixth win of the season over No. 22 the University of Texas-San Antonio. The win

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Opinion
    Colleges have too many unnecessary degree requirements

Colleges have too many unnecessary degree requirements

At some point in college, every student experiences a moment where they are sitting in a classroom and suddenly stop to ask themselves, “What is the point of all this?”

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    This or That: Was Kyle Rittenhouse rightfully acquitted?

This or That: Was Kyle Rittenhouse rightfully acquitted?

Kyle Rittenhouse verdict backed by evidence On Aug. 25, 2020, Kyle Rittenhouse traveled from his hometown of Antioch to neighboring Kenosha to help out a community during the unrest that

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    Letter from the editor: St. Clair signs off

Letter from the editor: St. Clair signs off

How do I sum up nine semesters of lessons learned, people met and memories made in the correct words? My answer: I cannot, but I will give it my best

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    Parents need to actively teach children internet safety

Parents need to actively teach children internet safety

Today most children can access the internet and social media through their tablets, phones and computers. They quickly pick up on how to use and navigate their electronic systems and

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    Democrats could be responsible for a Trump 2024 win

Democrats could be responsible for a Trump 2024 win

As we are about to enter the new year, the 2024 presidential election is a lot closer than we think. The midterm elections in 2022 will also serve as a

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    Take retail workers into consideration during Black Friday

Take retail workers into consideration during Black Friday

In a little over a week, stores all over the country will be handing out deals for customers to take advantage of on Black Friday. It is a time where

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    Event organizers to blame for Astroworld tragedy,  not crowds

Event organizers to blame for Astroworld tragedy, not crowds

Watching the tragedy unfold at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival felt similar to watching a train wreck in slow motion. At first, information on the crowd crush only trickled out to

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    Can one separate the art from the artist?

Can one separate the art from the artist?

Humanity has been evolving as a species for a long time and one way we’ve improved is how we’ve held individuals accountable for crimes they’ve committed and the choices they’ve

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    Movie review scores should not deter viewer enjoyment

Movie review scores should not deter viewer enjoyment

With “Eternals” out, fans and haters alike can go to their local movie theater and form their own opinion on what they think of the latest Marvel film. It is

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    Journalists are ill-prepared for the post-truth era

Journalists are ill-prepared for the post-truth era

The day before the Virginia gubernatorial elections, political operatives sought to taint the opposition as supported by the Charlottesville rioters. It almost worked, but journalists fell for the bait. The

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The Dose
    ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ plays it safe for an underwhelming revival

‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ plays it safe for an underwhelming revival

For years, everyone has known who to call if there is something strange in their neighborhood. Just in case anyone forgot, we now have “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” as a reminder, the

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    5 essential songs for your Christmas playlist

5 essential songs for your Christmas playlist

Not many people listen to their car radio anymore, but if you do, it’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas. Three things are guaranteed to make you settle in

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    Conflicted ‘House of Gucci’ nowhere near as seductive as it promises

Conflicted ‘House of Gucci’ nowhere near as seductive as it promises

“Strong family makes a strong business.” Much like its central family, the “House of Gucci” should have it all: glamour, thrills and, above all, fun. A biographical crime drama directed

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    No true laughs or style in lackluster ‘Red Notice’

No true laughs or style in lackluster ‘Red Notice’

“It doesn’t matter what you do, only matters what they think you’ve done.” Writer-director Rawson Marshall Thurber’s  “Red Notice” is the kind of movie others make fun of for existing.

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    ‘The French Dispatch’ captures journalism in a bizarrely beautiful way

‘The French Dispatch’ captures journalism in a bizarrely beautiful way

There are not many times I get to write for a newspaper about a movie about a newspaper, so I am going to do my best to make the most

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    Silk Sonic makes audience swoon in soulful ’70s tribute

Silk Sonic makes audience swoon in soulful ’70s tribute

Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak met in 2017 while touring on Mars’s 24k Magic World Tour. Their friendship blossomed from that tour, and the pair’s mutual appreciation for ’70s era

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    ‘Dune’ adapts the classic sci-fi story in breathtaking fashion

‘Dune’ adapts the classic sci-fi story in breathtaking fashion

By Logan Thomson Frank Herbert’s seminal science fiction novel “Dune” is comparable to only a few in its genre in regard to impact and influence. Long considered “unfilmable” after numerous

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    Haunting ‘Spencer’ is a passionate, aching portrait of its icon

Haunting ‘Spencer’ is a passionate, aching portrait of its icon

“Here in this house, there is no future. Past and the present are the same thing.” What does it mean to have lived nearly your entire adult life under the

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    Season three of ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ gives the show eternal life

Season three of ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ gives the show eternal life

Season three of “What We Do in the Shadows,” also known as the greatest television show ever created, has finally wrapped up and shows no signs of becoming stale anytime

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    Chloé Zhao disappoints with ‘Eternals’ introduction to MCU

Chloé Zhao disappoints with ‘Eternals’ introduction to MCU

Though cinematically different and admittedly not the worst Marvel movie to grace the big screen, Chloé Zhao’s “Eternals” is rushed, lacks character development and attempts to take on too many storylines

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    How North Texas contributed to the Black Lives Matter Movement

How North Texas contributed to the Black Lives Matter Movement

The death of George Floyd has sparked more demonstrations within the Black Lives Matter Movement. Texas, along with the rest of the world, took to the streets to protest police

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    PHOTO GALLERY: Empty in the heart of Texas

PHOTO GALLERY: Empty in the heart of Texas

The North Texas Daily documented different places around Texas during the COVID-19 pandemic as shelter-in-place orders are in effect. As of 8 p.m. March 31, Harris, Dallas, Tarrant, Travis and

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    Students protest ICE at the UNT Library Mall on Wednesday

Students protest ICE at the UNT Library Mall on Wednesday

Students filled the UNT Library Mall in protest of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency on Oct. 9. The protest was held by the UNT College Democrats and the

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    Proud Partnership: Organizations come together in support of LGBTQ art

Proud Partnership: Organizations come together in support of LGBTQ art

Art and Pride found a home together on full-color zine pages and in the air of a packed venue during this year’s new collaboration between Spiderweb Salon and PRIDENTON. In

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    Denton Arts and Jazz Fest 2019 Photo Gallery

Denton Arts and Jazz Fest 2019 Photo Gallery

This past weekend, the 39th annual Denton Arts & Jazz Festival celebrated music and community at Quakertown Park. The festival has played host to thousands of music lovers across Texas,
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    Racist imagery found in past UNT yearbooks

Racist imagery found in past UNT yearbooks

Featured Image: From page 358 of the 1952 edition of The Yucca, members of the Mu Phi Epsilon National Music Honorary are pictured in blackface. Volume 45 of the Yucca.

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    Waka Flocka Flame fires up NXTX

Waka Flocka Flame fires up NXTX

Rapper Waka Flocka Flame took the stage at the sold-out Union Ballroom Friday night for a crowd of students. Flocka was headlining the fifth annual North by North Texas music
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    SXSW 2019

SXSW 2019

Festivalgoers and artists from around the world make the trek to Austin to celebrate art, music, tech, film and more during the city’s annual South by Southwest festival. From Denton’s
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Demonstrators spark student counter-protest in Library Mall

UNT students gathered at the Library Mall this afternoon after word spread that a small group of demonstrators appeared wielding signs that read “BLM are racist thugs,” “Every Real Muslim

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SXSW: Austin’s world renowned festival discovers Denton

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The university has issued an update to the COVID-19 Dashboard with the current count of COVID-19 cases as of Dec. 3.It is important to note that cases are removed once they have met CDC criteria for recovery.For more information: https://t.co/VhVlYTEfAB https://t.co/3uo7OMbfEg
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