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PAC for Democratic mothers endorses Alison Maguire for city council

    PAC for Democratic mothers endorses Alison Maguire for city council

A political action committee for electing Democratic mothers endorsed Alison Maguire for City Council District 4, along with three other local candidates, for the May 1 special election. Vote Mama

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Gov. Greg Abbott to remove mask mandate, reopen all businesses 100 percent

    Gov. Greg Abbott to remove mask mandate, reopen all businesses 100 percent

Gov. Greg Abbott announced during a press conference on March 2 he will remove all state mask mandates and Texas businesses will open “100 percent” effective March 10. In counties where

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Graduate Student Council reviews legislation for disability inclusion, equity

    Graduate Student Council reviews legislation for disability inclusion, equity

The Graduate Student Council reviewed pieces of pending legislation at Monday and Wednesday’s senate meetings which aim to improve equity and inclusivity for students who have disabilities. GSC President Tiffany

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University announces in-person graduation ceremonies for class of 2021, 2020

    University announces in-person graduation ceremonies for class of 2021, 2020

President Neal Smatresk announced via email Thursday the class of 2021 will have two in-person commencement ceremonies on April 30 and May 1, while spring and summer 2020 graduates are

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National poll worker shortage due to pandemic calls for younger generations to take up the torch

    National poll worker shortage due to pandemic calls for younger generations to take up the torch

A nationwide shortage of poll workers due to the pandemic could mean less access to polling locations and longer wait

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Tuition, student fees likely to stay same for fall despite some students’ opinions

    Tuition, student fees likely to stay same for fall despite some students’ opinions

Some students are calling for the university to reduce the cost of mandatory student fees and tuition, citing they face

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University will close in honor of Juneteenth

    University will close in honor of Juneteenth

The university will close Friday to honor Juneteenth, a day which commemorates the emancipation of the last slaves in Texas,

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President Neal Smatresk to hold private meeting on diversity, inclusion

    President Neal Smatresk to hold private meeting on diversity, inclusion

President Neal Smatresk announced in a tweet he will meet with student leaders Wednesday to discuss how the university’s senior

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Presidential town hall gives insight to university’s plans for summer, fall semester

    Presidential town hall gives insight to university’s plans for summer, fall semester

President Neal Smatresk held a town hall Monday with Provost Jennifer Cowley and Vice President of Student Affairs Elizabeth With

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UNT awarded $29.01 million from CARES Act

    UNT awarded $29.01 million from CARES Act

The university will receive $29.01 million from the CARES Act, a coronavirus emergency relief bill unanimously passed by Congress in

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