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Five Eagle Landing food hacks

    Five Eagle Landing food hacks

By now you’ve probably already visited Eagle Landing, UNT’s newest and largest cafeteria — and if you haven’t, why not? The menu at Eagle Landing stays fairly consistent from day-to-day

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New dining hall Eagle Landing set to land in January

    New dining hall Eagle Landing set to land in January

Construction crews are nearing completion on the new two-story dining hall, named Eagle Landing Cafeteria, which is set to replace Kerr Cafeteria next January. Eagle Landing Cafeteria will feature seven

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Disability Inclusion Society hosts forum on police and people with disabilites

    Disability Inclusion Society hosts forum on police and people with disabilites

Around 40 Denton community members and activists joined together Thursday to discuss police relations and mistreatment with the disabled community in a meeting hosted by the Disability Inclusion Society. The

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Denton Police prepares for new bystandership prevention program

    Denton Police prepares for new bystandership prevention program

The Denton Police Department will be one of the first agencies in the U.S. to roll out a new training program that aims to reduce unnecessary harms between officers and

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Project to help blind students navigate campus may come to fruition soon

    Project to help blind students navigate campus may come to fruition soon

The Graduate Student Council discussed ways it can support disabled students, including a project to help guide blind students across

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College Inn to close by end of semester

    College Inn to close by end of semester

This story has been updated. College Inn will close operations by the end of the fall 2020 semester, leaving residents

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President Smatresk outlines COVID-19 strategies at digital State of the University

    President Smatresk outlines COVID-19 strategies at digital State of the University

President Neal Smatresk went into detail about the university’s COVID-19 response strategy and plans to become a “next-generation institution” during

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UNT administrators give more context on ousted Chinese scholars after briefing from local, federal law enforcement

    UNT administrators give more context on ousted Chinese scholars after briefing from local, federal law enforcement

UNT administrators shed light on the recent expulsion of 15 visiting Chinese researchers in an email to faculty Thursday, alleging

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Graduate Student Council hears update on Chinese scholars barred from university

    Graduate Student Council hears update on Chinese scholars barred from university

The Graduate Student Council discussed at Tuesday’s senate meeting the university’s decision to remove scholarships and J-1 visas for Chinese

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Denton City Council postpones May elections, limits gathering sizes at Friday meeting

    Denton City Council postpones May elections, limits gathering sizes at Friday meeting

The Denton City Council voted Friday to tighten restrictions on public gatherings and postpone May elections in a series of

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