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Track and field alumna gives SGA testimony on misconduct from head coach

    Track and field alumna gives SGA testimony on misconduct from head coach

Alumna Tatum Catalani-Henderson attended Wednesday’s Student Government Association meeting to discuss her experiences of inappropriate and homophobic remarks from Head Coach Carl Sheffield, a matter the university ruled as ‘unsubstantiated’.

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University now requires COVID-19 testing, urges compliance with Denton’s new mask mandate

    University now requires COVID-19 testing, urges compliance with Denton’s new mask mandate

New recommendations and requirements have been announced by the university following the City of Denton’s recently passed mask mandate. Mandatory COVID-19 testing will now be required for all students, faculty

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Know your rights as a college student

    Know your rights as a college student

Content warning: The following article contains language and themes surrounding sexual harassment, assault and misconduct that may be triggering. Reader discretion is advised.  As the beginning of the semester approaches,

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Professor’s sensor detects COVID-19 through breath, now being used in North Texas

    Professor’s sensor detects COVID-19 through breath, now being used in North Texas

A sensor able to detect COVID-19 on a person’s breath, developed by a professor in the Department of Chemistry, is now being used in North Texas. Guido Verbeck and his

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New CDC guidelines reinstate recommendations that North Texans wear a mask indoors

    New CDC guidelines reinstate recommendations that North Texans wear a mask indoors

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidance on Tuesday regarding face coverings as the country experiences a

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DCTA board of directors approves GoZone plan and what it means for Denton public transit riders

    DCTA board of directors approves GoZone plan and what it means for Denton public transit riders

The Denton County Transportation Authority board of directors unanimously approved Phase I of GoZone, an on-demand ride-share service slated to

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University concert stage returns to Arts & Jazz festival after receiving outside funding

    University concert stage returns to Arts & Jazz festival after receiving outside funding

The university’s concert stage at the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival will return this year after receiving funding from a

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Upcoming student service budget minimizes cuts this year, adds room for new university positions

    Upcoming student service budget minimizes cuts this year, adds room for new university positions

The university’s Student Service Fee Advisory Committee has finalized its student service budget for the upcoming 2022 fiscal year, after

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University partners with MedStar to deliver at-home vaccine doses, reopens on-campus clinic

    University partners with MedStar to deliver at-home vaccine doses, reopens on-campus clinic

The university has reopened its on-campus vaccination clinic while the Health Science Center has partnered with MedStar of Fort Worth

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Students hope to promote diverse music, local artists with alternative university radio station

    Students hope to promote diverse music, local artists with alternative university radio station

Two students are working to bring an alternative radio station to the university population in hopes of broadening students’ music

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