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Graduate Student Council prepares to increase student health, employment, inclusivity advocacy

    Graduate Student Council prepares to increase student health, employment, inclusivity advocacy

The Graduate Student Council discussed plans to increase graduate student advocacy in the fall semester through student surveys regarding health insurance, additional focus on student employment and more inclusivity training

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“In-person ceremonies should still be on the table”: online graduation announcement leaves some students feeling disappointed

    “In-person ceremonies should still be on the table”: online graduation announcement leaves some students feeling disappointed

The university announced it will hold commencement ceremonies for spring and summer 2020 graduates online from Aug. 18 through Aug. 20, a decision some recent graduates said they found disappointing.

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Graduate Student Council reallocates funds for student aid, creates mental health committee

    Graduate Student Council reallocates funds for student aid, creates mental health committee

With a new mental health committee, the reallocation of funds and a secondary grade appeal system, the Graduate Student Council plans to continue its efforts to provide students with aid

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What to expect for fall parking, transportation during the pandemic

    What to expect for fall parking, transportation during the pandemic

As the pandemic and online and remote course delivery pose new questions for students about fall parking passes and public transportation, Transportation Services and the Denton County Transportation Authority are

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University responds to ICE’s international students policy

    University responds to ICE’s international students policy

This story has been updated. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced new international student guidelines Monday, requiring students with F-1

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Denton tests positive for West Nile virus, enters Risk Level 4

    Denton tests positive for West Nile virus, enters Risk Level 4

Denton entered Risk Level 4 of the city’s Mosquito Surveillance and Response plan June 24 following the threat of West

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