Posts From Michelle Nguyen

UNT five year plan the focus of Smatresk’s 2019 State of the University address

    UNT five year plan the focus of Smatresk’s 2019 State of the University address

UNT president Neal Smatresk discussed a five year plan to improve the university to a full audience of students, faculty, alumni and donors at the Murchison Performing Arts Center during

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New bike lanes to be approved on Hickory Street

    New bike lanes to be approved on Hickory Street

The Denton City Council favored an option to remove parking from West Hickory Street to create space for a new bike lane during a recent work session. The bike lane is

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Equity and Diversity Conference examines bias, interpersonal interaction

    Equity and Diversity Conference examines bias, interpersonal interaction

About 500 students, faculty and community attended the 19th annual Equity and Diversity Conference, which took place Thursday in the Union. This year’s theme, “Beyond the Surface: Examining Implicit Bias,”

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Third annual eating disorder awareness walk moves to the Square, raises more than $3,700

    Third annual eating disorder awareness walk moves to the Square, raises more than $3,700

More than 200 people gathered at the Denton County Courthouse and raised a total of $3,753 for the third annual National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) Walk on Saturday morning in

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Sexy Week promotes sexual positivity, safety

    Sexy Week promotes sexual positivity, safety

The Meadows Center for Health Resources held its annual “Sexy Week” events from Feb. 11-14 to promote students’ sexual health

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On-campus food pantry creating $20 meal plan

    On-campus food pantry creating $20 meal plan

Students who visit UNT’s food pantry will now be provided with a $20 weekly meal plan developed by the Student

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Project Invent club works to improve lives of those with autism through assistive technology

    Project Invent club works to improve lives of those with autism through assistive technology

A student-run club is working to improve the lives of individuals with autism by inventing assistive technology and debuted their

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DCTA updates structure to simplify, encourage ridership

    DCTA updates structure to simplify, encourage ridership

The Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) implemented a new fare and service structure on Jan. 14 in order to simplify

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