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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 campus with their sense of hearing, at its October meeting

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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 to choose other on-campus housing or cancel their spring 2021

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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 the first-ever digital State of the University address Thursday afternoon.

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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 the university expelled them after receiving “specific and credible information”

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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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President Trump announces temporary halt on federal student loan payments

    President Trump announces temporary halt on federal student loan payments

The federal government will suspend student loan payments for 60 days due to coronavirus concerns and economic constraints, according to

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Denton police chief discusses Tarver bodycam footage at community forum

    Denton police chief discusses Tarver bodycam footage at community forum

Just hours after releasing the video of Denton police shooting and killing a former UNT student, Denton Police Chief Frank

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Denton police release bodycam footage of officers killing Darius Tarver

    Denton police release bodycam footage of officers killing Darius Tarver

Warning: This video contains graphic footage of officers using lethal force on former UNT student Darius Tarver and contains explicit

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Q&A with Kevin Tarver, father of Darius Tarver

    Q&A with Kevin Tarver, father of Darius Tarver

Around 3 a.m. on Jan. 1, Denton police responded to a call about a man breaking lights at The Forum

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