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Posts From Ileana Garnand

More online courses, degrees in store for upcoming semesters

    More online courses, degrees in store for upcoming semesters

As Denton Independent School District moves to incorporate more permanent virtual learning options, the university is also adopting some changes made in the wake of COVID-19 for upcoming semesters. Students

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SGA passes resolution to pay hourly workers wages lost during Winter Storm Uri

    SGA passes resolution to pay hourly workers wages lost during Winter Storm Uri

The Student Government Association passed a resolution Wednesday night calling for the university to pay hourly workers for the scheduled time they were unable to work for last week during

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Donation drive seeks to meet needs of homeless with sexual health, menstrual products

    Donation drive seeks to meet needs of homeless with sexual health, menstrual products

One student has brought together the political science department and university organizations for a menstrual hygiene and sexual health donation drive for homeless people in a time where they are

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Winter storm leaves lasting impact on campus

    Winter storm leaves lasting impact on campus

The effects of last week’s below-freezing temperatures are ongoing as the winter storm left several UNT facilities with damage and caused the university’s closure which threw courses off schedule. Dining

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University crimes rates remain low despite higher incidents of reporting

    University crimes rates remain low despite higher incidents of reporting

Trigger warning: sexual assault and sexual violence  Despite a rise in reports to the Survivor Advocate office, reported crime on

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State of the City Address touches on post-graduation prospects, infrastructure and vaccinations

    State of the City Address touches on post-graduation prospects, infrastructure and vaccinations

Denton Mayor Gerard Hudspeth and city Human Resources Manager Tiffany Thompson hosted a virtual State of the City address on

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Professor sues university, coworkers, students amidst accusations of racism

    Professor sues university, coworkers, students amidst accusations of racism

College of Music Professor Timothy Jackson filed a lawsuit on Jan. 14 against the university, as well as 18 individual

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Students discuss university pay as Biden proposes $15 minimum wage

    Students discuss university pay as Biden proposes $15 minimum wage

As President Joe Biden takes steps in attempt to raise the federal hourly minimum wage to $15, student workers reflect

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Mayborn School of Journalism receives $500,000 NBC grant

    Mayborn School of Journalism receives $500,000 NBC grant

The university announced Jan. 14 NBCUniversal has pledged to give a $500,000 diversity grant to the Mayborn School of Journalism,

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Young Conservatives of Texas files lawsuit against UNT over tuition differences for out-of-state students of undocumented status

    Young Conservatives of Texas files lawsuit against UNT over tuition differences for out-of-state students of undocumented status

The Young Conservatives of Texas, YCT, represented by the Texas Public Policy Foundation, has filed a lawsuit against the university

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