Posts From Jacqueline Guerrero

Public transit is the best and cheapest way to travel

    Public transit is the best and cheapest way to travel

There’s nothing wrong with taking public transportation. If anything more people should be riding trains and buses because it’s better for the environment, according to National Express Transit. Think about it,

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Students in a course should get exams with equal difficulty

    Students in a course should get exams with equal difficulty

College is already stressful, so why do some professors feel the need to make it harder for us college students? Stick to the basics, Give us materials to read and/or

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Cyber forensics lab develops device to detect scammers

    Cyber forensics lab develops device to detect scammers

The UNT Cyber Forensics Laboratory is working with local police departments on a project to detect skimmers — devices placed over swipe slots and sometimes keypads at sale terminals, gas pumps

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IT analysts notice a decrease in no-shows to advising appointments

    IT analysts notice a decrease in no-shows to advising appointments

Department advisers at UNT have seen a sudden increase in attendance rates for advising appointments with the addition of Appointment Manager — an online portal allowing current and new coming students

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Adam Fein talks about his new role as vice president for digital strategy and innovation

    Adam Fein talks about his new role as vice president for digital strategy and innovation

On Nov. 1 Adam Fein joined UNT as the new vice president for digital strategy and innovation. Fein talked to

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UNT Health Science Center and TCU will begin accepting applications for new School of Medicine Nov. 12

    UNT Health Science Center and TCU will begin accepting applications for new School of Medicine Nov. 12

UNT Health Science Center and Texas Christian University recently entered a partnership for a joint School of Medicine located in

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The city of Denton plans to add a bike lane on Hickory Street

    The city of Denton plans to add a bike lane on Hickory Street

Following the City of Denton’s approved Bicycle Plan, Denton is trying to construct a bike lane along the majority of

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UNT’s Emergency Management staff working on after action report

    UNT’s Emergency Management staff working on after action report

The Emergency Management and Safety Services staff attended a Tabletop Exercise on Oct. 11 and are working on an action report on tornado

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University sees 22 percent increase in North Texas Giving Day donations

    University sees 22 percent increase in North Texas Giving Day donations

UNT’s raised $10,866 in 18 hours for the annual North Texas Giving Day Campaign, said Nicole Sprowl director of annual giving

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UNT adds 5 new degree programs

    UNT adds 5 new degree programs

UNT has added five new degree programs to five different college departments, including both bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Three of those

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