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New SGA legislation calls for Canvas shortcuts and braille sign improvements

    New SGA legislation calls for Canvas shortcuts and braille sign improvements

The Shortcuts for All UNT Computers, a proposed piece of legislation that will add a Canvas shortcut to campus computers, was passed during Wednesday’s Student Government Association meeting. Introduced by

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New Denton cryptocurrency mining facility promises high revenue, raises environmental impact concerns

The city of Denton has leased 31 acres of vacant land near the Denton Energy Center to cryptocurrency mining company Core Scientific Inc., which will use the space to power

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As DCTA deliberates, students weigh in on possible bus route elimination and GoZone fees

    As DCTA deliberates, students weigh in on possible bus route elimination and GoZone fees

The Denton County Transportation Authority is currently evaluating whether it will eliminate Denton Connect Routes 7 and 3, with a decision set to be made by March 2022. Route 7

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Disability Rights Texas files lawsuit against Gov. Abbott over school mask mandate ban

    Disability Rights Texas files lawsuit against Gov. Abbott over school mask mandate ban

Disability Rights Texas has filed the first federal lawsuit against Gov. Greg Abbott, alleging his executive order banning mask mandates puts students with disabilities at risk. The federally mandated protection

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SGA discuss mandatory testing, planned recreation center expansion with university administration

    SGA discuss mandatory testing, planned recreation center expansion with university administration

Final updates on the university’s mandatory testing program and a possible expansion of the Pohl Recreation Center were discussed during

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University officials address the use of the Eagle Alert emergency system

    University officials address the use of the Eagle Alert emergency system

University officials have addressed the use of the Eagle Alert emergency system in light of recent events, including when it

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Voluntary second phase of on-campus testing begins next week

    Voluntary second phase of on-campus testing begins next week

President Neal Smatresk announced in an official notice that a voluntary second phase of COVID-19 testing protocols will begin next

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SGA passes anti-discrimination legislation, discusses bus routes and COVID-19 updates

    SGA passes anti-discrimination legislation, discusses bus routes and COVID-19 updates

The Catalani-Henderson resolution, a proposed piece of legislation that will protect student athletes from discrimination and harassment, passed unanimously during

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State of the University address highlights new career development program and record enrollment numbers

    State of the University address highlights new career development program and record enrollment numbers

President Neal Smatresk spoke about the university’s strategic focus for the new year during the annual State of the University

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University does not expect an increase in gun violence following new unlicensed carry bill

    University does not expect an increase in gun violence following new unlicensed carry bill

Campus officials did not distribute a campus announcement of the unlicensed carry legislation, which was enacted Sept. 1, stating they

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