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UNT to compete in varsity esports with new program starting fall 2018

    UNT to compete in varsity esports with new program starting fall 2018

UNT will officially compete at the varsity level in esports beginning in fall 2018, with four teams for the games Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, League of Legends and Overwatch.

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TX HD-64 candidates discuss primary race, public education at heated runoff debate

    TX HD-64 candidates discuss primary race, public education at heated runoff debate

About two dozen people attended the runoff debate between Texas House District 64 candidates Andrew Morris and Mat Pruneda from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday. Joseph Trinkle, the former news

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Spring 2018 policy updates include changes to harassment, disability policies

    Spring 2018 policy updates include changes to harassment, disability policies

The UNT Policy Office has updated the university’s sexual harassment policy to comply with Texas law and updated the disability accommodation policy to make the Office of Disability Accommodation “the clearinghouse for all decisions regarding

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Hundreds turn out for Town Hall with Texas’ Democratic Candidate for US Senate Beto O’Rourke

    Hundreds turn out for Town Hall with Texas’ Democratic Candidate for US Senate Beto O’Rourke

Hundreds of people attended a town hall with Beto O’Rourke, Texas’ Democratic candidate for U.S. Senator. The town hall took place from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday at the

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Understanding free speech at UNT: no restrictions on speech, caveats for amplification or displays

    Understanding free speech at UNT: no restrictions on speech, caveats for amplification or displays

Free speech at UNT can be a confusing topic as students wonder where demonstrators such as street preachers and student

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2018 Point-in-Time count reveals homeless children, chronically homeless decreased while total homeless increased

    2018 Point-in-Time count reveals homeless children, chronically homeless decreased while total homeless increased

The 2018 Denton Point-in-Time homelessness count revealed a large drop in the number of homeless children in Denton County, and

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UNT to adjust 83 faculty salaries following equity study and concerns about competitive pay

    UNT to adjust 83 faculty salaries following equity study and concerns about competitive pay

Eighty-three faculty members – eight assistant professors and 75 continuing faculty – will receive a salary adjustment following a study

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UNT to host ‘Embrace Your Voice’ events during Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    UNT to host ‘Embrace Your Voice’ events during Sexual Assault Awareness Month

UNT is set to observe Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) throughout April, emphasizing this year’s theme “Embrace Your Voice” at a

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Denton’s March For Our Lives draws hundreds to Square to advocate for gun control

    Denton’s March For Our Lives draws hundreds to Square to advocate for gun control

Denton residents participated in a March For Our Lives demonstration from 4 to 6 p.m., Saturday, bringing hundreds of people

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Texas primary election 2018: O’Rourke to face Cruz in midterms, Democratic gubernatorial race headed to runoff

    Texas primary election 2018: O’Rourke to face Cruz in midterms, Democratic gubernatorial race headed to runoff

Texas held the first of the nation’s 2018 primary elections on Tuesday. The Democratic gubernatorial primary election resulted in a

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