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2019 Texas Legislature Roundup: What bills passed and failed

    2019 Texas Legislature Roundup: What bills passed and failed

Featured Image: People walk outside the U.S. Capitol after Senate leaders announced a deal to end the government shutdown, Wednesday, October 16, 2013, in Washington, D.C. Photo courtesy of Olivier Douliery/Abaca

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UNT Esports program offers $20,000 in scholarships

    UNT Esports program offers $20,000 in scholarships

Featured Image: UNT eSports coordinator Dylan Wray at The Nest in Chilton Hall on February 23, 2019. Image by: Emily Olkkola University of North Texas’ esports program announced $20,000 in scholarships

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Renewed calls for justice in the death of a Chinese student attending Denton US Aviation Academy

    Renewed calls for justice in the death of a Chinese student attending Denton US Aviation Academy

There are renewed calls for justice in the death of 21-year-old Yang Yan, a Chinese student at the Denton US Aviation Academy, following a tweet that calls out the lack

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Davis wins District 3, Hudspeth and Ryan elected to second terms

    Davis wins District 3, Hudspeth and Ryan elected to second terms

Denton municipal elections took place on May 4, with various city council and mayoral seats up for grabs around the county. With 421,505 registered voters, 22,597 ballots were cast in

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CVAD SGA senators working to make Art Closet a reality for students

    CVAD SGA senators working to make Art Closet a reality for students

Student Government Association senators representing the College of Visual Arts and Design Asia Youngs-Bailey and Kiasi Young, with help from

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Panel discusses disability perspectives, possibilities in Denton community

    Panel discusses disability perspectives, possibilities in Denton community

Around 20 people attended the “Disability in the Denton Community: Perspectives and Possibilities” panel held Saturday afternoon at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center. This

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SGA Senate fails to overrule Kara’s veto, Separation of Powers resolution fails to pass at Wednesday’s meeting

    SGA Senate fails to overrule Kara’s veto, Separation of Powers resolution fails to pass at Wednesday’s meeting

The Student Government Association Senate did not override SGA President Kara’s veto of a bill declaring a mistrial for the

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SGA voter turnout down for third year in a row

    SGA voter turnout down for third year in a row

A total of 1,265 students, or 3.6 percent of the student body, voted in this year’s SGA elections, down from

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Astronomy center damaged by last week’s storms

    Astronomy center damaged by last week’s storms

Storms on April 17 caused what could be hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages to three custom telescope sheds

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SGA President Kara vetoes Senate’s bill declaring a mistrial

    SGA President Kara vetoes Senate’s bill declaring a mistrial

Student Government Association President Muhammad Kara vetoed the Senate’s bill declaring the April 2 SGA Supreme Court case a mistrial. The

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