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College of Music cancels rehearsals, recitals and all concerts due to coronavirus concerns

    College of Music cancels rehearsals, recitals and all concerts due to coronavirus concerns

The College of Music announced concerts are cancelled for the rest of the semester and classes are moving online through the summer of 2020 amid concerns about COVID-19, according to

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Hispanic Student Association helps Venezuela and Puerto Rico through donations

    Hispanic Student Association helps Venezuela and Puerto Rico through donations

For the last three years, the UNT Hispanic Student Association has collected cash donations to help people in Venezuela. This year it decided to collect items that could help people

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Nueva directora guía al Coro de Mujeres en UNT al semestre de primavera

    Nueva directora guía al Coro de Mujeres en UNT al semestre de primavera

Con una nueva directora, el Coro de Mujeres en UNT espera mantener comunidad, presentar diferentes culturas y desafiar los miembros avanzados este semestre. Kari Adams comenzó como directora del Coro

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New director leads UNT’s Women’s Chorus into the spring semester

    New director leads UNT’s Women’s Chorus into the spring semester

With a new director, the UNT Women’s Chorus hopes to encourage community, highlight different cultures and challenge singers this semester. Kari Adams started directing the Women’s Chorus in the fall

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From Iowa to Texas, UNT student pursues passion for music

    From Iowa to Texas, UNT student pursues passion for music

As a young girl, jazz studies senior Jessica Fuller would get up on tables and dance on top of them, singing

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UNT alumna releases EP ‘Made to Grow’ after two years

    UNT alumna releases EP ‘Made to Grow’ after two years

On a small stage, a UNT alumna fiddled with the voice tuner and practiced long notes. As her set began,

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‘Nathan the Wise’ remains relevant despite being set during the crusades

    ‘Nathan the Wise’ remains relevant despite being set during the crusades

Inside the University Theater at UNT’s RTFP Building, the stage is set to resemble a small historic town. After actors

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Denton resident and business owner finds passion for weaving

    Denton resident and business owner finds passion for weaving

While browsing around SCRAP Denton, resident Jeanna Dunlap found an old purse handle to use in her next loom piece.

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DFW resident exposes people to Colombian culture through Guajira Wayuu bags

    DFW resident exposes people to Colombian culture through Guajira Wayuu bags

While on vacation in Mexico with her son, Karla Aguilera discovered Guajira Wayuu bags. The bags, which are hand-woven, feature

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Transfer student pursues dream to be on New York Fashion Week

    Transfer student pursues dream to be on New York Fashion Week

In a sketchbook, UNT fashion design junior Alicia Crayton has sketches from her first fashion collection, including one with a

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