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Gunshots reported in UNT parking lot near College Inn early Friday morning

The sounds of what police reported to be gunshots early Friday morning caused a stir at Lot 13 near UNT’s College Inn. At about 2:30 a.m., the sounds of gunshots

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UNT looking to extend President Smatresk’s contract beyond 2019

    UNT looking to extend President Smatresk’s contract beyond 2019

The UNT Board of Regents is looking to keep Neal Smatresk as president past the end of his current contract in 2019. The board recently voted unanimously “to delegate authority

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Denton New Horizons Band celebrates 20th anniversary with UNT concert, new scholarship fund

    Denton New Horizons Band celebrates 20th anniversary with UNT concert, new scholarship fund

The Denton New Horizons Band celebrated their 20th anniversary Monday evening with a concert at Winspear Hall at UNT’s Murchison Performing Arts Center. More than 200 people attended the concert,

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The Neighbourhood’s third album proves band’s inability to release a bad song

    The Neighbourhood’s third album proves band’s inability to release a bad song

Los Angeles-based alternative rock band The Neighbourhood began releasing new music last fall in the form of two EP’s: “Hard and To Imagine.” I was overjoyed that they had gifted

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UNT to introduce pod-style living with new residence hall

    UNT to introduce pod-style living with new residence hall

UNT’s upcoming and unnamed residence hall will feature pod-style student communities, private restrooms including accommodations for transgender and non-gender-binary students

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UNT to offer nonprofit leadership studies degree starting fall 2018

    UNT to offer nonprofit leadership studies degree starting fall 2018

Starting this fall, UNT will offer a bachelor of science in nonprofit leadership studies through the department of public administration.

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Denton county patrol sergeant arrested, fired for solicitation of a minor

A Denton county patrol sergeant has been fired following charges of online solicitation of a minor, according to a Denton

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Students and community members unite to walk for eating disorder awareness

    Students and community members unite to walk for eating disorder awareness

More than 300 people gathered Saturday morning at UNT’s Pohl Recreation Center to take part in the second annual National

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Interfaith women’s group Daughters of Abraham meet in Denton for first time

    Interfaith women’s group Daughters of Abraham meet in Denton for first time

A group of more than 20 women met at Emily Fowler Library Sunday afternoon for the first meeting of the

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Denton rent continues to increase

    Denton rent continues to increase

Rental rates for two-bedroom apartments in Denton rose 2.9 percent in 2017, according to a report by Rent Cafe. The average

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