Posts From Zaira Perez

Local political groups condemn Michelle Beckley’s alleged racist comments

    Local political groups condemn Michelle Beckley’s alleged racist comments

Local Democratic and Republican groups have come out condemning racism after allegations of racism came out against newly elected state representative Michelle Beckley. Several local Democratic Party volunteers, activists and

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Investment from athletic fee referendum helped improve tailgating experience, athletics staffer says

    Investment from athletic fee referendum helped improve tailgating experience, athletics staffer says

Initiatives and investments from the athletic fee voted into place during the spring for the fall 2018 semester have helped increase student attendance and experience on game days, said Jared

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commUNrooTs: UNT faculty not reflective of diverse student body

    commUNrooTs: UNT faculty not reflective of diverse student body

Over the past five years, UNT has moved from being a predominantly white institution (PWI) to a minority serving institution (MSI), which means  50 percent of the student body are

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Burgess will keep Texas Congressional seat for eighth term

    Burgess will keep Texas Congressional seat for eighth term

Michael Burgess defeated challenger Linsey Fagan by 63,635 votes Tuesday in the race for Texas Congressional District 26, securing his eighth term. Burgess, a doctor, was first elected in 2002, while this

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Stucky victorious over Morris for District 64 seat of the Texas House of Representatives

    Stucky victorious over Morris for District 64 seat of the Texas House of Representatives

Republican incumbent Lynn Stucky defeated Democratic challenger Andrew Morris by margin of 8 percent to serve a second term for

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Election Day 2018: Here’s everything you need to know

    Election Day 2018: Here’s everything you need to know

Election Day 2018 is Tuesday, Nov. 6, and there is a lot of information out there about different candidates, races

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UNT students piece together history, racial violence in St. John’s freedmen’s community

    UNT students piece together history, racial violence in St. John’s freedmen’s community

After scouring through thousands of documents, four UNT history students found evidence of racial violence in the early 1900s in

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Student Affairs adjusts Health & Wellness budget

    Student Affairs adjusts Health & Wellness budget

Although the Student Health and Wellness saw budget cuts from the Student Service Fee this year, those cuts are not

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Fibers alumni, students continue to advocate for cut program

    Fibers alumni, students continue to advocate for cut program

After it was announced shortly before this academic year began that the fibers program would be discontinued as a concentration at

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Dining services to launch food truck for trial period

    Dining services to launch food truck for trial period

A UNT dining services food truck will launch on campus for a trial run Oct. 12. The food truck, Croissini,

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