Arts & Life

UNT station recognized at Lone Star EMMY Awards

Trent Johnson/Staff Writer North Texas Television recently took home five awards at the 10th annual Lone Star EMMY Awards. The Lone Star EMMYs, which recognize excellence in television, are presented by the Lone Star Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The UNT TV station was recognized

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Student’s hat company featured in GQ

H. Drew Blackburn/Staff Writer Whether it’s a myriad of trend-happy clientele or GQ magazine – if you build it, they will come. Moreover, what you build just may turn into a company that makes six figures. Political science sophomore Christian Hohmann and Southern Methodist University student Justin Ledford started SNAPSTEEZ,

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Students gain experience at new Dallas park

Nadia Hill/Senior Staff Writer Chinese Pistache trees wrapped in yarn divide 5,000 square feet into outdoor reading nooks. More than 300 people each day lounge beneath the leaves of these trees and devour literature from a selection of 427 books donated by UNT and the Dallas Public Library. The Klyde

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    Exhibit features comical element, vibrant colors

Exhibit features comical element, vibrant colors

Trent Johnson Staff Writer The Center for Visual Arts’ most recent display in its Gough Gallery features up and coming artist Susan Kemper’s selection, “Blissful Blues and Pointillism Purples.” Art fans can view Kemper’s first exhibit for free through Dec. 28. Kemper, a native of Liberty Hill, Texas, caught the

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Businesses help UNT students enjoy holiday

Taylon Chandler Contributing Writer Whether it’s roasted, deep-fried or tofu, turkey is a Thanksgiving staple. However, not all students can make it home for the holiday. In an effort to address this problem, restaurants and grocery stores are making more of an effort to cater to people who will not

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    Professor shares passion for classical Indian dance

Professor shares passion for classical Indian dance

Marlene Gonzalez Senior Staff Writer Instead of speaking out about social issues using words, educational psychology professor Prathiba Natesan addresses them through dance. She is a three-time Indian national champion in the classical Indian dances of Bharatanatyam and Kathak. Natesan won the titles in ’93, ’94 and ’96. “It’s one

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