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Alum spends a year teaching abroad

Areli Chavez Intern After working a full-time job during college and taking more than 15 hours per semester, alum Nic Gardiner lives at a new change of pace in a new country. He graduated from UNT in 2011 with a degree in international studies and now teaches English in Cartagena,

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Denton ISO organizes activist movements

Courtney Garza Staff Writer The International Socialist Organization branch for UNT and Denton represents people against capitalism as they participate in movements around the city to promote a socialist society. The Denton ISO started in Spring 2008 as a group called Denton Labor Solidarity as a socialist discussion and activist

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MMA group comes to campus

Michael Wood Intern Several times a week, students of all different kinds gather in the Pohl Recreation Center to kick, punch, dodge and balance.  Though they are learning combat, they also learn discipline and self-control.  Don’t call it a fight club – this is martial arts. Speech and hearing sciences

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Review: UNT alum shakes up Denton music scene

Alex Byrd Staff Writer The man of mystery, DJ Question Mark, is the answer to the occasionally monotonous music Denton bars have to offer. UNT rec and leisure studies alum Jeremy Tipton prides himself on spinning the perfect mix of old school hip-hop and retro hits joined with new and

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Students’ poetry readings attract national writers

H. Drew Blackburn Senior Staff Writer @hdrewblackburn Two established poets, Stephen Danos and Alex Lemon, are part of an evolving Saturday night bar scene. This weekend they traveled to Paschall’s Bar to participate in two students’ literary venture. The Kraken Reading Series is a monthly poetry reading series that features

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Korean student teaches language in spare time

Will Jaeger Intern @WillNTDaily Taehoon Jeon is a finance junior and a member of UNT’s Korean Cultural Exchange. At 7 p.m. on Wednesday nights, he can be found in Willis Library teaching interested people the basics of the Korean language. Jeon began his endeavor when he applied for a scholarship

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Review: 2013 Academy Awards Wrap-Up

Preston Barta Film Critic @Barta_NTDaily The 85th Annual Academy Awards aired on Sunday as host Seth MacFarlane (“Family Guy” TV series) kicked off the show with a seemingly endless opening of flat jokes, admitting that he knew he was going to be “the worst Oscar host ever.” I have to

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Hailey’s hip-hop show overwhelming

Alex Byrd Staff Writer @AlexByrdNTDaily The warmth of Hailey’s Club enveloped guests as they escaped the bitterly cold night. The popular hip-hop destination was adorned in pink lights and different colors of people, styles and dance moves, all brought together for one sole purpose of “vibing” out to music. The

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2013 Oscars Predictions

Preston Barta Film Critic @Barta_NTDaily Ever since the Academy kicked Ben Affleck to the curb by not nominating him for his directorial efforts in the historical “mission impossible” known as “Argo,” this year’s Oscars earned its title as “the year of snubs.” Tune-in for an interesting night, as the 85th

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UNT among students nominated for Who’s Who award

Michael Wood Intern @mwoodNTDaily Sociology junior Irae Yoo sets a standard of success for college students across the nation. In addition to the 15 credit hours she takes for her major and her part-time job at the Pohl Recreation Center, she is involved in eight different university organizations and a

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@Mizecarter: @UNTPrez There will be a follow-up State of the University in January to further address COVID's impact on UNT. @ntdaily
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@Mizecarter: The presentation lasted around 30 mins, but here's some extra info from @UNTPrez: -UNT enrollment rose to around 40,800, 1,500 higher than last year -55% of classes are now fully online -COVID and loss of some state funding have contributed to $30-500 mil. loss in revenue.
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@Mizecarter: @UNTPrez said UNT is seeing a modest increase in COVID cases on campus, but our numbers are lower than other TX schools.We can test around 200 people a day with rapid COVID testing machines.
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