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    ‘The Lab’ YouTube series shares university research, real-world impact with students

‘The Lab’ YouTube series shares university research, real-world impact with students

The university’s YouTube channel is home to a new series titled “The Lab” that showcases various forms of real-world research based on science, art and technology from the faculty to students. “The idea for ‘The Lab’ video series came from a brainstorming session where our video team was discussing how

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    DCTA appoints new CEO, GoZone turns 1

DCTA appoints new CEO, GoZone turns 1

The Denton County Transportation Authority has promoted its interim CEO to the head position and recently recognized the 1-year anniversary of ride-share service GoZone.  After Raymond Suarez’s resignation in March, DCTA selected former deputy CEO Paul Cristina to take his place as interim CEO. Three closed session meetings were held

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    IDEA’s speaker series begins with John Quiñones

IDEA’s speaker series begins with John Quiñones

John Quiñones, the seven-time Emmy award-winning reporter and host of “What Would You Do?” presented Thursday at the Lyceum as the inaugural speaker for the university’s Division of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access’ speaker series. Students and staff packed the Lyceum as IDEA assistant vice president Teresa McKinney took the

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    UNT celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

UNT celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month began Sept. 15, and as a Hispanic Serving Institution, the university offers various events for students to enrich themselves in Hispanic culture. The Spanish department was originally reluctant to prepare events due to the uncertainty presented by COVID-19, said Samuel Manickam, associate professor and department chair. “This

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    Denton Public Library seeks input for new strategic plan

Denton Public Library seeks input for new strategic plan

Denton residents have until Sept. 30 to fill out the Denton Public Library’s new community input survey, where locals have a chance to influence the library district’s upcoming five-year strategic plan.   One community input meeting took place on Saturday, Sept. 17 at the North Branch Library, and two more meetings

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    Denton citizens gather donations to help sister city

Denton citizens gather donations to help sister city

Multiple volunteer groups and individuals in Denton have gathered donations for Denton’s sister city, Múzquiz after experiencing heavy flooding at the beginning of the month. Denton residents Francisco Campos and Araceli Lopez Lira have gathered donations from people all over the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The couple, who are originally from

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    Denton Rec Center holds Hispanic Heritage Month event

Denton Rec Center holds Hispanic Heritage Month event

The Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center held its second annual Hispanic Heritage Month event on Saturday, celebrating with several speakers and a theme of  “Unidos: Inclusivity for a Stronger Nation.” Recreation manager Cheylon Brown greeted the families and Denton community members who came to the event. The halls leading

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    Professor discovers new bird species in Chile

Professor discovers new bird species in Chile

The university’s Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program, along with international collaborators, recently discovered a new bird species in the Diego Ramírez Archipelago — the southernmost point in Chile before crossing the sea to Antarctica — according to a press release. The bird, named the Subantarctic Rayadito or Aphrastura subantarctica, was previously

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    Denton history preserved through street topper program

Denton history preserved through street topper program

A new program in Denton neighborhoods is putting historic toppers on the existing street signs. Called the Street Sign Topper Program, the goal of the program is to indicate the identity or significant element of a neighborhood or district. Some Denton residents only refer to their communities by street names

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    Students react to end of free at-home COVID test program

Students react to end of free at-home COVID test program

The federal government ended its free COVID-19 test program, which allowed every household to get 16 tests per year, on Sept. 2 citing a lack of funding. COVID-19 testing has been a recent concern for many across the country, including students, because of testing costs and the end of free testing

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