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    Woman’s Empowerment Program teaches awareness, self-defense

Woman’s Empowerment Program teaches awareness, self-defense

Seventy-nine women attended the Woman’s Empowerment Program hosted by the Denton County Sheriff’s Office on Saturday at the Denton Bible Church. The purpose of the program is to empower women and teach them skills to prevent becoming a victim of violence or abuse by stressing mental preparedness, muscle memory and

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    O’Rourke holds rally in Denton County before early voting begins

O’Rourke holds rally in Denton County before early voting begins

U.S. senatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke (D) made one of his final campaign appearances around noon Saturday at The Colony’s Lava Cantina in Denton County to a crowd of about 1,000 people. O’Rourke spoke about an array of topics, including healthcare, immigration and education. Recalling his campaign trail highlights, O’Rourke’s rhetoric

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    Mean Green Testing Machine provides free HIV screening to students every Wednesday

Mean Green Testing Machine provides free HIV screening to students every Wednesday

The mobile HIV screening van, called the Mean Green Testing Machine, provides free, anonymous testing to students on campus every Wednesday outside the Union. Students who are tested can receive their status within 30 minutes. “Right now we are trying to focus on Wednesdays,” health educator Israel Chavarria said. “They

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    UNT, Pride Alliance work to provide inclusion for transgender students

UNT, Pride Alliance work to provide inclusion for transgender students

UNT’s Pride Alliance has worked to advocate on behalf of students who are transgender by assisting students who may be transitioning through counseling, institutional advocacy, event programming and more informal gender identity exploration. History freshman Ryan Elliot Hirsch said the Pride Alliance helped when he required a change from his

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    University sees 22 percent increase in North Texas Giving Day donations

University sees 22 percent increase in North Texas Giving Day donations

UNT’s raised $10,866 in 18 hours for the annual North Texas Giving Day Campaign, said Nicole Sprowl director of annual giving at UNT. UNT raised these funds with the help of the 50 individual donors, citing a nearly 22 percent increase last year’s total of $8,907. North Texas Giving Day is

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    As midterms loom, women look for more representation

As midterms loom, women look for more representation

This November, candidates across the U.S. will be vying for one-third of the U.S. Senate seats, all 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, 36 state governor roles and three U.S. territorial governor roles, as well as local positions. There has been an increase in the number of women

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    UNT sees international student enrollment increase

UNT sees international student enrollment increase

UNT International recently released its 2017-18 academic year report and cited an increase of 99 students from the previous academic year. Upon admission to the university, international students must take various steps to legitimize their purpose for being in the U.S. UNT’s International Student Services works with students to ensure a successful

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    UNT adds 5 new degree programs

UNT adds 5 new degree programs

UNT has added five new degree programs to five different college departments, including both bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Three of those majors are began being offered this fall and the remaining two will be offered in fall 2019. The degree programs are in the College of Business, College of Health and Public

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    UNT adds more warnings, a 48-hour grace period for multiple parking violations

UNT adds more warnings, a 48-hour grace period for multiple parking violations

A new UNT parking citation policy, which is currently in effect, gives students with three or more unpaid parking tickets a warning sticker and a 48-hour grace period to pay overdue fees before their cars are impounded. A campus-wide email sent out by UNT Transportation Services said the policy adjustment

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    SGA leaders talk inclusivity, diversity in State of the Student Body address

SGA leaders talk inclusivity, diversity in State of the Student Body address

Students, administrators and organization members gathered at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the University Union Jade Ballroom for the annual State of the Student Body, an address to the Student Senate and the student body about the current state of the Student Government Association. This was the first publicly-held address since

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