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    Breaking: College of Visual Arts and Design to discontinue Fibers concentration

Breaking: College of Visual Arts and Design to discontinue Fibers concentration

The College of  Visual Arts and Design, CVAD, is discontinuing the Fibers concentration at the end of the 2018-2019 school year, according to an email sent to CVAD students on Aug. 15. The closure will be phased throughout the next year to help students make adjustments to their degree program.

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    New class looks to get ahead of an emerging technology

New class looks to get ahead of an emerging technology

UNT is offering a new course this fall in an attempt to be ahead of the emerging technology blockchain — the backbone of cryptocurrencies. The class — BCIS 4980 for undergraduate students and BCIS 5900 for graduate students — will run from Aug. 13 to Dec. 13. It takes place on Thursdays from

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    Denton police chief resigns

Denton police chief resigns

Police Chief Lee Howell has resigned after leading the Denton Police Department for nearly seven years. He is leaving to be the police chief Saginaw Police Department, and his resignation is effective Aug. 6. The Denton Police Department has not given any details on why Howell stepped down. The city

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    Emergency poles located on campus can be of quick assistance

Emergency poles located on campus can be of quick assistance

Sexual assault is an issue that has gained a lot of attention on college campuses in the last 10 years. According to a study by the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN), 11.2 percent of all students experience some type of sexual assault nationwide. With the number of reported sexual

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    UNT students show support for Bangladesh protesters

UNT students show support for Bangladesh protesters

Nearly 20 UNT students involved in the Bangladesh Student Association stood in front of UNT’s main sign off North Texas Boulevard Sunday morning in protest for safer roads in Bangladesh and in support of the student protesters in the country. “As we are very far from our country, we still

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    Global warming and climate change may be contributing to record-breaking heat waves

Global warming and climate change may be contributing to record-breaking heat waves

Temperatures over 100 degrees continue to be a possibility in North Texas and all around the state for the rest of the summer. And if such days do come, they will join the other almost two dozen that have reigned over North Texas thus far. This includes the week-long heat

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Neo-Nazi sign found on campus calls for reporting undocumented people

A sign urging individuals to report undocumented people which is accredited to a neo-Nazi group was immediately taken down by a UNT student Saturday afternoon. It was found on the door of the UNT Child and Family Resources Center. The sign claims that it is a civic duty to report

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    Denton resident calls for code of fair campaign practices after recent runoff election

Denton resident calls for code of fair campaign practices after recent runoff election

After what many thought was a city election filled with offending rhetoric, a Denton resident is calling for the reinstatement of a code of fair campaign practices. The code would be provided in a packet for prospective candidates who would have the choice to sign it.  Mike Cochran, Denton resident

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    Area between Willis Library and Hurley Administration Building receiving a makeover

Area between Willis Library and Hurley Administration Building receiving a makeover

The grassy area between the Hurley Administration Building and Willis Library is receiving a makeover for the upcoming semester.  The area is currently closed off to students, and construction is expected to be finished by Sept. 27, a month after classes begin. “There’s not much there for [students] to take

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    Denton airport getting new runway for $8.3 million

Denton airport getting new runway for $8.3 million

The Denton Enterprise Airport is getting a second, smaller runway to run parallel to the existing one for $8.3 million. The runway is expected to be finished by July of next year. The second runway is being built to meet increasing demand and separate larger aircrafts — used for corporate

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