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    SGA launches new transparency initiative and Career Center program

SGA launches new transparency initiative and Career Center program

The Student Government Association announced a partnership with the Career Center and passed legislation intended to build trust between the organization and students at Wednesday’s senate meeting.  Daisy Gillam, the assistant director of events & employer services, gave a presentation to the senate on the Professional Networking Series, a new

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    University System holds “Ask Me Anything” event for employees

University System holds “Ask Me Anything” event for employees

University System leaders launched the new livestream “Ask Me Anything” event series Thursday, where a panel of experts discussed various topics such as case reporting transparency, more in-person courses, spring athletics and staff cuts.  Dan Tenney, vice-chancellor and chief financial officer, hosted the event. Chief Communications Officer Paul Corliss moderated

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    Disability Inclusion Society hosts forum on police and people with disabilites

Disability Inclusion Society hosts forum on police and people with disabilites

Around 40 Denton community members and activists joined together Thursday to discuss police relations and mistreatment with the disabled community in a meeting hosted by the Disability Inclusion Society. The “Crips & Cops” forum covered issues within policing and ways for people with both visible and invisible disabilities to communicate

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    Denton Police prepares for new bystandership prevention program

Denton Police prepares for new bystandership prevention program

The Denton Police Department will be one of the first agencies in the U.S. to roll out a new training program that aims to reduce unnecessary harms between officers and civilians, coming later this month. The Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement Program, or ABLE, is an eight-hour training program developed

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    More in-person courses, club meetings possibly in store for spring semester

More in-person courses, club meetings possibly in store for spring semester

The university is planning multiple changes for the 2021 spring semester, including an increase in face-to-face classes and the possibility of face-to-face co-curricular events. The administration made the decision to increase the number of face-to-face classes due to the results of the university’s contact-tracing, according to Provost and Vice President

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    University Survivor Advocate shares resources for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

University Survivor Advocate shares resources for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Content warning: this article contains language and content related to domestic violence. Reader discretion is advised. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, as designated by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and the university continues to offer resources for survivors such as counseling groups, legal assistance and grace with academic

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    Plans to expand new ‘Antiracist Thought’ course offering underway

Plans to expand new ‘Antiracist Thought’ course offering underway

The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences’ new Antiracist Thought course will continue to expand across the university, potentially as a permanent catalog listing, professors Samantha Langsdale and Steve Wolverton said.  The class was offered for the first time this semester and is co-listed between the philosophy, history and

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    University’s COVID-19 dashboard undergoes changes, received C+ rating

University’s COVID-19 dashboard undergoes changes, received C+ rating

The university’s COVID-19 dashboard received a C+ rating on a  COVID-19 dashboard grading system created by health officials from various national institutions, but the university recently included more information like testing positivity rates and total case counts. According to ratecoviddasboard.com, a site created by health officials, graduate students and undergraduate students from

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    Dance and theater cope with online learning despite normally interactive curriculum

Dance and theater cope with online learning despite normally interactive curriculum

By contributing writer Emma Saldivar Despite the level of interaction its curriculum usually requires, the Dance and Theatre departments have altered the way they move forward with productions and curriculum to accommodate online learning. As of the 2020 Fall semester, the department made the decision to transfer all live performances

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    Who’s who of Denton’s Nov. 3 city council elections

Who’s who of Denton’s Nov. 3 city council elections

Elections for seats on Denton’s city council and mayor will be held on Nov. 3 as part of the general election, with over a dozen candidates running for five available seats. Originally set for May 2, Denton City Council amended its declaration of disaster to delay elections after COVID-19 resulted

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