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    UNT spokesperson says petition to name residence hall after a woman or person of color is ‘reverse racism’

UNT spokesperson says petition to name residence hall after a woman or person of color is ‘reverse racism’

UNT spokesperson Nancy Kolsti called a petition to name the new residence hall after a person of color and/or a woman “a form of reverse racism,” according to an email Kolsti sent last week to Student Government Association Senator Misaki Collins. Collins made the petition public via Twitter on Feb.

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    Athletic fee referendum results postponed again

Athletic fee referendum results postponed again

The results of the athletic fee referendum are being withheld, according to a statement released by Student Government Association Election Board Commissioner Emily Vasquez. A formal complaint was submitted to the Election Board at 5 p.m. Friday, one day after the polls closed. The results of the 2018 SGA/GSC Intercollegiate

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    After years of controversy, commissioners explore major changes to Confederate monument

After years of controversy, commissioners explore major changes to Confederate monument

The Denton County Commissioners Court is exploring options for context after years of controversy surrounding the 100-year-old Confederate monument on the courthouse lawn. Chairman John Baines explained to commissioners last Tuesday the Confederate Monument Committee’s recommendation to keep the statue and add context. The commissioners applauded the 15-0 consensus and

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    Freeze lifted for open parties on campus

Freeze lifted for open parties on campus

On-campus open parties hosted by student organizations are once again allowed after the freeze implemented by Vice President of Student Affairs Dr. Elizabeth With was lifted in late January. “There’s been incidents throughout the years and ultimately after an incident at an open party last fall, while it wasn’t the

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    UNT’s sexual assault perspectives survey shows need for more bystander, peer training

UNT’s sexual assault perspectives survey shows need for more bystander, peer training

UNT students expressed moderate confidence in their ability to intervene as a bystander and expressed low levels of confidence in peer empathetic response toward sexual misconduct and consent, according to a university survey. The university released the results for Assessment of Sexual Assault Perspectives (ASAP) survey on Feb. 1, sending

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    VBikes are taking over Denton

VBikes are taking over Denton

Rent-a-bicycle services have been dominating the city of Dallas and now they’re making their way to Denton and the UNT campus with VBikes. Over 30 bikes are in the area and more are on their way. VBikes started after owner and founder David Shan saw the popularity of bicycles in China while working with

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    Sarah Palin encourages GOP crowd to unite the Republican Party at Lincoln Reagan dinner

Sarah Palin encourages GOP crowd to unite the Republican Party at Lincoln Reagan dinner

Former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin spoke about President Donald Trump, undocumented immigrants, media bias and uniting the Republican Party during her speech at the Denton County Republican Party’s 2018 Lincoln Reagan Day dinner Saturday night. The dinner was hosted at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Denton Convention Center. Texas

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    City of Denton considering plan to decrease parking, traffic issues near UNT

City of Denton considering plan to decrease parking, traffic issues near UNT

With a steadily growing student body, UNT has been at the center of extensive development over the past few years. Now, authorities are attempting to address the issues that come with rapid development before they arise. City planners are developing a plan called the Oak Gateway Area Plan to mitigate

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    What is a government shutdown and how could it affect UNT?

What is a government shutdown and how could it affect UNT?

The federal government shut down early Friday morning for the second time in 2018 after a senator refused to vote for a budget deal which would keep the government functioning. Rand Paul, a Republican senator from Kentucky, would not vote for the budget due to what he saw as unnecessarily

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    ‘A snapshot of homelessness’: how Denton County’s Point-in-Time count results help the homeless

‘A snapshot of homelessness’: how Denton County’s Point-in-Time count results help the homeless

Denton County conducted their annual Point-in-Time count on Jan. 25, a “census of people experiencing literal homelessness,” according to the Denton County Homeless Coalition’s website. The count is required under federal law and aims to provide a snapshot of the number of homeless people in a given area, taken at

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