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    Trans rights activists hold protest outside state Rep. Lynn Stucky’s office

Trans rights activists hold protest outside state Rep. Lynn Stucky’s office

Editor’s note: The North Texas Daily interviewed Kevin Whitt, a former Texas GOP staffer who led the counter-protest. We ultimately chose not to include this interview due to Whitt’s participation in the capitol insurrection and his statements regarding the alt-right group Proud Boys, for which he was fired.  In the

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    Toulouse graduate programs rank in top 10 nationwide

Toulouse graduate programs rank in top 10 nationwide

Two of the university’s graduate programs were ranked in the top 10 nationwide in the U.S. News & World Report 2022 Best Graduate Schools report. The College of Health and Public Service had a number of programs make the list, such as public finance in budgeting which was ranked No.

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    Transportation Services to launch free bike loan program

Transportation Services to launch free bike loan program

The university developed a bike loan program open to all students at no cost using unclaimed vehicles and is scheduled to launch in time for the start of the upcoming fall semester. The initiative was created to help fill the void left by the bike-share company VeoRide when it ceased

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    BREAKING: UNT Police investigating aggravated assault near fraternity home

BREAKING: UNT Police investigating aggravated assault near fraternity home

This post was updated at 1:17 p.m. to include information from a presidential official notice. University police are investigating an aggravated assault that took place in the 1000 block of Maple Street at 1:43 a.m., Sunday, in Parking lot 41, according to a UNT Police Crime Alert sent out this

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    ELEVAR hires new program director with expanded goals for intellectual disability education

ELEVAR hires new program director with expanded goals for intellectual disability education

The university has hired Brandi Levingston to be the new program director for ELEVAR, a post-secondary education program for intellectually disabled students. Levingston, who has a Ph.D. in special education and vocational rehabilitation, is currently the director of programs in rehabilitation at the university’s College of Health and Public Service.

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    Voting open for Graduate Student Council 2021-2022 election

Voting open for Graduate Student Council 2021-2022 election

The Graduate Student Council is currently holding its general elections for the 2021-2022 academic year with voting closing on April 19 at 5 p.m. All graduate students are eligible to cast a ballot which is available on the organization’s Campus Labs web page. Candidates are running for places on the

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    County COVID-19 cases diminish after March vaccine efforts

County COVID-19 cases diminish after March vaccine efforts

As statewide vaccine eligibility expands and the county’s vaccination rate increases, Matt Richardson, Denton County Director of Public Health, said COVID-19 cases are “diminishing,” with rates at their lowest since August 2020. According to data updated on April 12, there have been 72,779 total COVID-19 cases in Denton County, with

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    UNT vaccine clinic administers more than 2,200 COVID-19 vaccines, exceeds daily targets

UNT vaccine clinic administers more than 2,200 COVID-19 vaccines, exceeds daily targets

The UNT Student Health and Wellness Center (UNT SHWC) has administered over 2,200 COVID-19 vaccinations of Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson as of Thursday said Kerry Stanhope, the Meadows Center for Health Assistant Director. Stanhope provided the North Texas Daily with information regarding the university’s vaccinations. The current total of

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    Devon Skinner, David Muñoz-Sarabia elected for 2021-2022 SGA President, Vice President with continued record-low turnout

Devon Skinner, David Muñoz-Sarabia elected for 2021-2022 SGA President, Vice President with continued record-low turnout

Students elected Devon Skinner and David Muñoz-Sarabia as the 2021-2022 Student Government Association’s president and vice president, with turnout decreasing about 6.5 percent from last year’s election. Skinner and Muñoz-Sarabia secured victory with 589 votes or 60 percent of the total vote. This put them at five votes above outgoing

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    New spring group counseling sessions still available for students

New spring group counseling sessions still available for students

The Counseling and Testing Services Center introduced weekly group counseling sessions this spring, such as Communicating With Confidence, Grief Relief and COVID- 19 Concerns. While several of the group counseling sessions that began earlier in the semester are now closed groups, there are still many that are open, such as

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