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    SGA Senate gains one member but stalls on legislation at latest meeting

SGA Senate gains one member but stalls on legislation at latest meeting

The SGA Senate appointed a new senator for the College of Business and a new member of the Supreme Court at their Wednesday meeting, bringing the organization’s total number of senators up to 27 out of the mandated 45 positions. Business analytics sophomore Melissa Rwehumbiza, a former orientation leader, was

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    Boil water notice still in effect for Mean Green Village and Victory Hall

Boil water notice still in effect for Mean Green Village and Victory Hall

Update Oct. 17 at 10:26 a.m.: The boil water notice issued Thursday is still in affect, the city of Denton tweeted. Approximately 600 customers in the area generally south of I-35, north of Highland Park Road, west of Kendolph Drive and east of Western Boulevard are affected. Students at Mean Green Village

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    UNT honors Indigenous People’s Day in first annual celebration

UNT honors Indigenous People’s Day in first annual celebration

Editor’s note: This story has been corrected to reflect that UNT declared Oct. 15 as Indigenous People’s Day, that around 400-500 people attended the event through its duration from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Emilia Gaston is the current president of NASA and Ruby Raines helped schedule the meeting between

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    Human rights organization protest about circumcision at UNT

Human rights organization protest about circumcision at UNT

Entering day five of their 17-day “Southern Universities Tour,” Bloodstained Men & Their Friends held a protest about circumcision on Tuesday in front of the UNT Union. Bloodstained Men & Their Friends is a nonprofit human rights organization dedicated to protecting boys from genital mutilation, according its press spokesperson Harry

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    Denton County has 10th highest number of DWI charges in Texas from 2018

Denton County has 10th highest number of DWI charges in Texas from 2018

The UNT Police Department announced on Twitter that Denton County had the 10th highest number of DWI charges in Texas out of 254 counties in 2018, having the smallest population on the top 10 list. This year, Denton County has had a total of 1,852 DWI charges, according to a

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    UNT parking citation fees lowered for 2019-2020

UNT parking citation fees lowered for 2019-2020

This semester, UNT Transportation lowered citation fees for anybody who parks on campus, including guests.  According to a graphic posted on the UNT Transportation Twitter account, the first citation may not result in a fee if the ticket is appealed. The first citation may cost $12, as well as the

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    Shrinking SGA Senate struggles with passing legislation after fifth meeting on Wednesday

Shrinking SGA Senate struggles with passing legislation after fifth meeting on Wednesday

The SGA Senate wrapped up its fifth meeting of the semester last Wednesday evening without reviewing or passing legislation, after repeated calls from SGA executives telling senators to come forward with ideas and proposals. Only one resolution has appeared before the senate so far this session. Three weeks ago, the

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    Two students sexually assaulted in West Hall in September

Two students sexually assaulted in West Hall in September

Two UNT students were sexually assaulted in West Hall in September by a man not affiliated with UNT, campus police reported Wednesday. The report, sent in a campus-wide email, said a student affiliated with one of the victims reported a sexual assault to police on Oct. 6. Later, another student

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    Dean of Students office updates Student Code of Conduct for the new school year

Dean of Students office updates Student Code of Conduct for the new school year

The Dean of Students Office updated the Student Code of Conduct for the 2019-2020 school year with the intention of promoting the well-being of students and to comply with new Title IX laws passed by the Texas legislature.  “I think the changes will benefit the student body as it provides

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    2019-2020 Annual Security report shows decrease in liquor law and drug violations

2019-2020 Annual Security report shows decrease in liquor law and drug violations

UNT released the 2019-2020 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report on Monday, which details crime and safety statistics from 2016 to 2018, in accordance with a national law that requires universities to publish information on criminal activity reported to them. UNT’s Clery Act statistics for 2018 show nearly consistent rates

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