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    Panel aimed to educate, spread awareness about sex trafficking held in Argyle

Panel aimed to educate, spread awareness about sex trafficking held in Argyle

Dallas-Fort Worth residents gathered Thursday evening at Argyle’s Liberty Christian School for a sex trafficking awareness event hosted by Refuge for Women of North Texas, a faith-based residential program for sex trafficking victims. A six-member panel of experts on sexual exploitation, including members of law enforcement and a trafficking survivor,

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    UNT’s 3D printing initiatives get $10 million in funding from Texas Legislature

UNT’s 3D printing initiatives get $10 million in funding from Texas Legislature

The Texas Legislature awarded the University of North Texas’s 3D printing and manufacturing center with an additional $10 million, according to a press release on Monday. Known as the Center for Agile and Adaptive Additive Manufacturing (CAAAM), the center aims to create 3D objects more efficiently and research how materials are affected using

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    Veterans celebrated during TWU event for Women’s Veterans Day

Veterans celebrated during TWU event for Women’s Veterans Day

The Blagg-Huey Library at Texas Woman’s University held an event Saturday for veteran women, celebrating their bravery and determination during their service.  “Today is about persevering,” said Camilla Zimbal, Commander of Chapter 48 of the Women Veterans of America. “It’s about honor, respect and recognition as a veteran. Women have

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    Jupiter House revamp brings new interior, menu items

Jupiter House revamp brings new interior, menu items

After almost two years post-fire, the coffee shop Jupiter House reopened for business in May and is operating with a newly remodeled interior, an additional kitchen and new staff members. Due to smoke and soot damage from a neighboring fire in the winter of 2017, Jupiter House had to temporarily

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    2019 Texas Legislature Roundup: What bills passed and failed

2019 Texas Legislature Roundup: What bills passed and failed

Featured Image: People walk outside the U.S. Capitol after Senate leaders announced a deal to end the government shutdown, Wednesday, October 16, 2013, in Washington, D.C. Photo courtesy of Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/MCT This year was another active year for Texas’ state legislature, with 1,429 House and Senate bills passed from a

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    UNT Mechanical and Energy Department host future engineers camp

UNT Mechanical and Energy Department host future engineers camp

The UNT Mechanical and Energy Department hosted their second annual Future Engineers Summer Camp at Discovery Park for kids who are entering the ninth all the way up to the 12th grade. Kids participated in activities such as 3D printing, aluminum sand casting, injection molding and building solar cars and

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    US State Department will now require social media screening for visa applicants

US State Department will now require social media screening for visa applicants

Social media screening will now be required by the State Department for most visa applicants and could affect as many as 15 million immigrants as part of the Trump Administration’s “extreme vetting” campaign, according to the Associated Press and The Hill. The new provision will now call for an individuals’ past

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    UNT’s Upward Bound, which helps prepare students for college, to begin recruitment in September

UNT’s Upward Bound, which helps prepare students for college, to begin recruitment in September

Featured Image: Upward Bound students participate in a theater course in Bruce Hall before heading out to physical education on June 10, 2019. Image by: Sophie Moncaleano. The University of North Texas’s Upward Bound, a summer program at UNT that prepares Denton high school students for college education and living, will begin

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    UNT Esports program offers $20,000 in scholarships

UNT Esports program offers $20,000 in scholarships

Featured Image: UNT eSports coordinator Dylan Wray at The Nest in Chilton Hall on February 23, 2019. Image by: Emily Olkkola University of North Texas’ esports program announced $20,000 in scholarships that will be offered to current players and recruits who “show the exceptional talent and team dedication needed to play

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    Renewed calls for justice in the death of a Chinese student attending Denton US Aviation Academy

Renewed calls for justice in the death of a Chinese student attending Denton US Aviation Academy

There are renewed calls for justice in the death of 21-year-old Yang Yan, a Chinese student at the Denton US Aviation Academy, following a tweet that calls out the lack of attention to the details surrounding Yan’s death. “Yang Yan, a student at the U.S. Aviation Academy in Denton, TX

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