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    Denton rallies during fourth annual Women’s March event

Denton rallies during fourth annual Women’s March event

Over 200 people gathered at the Denton County Courthouse on the Square Saturday morning to rally for the fourth annual National Women’s March, which advocates for women’s rights and other causes, like immigration reform and LGBTQ+ rights. While the Women’s March did not include any actual marching, several guest speakers,

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    SGA seeks to continue last semester’s efforts with new vice president and senators

SGA seeks to continue last semester’s efforts with new vice president and senators

After the fall semester, the Student Government Association is preparing for changes in administration and looking to build upon some of its existing initiatives and goals, SGA Communications Director Noah Hutchinson said. “There’s definitely been a lot of talk about SGA across campus this past year and we are beyond

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    Demolition projects experience delays as construction continues at UNT

Demolition projects experience delays as construction continues at UNT

Multiple demolition projects for UNT have experienced delays while construction of the Central Dining Hall continues. Two of the buildings scheduled for demolition are the locations of the former Darque Tan and IHOP restaurants, each on opposing sides of the intersection of North Texas and Texas Boulevards. Those two locations,

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    SGA to create housing information database through student survey

SGA to create housing information database through student survey

Following a student survey released last month, the Student Government Association will compile student ratings for on- and off-campus housing, as well as legal information, to help students make better-informed decisions when they search for housing, SGA’s Strategic Planning Director Brightyn Patterson said. SGA took inspiration from the University of

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Letter from the News Editor: Help us serve you better

It is a new year and a new decade. In 2020, our desire to produce quality, unbiased journalism has never been stronger. We’ve been serving the students of UNT since 1916 and hope to serve them for years to come. One way we are continuing to make sure we are

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    SGA seemingly divided after the resignations of Hillary Shah and Hanlyn Tyler

SGA seemingly divided after the resignations of Hillary Shah and Hanlyn Tyler

Following the resignations of former Vice President Hillary Shah and former Chief of Staff Hanlyn Tyler, two narratives are coming out of SGA — the first being that Shah and Tyler were not fit for their jobs and their accounts of things that happened during their time are not true

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    Division of Student Affairs considering ban of e-cigarettes

Division of Student Affairs considering ban of e-cigarettes

The Division of Student Affairs is considering a proposal that would change the university’s policy on electronic cigarettes by banning on-campus e-cigarette use rather than restricting it, Elizabeth With, vice president for Student Affairs, said. The university’s current policy, which became effective in 2013, prohibits smoking with a pipe, cigarette,

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    Graduate Student Council Senate talks drug reform at Dec. 3 meeting

Graduate Student Council Senate talks drug reform at Dec. 3 meeting

Members of the UNT Graduate Student Council Senate discussed a variety of student concerns about employment and drug policy reforms at their final meeting of the semester Tuesday evening. Senators heard a presentation from the authors of the Harm Reduction Responses to Drug Policy Violations resolution, which calls on UNT

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    UNT pharmacy makes change to offer $10 birth control to students

UNT pharmacy makes change to offer $10 birth control to students

The UNT pharmacy is now charging $10 for the two most popular types of birth control provided at the clinic as of Nov. 16 in order to make it more affordable for students, according to pharmacy director Karen Knotts. “Our providers have indicated that many female students express concern over

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    SGA executive members “shocked” by Hillary Shah’s resignation

SGA executive members “shocked” by Hillary Shah’s resignation

In an interview with the Daily on Friday with SGA Communications, SGA President Yolian Ogbu and Strategic Planning Director Brightyn Patterson, Hutchinson said they were “shocked” after former Vice President Hillary Shah announced her resignation Thursday night.  “We’ve had conversations with her this week about how we’re moving forward as

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