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    Professors remembered in fall concert series

Professors remembered in fall concert series

Mollie Jamison / Staff Writer The College of Music will honor former UNT professors Bob Rogers and Harold Heiberg by dedicating its fall faculty and guest piano concerts to them. Both died this summer at the age of 91. “They were both a big part of my life,” said chair

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    Denton launches mentoring program

Denton launches mentoring program

Javier Navarro / Intern The city of Denton is collaborating with UNT and other Denton organizations to begin a program that hopes to impact the lives of at-risk students. Mentor Denton is a recently launched program where volunteers dedicate one hour a week throughout the school year mentoring at-risk students

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    UNT athletics sets national green standard

UNT athletics sets national green standard

John Lugo / Intern The UNT athletics department is being recognized for its efforts to build and run Apogee Stadium on a green initiative. In a recent study by the National Resource Defense Council, the stadium is reviewed for being the first sports venue in the nation to be awarded

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    UNT hosting barbecue event to celebrate new University Union

UNT hosting barbecue event to celebrate new University Union

Javier Navarro / Intern UNT will be holding a barbecue event today at the Library Mall beginning at noon to celebrate the official groundbreaking of the new University Union. University Union director Zane Reif said that this will be a good opportunity to not only commemorate the groundbreaking but also

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    New Greek Life Center to open April 2014

New Greek Life Center to open April 2014

Stacy Aguilar / Staff Writer UNT Greek Life will move into a new facility at 621 South Welch St. on April 2014. The building, the first of its kind, will provide office and meeting space for UNT’s four greek councils. “This kind of building is the first stand-alone Greek Life

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    Proposal means narrower bike lanes on new roads

Proposal means narrower bike lanes on new roads

Joshua Knopp / Senior Staff Writer Last July, the city of Denton suggested changes to its road construction standards that may reduce the size of bike lanes on new roads, making bike and pedestrian traffic less manageable. While Denton’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Mobility Plan was adopted in February 2012 that approved

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    UNT researchers discuss new Dallas blight index

UNT researchers discuss new Dallas blight index

Stacy Aguilar / Staff Writer Researchers from UNT presented a new “composite blight index” created to identify blighted communities on Thursday morning. The Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity commissioned the study. About 18 months ago, DAHfH staff wanted measurable research about the issue of blight in Dallas communities in which

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    University lifts Greek Life alcohol ban

University lifts Greek Life alcohol ban

Joshua Knopp / Senior Staff Writer UNT administrators ended a seven-month ban on alcohol at Greek Life events on Aug. 19 after a task force of greek leaders hammered out a proposal on how to avoid further alcohol violations. The ban was administered after Sigma Nu member Dustin Starks, previously

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    Denton discusses Better Block Project

Denton discusses Better Block Project

Stacy Aguilar / Staff Writer A group of Denton city leaders, young professionals and residents gathered at the Center for Visual Arts on Aug. 21 to discuss the possibility of bringing the “Better Block Approach” to the city. Councilmember Kevin Roden started the session by describing a process in which

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    New College of Pharmacy aims for future of healthcare

New College of Pharmacy aims for future of healthcare

Jason Yang / Staff Writer First-year medical student Vinodha Sadasivam planned to choose the pharmacy school at the University of Texas at Austin until her interview with the University of North Texas System College of Pharmacy. “It’s on a health science center,” Sadasivam said. “You have access to different medical

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