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    DCTA proposes changes to Pass Program

DCTA proposes changes to Pass Program

Javier Navarro / Intern The Denton County Transportation Authority is seeking community feedback regarding its proposed changes to the University Pass Program. According to DCTA President Jim Cline, the agency is considering two options: keeping the current structure that allows students to purchase a pass for an entire semester or

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    MLK speech turns 50, discussion about race equality today

MLK speech turns 50, discussion about race equality today

Staff Report Today marks the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s historical “I have a dream” speech. President Obama delivered his commemorative speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial earlier this afternoon, and many news outlets took to analyzing how the march has impacted

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    Mean Green Fling offers students opportunity to get involved on campus

Mean Green Fling offers students opportunity to get involved on campus

Mollie Jamison / Staff Writer The 15th annual Mean Green Fling took place last night at the The Hill by Apogee Stadium as students, organizations and university departments gathered to kick-start the school year with food, fun and a taste of the student life and activities offered across campus. “It

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    TxDOT to test P.A.S.S. with UNT students

TxDOT to test P.A.S.S. with UNT students

Jason Yang / Staff Writer Designated drivers at UNT may soon receive a free meal or drink for their services if the Texas Department of Transportation’s new Person Appointed to Stay Sober application tests well with students. “This application is the new logo: we want designated drivers to be sober,

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    Corinth residents protest development plan

Corinth residents protest development plan

Mollie Jamison / Staff Writer More than 40 Corinth residents are protesting a developer’s plan to clear cut land and build new homes on 20 acres behind their neighborhood in Oakmont Country Club. “This is a real green issue,” resident Kristie Nader said. “It’s a whole movement. It’s a vision.

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    U.S. Senator discusses Teach North Texas program

U.S. Senator discusses Teach North Texas program

Photo caption: U.S. Senator John Cornyn visits the UNT campus to discuss UNT’s Teach North Texas program in the Chemistry Building on the UNT campus in Denton, Texas on August 19, 2013. Photo courtesy of Michael Clements/UNT Joshua Knopp/Senior Staff Writer U.S. Senator John Cornyn took part Monday afternoon as part

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    Iconic Opera House Hits the Market

Iconic Opera House Hits the Market

Joshua Knopp / Senior Staff Writer The Wright Opera House, a Denton icon that has been perched on the northeast corner of the Square for more than a century, is for sale with an asking price of $2,699,000. Building owner Roy Freebourn said the sale should be complete within the

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    It’s a Fair Time for the Rodeo

It’s a Fair Time for the Rodeo

Joshua Knopp / Senior Staff Writer The North Texas Fair and Rodeo kicks off at 6 p.m. today at 2217 N. Carroll Blvd. The annual event will run through Aug. 24, and will feature food, livestock shows, rodeo events and live music until 11 p.m. each night,.More than 20 musical

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    Professor Q&A provides perspective on massacre in Egypt

Professor Q&A provides perspective on massacre in Egypt

Melissa Wylie / Assigning Editor Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi’s forced removal from office several weeks ago caused an eruption of turmoil and violence that took hundreds of lives this week in Cairo. Egyptian police clashed with supporters of the former president, resulting in mass killings and bloodshed as armed

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    Three’s a Crowd at West Hall

Three’s a Crowd at West Hall

Cindy Brugge / Contributing Writer Sets of three students will be forced into double-occupancy dorms this fall, as UNT Housing tries to accommodate some of the 350 upperclassmen on the dorm waiting list. “For some people, it can be a bit of a shock,” Housing ambassador Claire Barber said. “You

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