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    UNT holds banned books read-out event

UNT holds banned books read-out event

Javier Navarro / Staff Writer A superhero in his underpants, a penguin with two dads and a young boy attending a school for wizardry have a few things in common. They’re all subjects of books that have banned in the country. Banned Books Week is an annual event held during

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    Texas implements controversial voter ID law

Texas implements controversial voter ID law

Mollie Jamison / Staff Writer A new Texas law requires state-issued photo identification before voting, and opposing political groups argue whether the law was created to prevent voter fraud or to control the vote. The law went into effect June 25, and will impact early voting for the constitutional amendment election,

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    Clark kitchen being converted from grill to bakery

Clark kitchen being converted from grill to bakery

Joshua Knopp / Senior Staff Writer UNT dining services is in the process of converting Clark Grill, which has been out of operation since 2010, into a bakery. The bakery, which will be located inside Clark Hall, will produce every baked good served at UNT. Between equipment and renovations, the

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    SGA appoints senator for College of Music

SGA appoints senator for College of Music

Javier Navarro / Staff Writer The Student Government Association appointed a new senator for the College of Music tonight during the second student senate meeting of the semester. Political science junior John Robert Smith was approved by a majority vote from the student senate to represent the College of Music.

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    Rainn Wilson to speak about social project at DLS event

Rainn Wilson to speak about social project at DLS event

Javier Navarro / Intern Rainn Wilson, best known as the hilarious, deadpan beet farmer Dwight Schrute on the U.S. TV series “The Office,” will speak tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the UNT Coliseum as a part of the Distinguished Lecture Series. The actor will speak about his social project SoulPancake,

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    Unfinished business at new apartment complex

Unfinished business at new apartment complex

Mollie Jamison / Staff Writer Unfinished construction at 33 Degrees North, a new apartment complex on Eagle Drive, has delayed 275 residents from moving in on Aug. 16. More than 50 residents still have not been placed in their designated units, and the displaced residents were given the option to

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    Student’s bee find bodes well for Denton green spaces

Student’s bee find bodes well for Denton green spaces

Joshua Knopp / Senior Staff Writer A doctoral student researching bumblebee populations has unearthed a species that hasn’t been recorded in Denton since 1998. Environmental science doctoral student Jessica Beckham collected bumblebees from parks and preserves within Denton over the summer. She was testing the effects of green spaces on bees.

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    Human Library turns page on tolerance

Human Library turns page on tolerance

Margaret Saucedo / Intern UNT Libraries and the Multicultural Center will collaboratively host the second Human Library event today and tomorrow from 3 to 6 p.m. at Willis Library. Staff, faculty and students volunteer as “books” and share their life stories with participants, or “readers.” The books will talk about

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    Kristin Farmer Autism Center celebrates one-year anniversary

Kristin Farmer Autism Center celebrates one-year anniversary

Andrew Freeman / Staff Writer Today marks the one-year anniversary for the Kristin Farmer Autism Center, an off-campus UNT facility that is used for research, training and direct service to people with autism. Over the past year, they have completed over 40 assessments on patients ranging from the ages of

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    Constitution Day celebration moves to Willis Library

Constitution Day celebration moves to Willis Library

Joshua Knopp / Senior Staff Writer Students can enjoy free cookies, trivia and pocket constitutions during UNT’s Constitution Day celebration Sept. 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Willis Library forum. The holiday celebrates the anniversary of the U.S. Constitution being signed in 1787. Officially established in 2004,

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