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    Heat study taking place in P.E.B.

Heat study taking place in P.E.B.

JP Lugo / Staff Writer Inside the Physical Education Building many health and fitness studies take place including a body temperature analysis involving clothing to help cool the body while working outdoors in the heat. Dr. Brian McFarlin, a kinesiology professor and primary investigator of the study, is using data

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    UPDATED: Student found dead in General Academic Building

UPDATED: Student found dead in General Academic Building

Nadia Hill/Managing Editor Updated July 9, 5:09 p.m.      Services for Huey will take place at the Deberry funeral home’s chapel at 2025 W. University Blvd on Wednesday at 10 a.m. He will be buried at Roselawn Cemetery afterward. Updated July 8, 5:10 p.m.   Under hanging bicycles, with greasy hands

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    UNT adds streaming entertainment for resident students

UNT adds streaming entertainment for resident students

Jennifer Meza / Contributer Residence Life Cinema is a new service at UNT that provides movies, old and new for free, to students logged into Apogee, UNT’s housing web provider. Many of the website’s promoters often refer to this new housing amenity as a “Netflix for college students” living in residential

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    Second special session cut short

Second special session cut short

Joshua Knopp / Staff Writer The Texas House and Senate met briefly yesterday to kick off Gov. Rick Perry’s second special session to address abortion, highway funding and juvenile justice laws. Both houses decided to send House Bill 2, the abortion bill, to committee for discussion and then recess until

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    Photo Story: Austin’s quiet riot

Photo Story: Austin’s quiet riot

Story and photos by James Rambin / Executive Editor stepped onto the grounds of the Texas Capitol Building at 9 a.m., just as organizers cranked a massive Texas flag into position behind the stage near the building’s pink granite steps. Stand with Texas Women, the pro-abortion rights group that organized a

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    Denton demonstration rallies against abortion bill

Denton demonstration rallies against abortion bill

Melissa Wylie/Contributing Writer A stream of orange t-shirts and protest signs circled the Denton County Courthouse-on-the-Square earlier this evening, as community members and UNT student organizations spoke against abortion restrictions currently being debated in the Texas Legislature. “Women’s rights are under attack. What do we do? Stand up, fight back,”

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    University research backed by Department of Defense

University research backed by Department of Defense

Renee Hansen / Senior Staff Writer A variety of computers illuminate the professor’s face as he stares at lines and lines of programming code. To the untrained eye, it’s an irrational mix of numbers, symbols and letters of the alphabet that should be left independent of each other. But to

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    Tony Mitchell drafted by Detroit Pistons

Tony Mitchell drafted by Detroit Pistons

Tyler Owens / Senior Staff Writer Mean Green basketball players, fans and media gathered at Treehouse Bar and Grill in Denton on Thursday night to watch what they hoped would be former UNT forward Tony Mitchell be selected in the first round of this year’s NBA draft. Mitchell was not

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    Voting Act ruled unconstitutional

Voting Act ruled unconstitutional

Joshua Knopp / Staff Writer While state Sen. Wendy Davis and the Defense of Marriage Act are the legal talk of the day, the U.S. Supreme Court made a decision Tuesday that could affect millions of Texans’ ability to vote. In a 5 to 4 decision, the court ruled Section

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    Supreme Court strikes down DOMA

Supreme Court strikes down DOMA

William A. Darnell / Senior Staff Writer n a landmark decision for marriage equality and gay rights this morning, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act, 5 to 4. The decision entitles same-sex couples to federal benefits and will immediately extend those rights in states,

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