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Brown, Brown win runoff SGA election by 34 votes

Joshua Friemel / Managing Editor Fifteen days after the initial Student Government Association election was held, pre-political science sophomore Zach Brown and pre-communication sophomore Anthony Brown won the runoff election by 34 votes. The two will assume presidential and vice presidential duties on June 1. The total number of students that

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Nonprofit organization takes aim at raising rape awareness

Chinazo Onwukaike / Contributing Writer When Elisabeth Kadesi, 25, looks around UNT, she is amazed at the amount of acceptance people of different races and cultures have for each other. A merchandising major and a business minor, Kadesi’s long-term goal is to expand her nonprofit organization We Are the Voice to

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Student Legal Services savings hits milestone

Caydee Ensey / Contributing Writer In the midst of preparation for the move to Stovall Hall while the Union is being renovated, Student Legal Services is celebrating a major milestone. Since 2000, the office has saved or recovered students a total of $1.5 million. By tracking every time a file is

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Locals react to Boston bombings

Marlene Gonzalez / Assigning Editor On Friday evening, Boston authorities captured Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, who was taken into custody. He is currently at a local hospital in Boston. The other suspect, his brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, died Friday in a shooting at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in

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Election results to be released after ruling from Court panel

Joshua Friemel / Managing Editor Results for the Student Government presidential election could become official as early as 7 p.m. today if an appeal to the UNT Senate isn’t filed. Yesterday, the UNT Supreme Court heard communication studies junior Jake Dionne’s appeal and ruled to uphold the results from a runoff

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Veteran enjoys brotherhood among UNT rugby teammates

Shelbi Mascheri, Renee Hansen / Contributing Writers After walking nearly 100 miles in the African desert, U.S. and French Army soldiers trudged on, conserving the little water they had while keeping their energy up the best they could. The soldiers had close to one mile left of the French Desert Survival

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Library program collects cans for nonprofit

Melissa Wylie / Senior Staff Writer UNT Libraries began hosting the Food for Fines canned food drive  yesterday, where students can donate canned goods to help families in need, and in exchange receive a reduction in their library fines. Students will receive a $1 deduction for every can donated, up to

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Gas leak investigation still searching for cause

Joshua Knopp / Staff Writer The Texas Commission of Environmental Quality is conducting an ongoing investigation regarding a natural gas leak from a derrick on the outskirts of Denton on April 19, said TCEQ media relations member Andrea Morrow. Morrow said DFW Air Investigators used a handheld total vapor analyzer to

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This week’s police blotter

Staff Reports Monday, April 15, 10:16 p.m.: UNT police officers received a complaint of a male non-student overdosing on a controlled substance at Clark Park. Police officers and Denton Emergency Medical Services responded to the call. He was charged with possession of a controlled substance. Tuesday, April 16, 7:09 a.m.:

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Center to hold electronics drive

Christina Ulsh / Contributing Writer With advancements in technology happening almost daily, consumers don’t know what to do with the mass of old tube televisions, outdated cell phones, used batteries and other electronic equipment they don’t want or need. But casually tossing these lead and mercury-filled electronics can be dangerous to

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