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    Brief: Former UNT president Alfred Hurley dies

Brief: Former UNT president Alfred Hurley dies

Joshua Knopp / Staff Writer Alfred Hurley, UNT’s 12th president and first full-time chancellor, died Saturday of Alzheimer’s Disease. He was 84. Hurley first came to UNT as a vice president for administrative affairs in 1980. Two years later, he became president and chancellor. He would remain in both positions

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    Siblings survive havoc of EF-5 twister

Siblings survive havoc of EF-5 twister

Nadia Hill / Managing Editor and James Coreas / Editor in Chief Keith Dennis heard the sirens wailing from two miles out, patiently listening and waiting for his sister’s voice to reassure him she was alive. She was wrapped in blankets, padded by all of her pillows and huddled under

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New software could change UNT registration process

J.P. Lugo / Staff Writer New software may be applied in the registration system that will allow students to see all their schedule possibilities in a new visual form when registering for courses. With the software titled Visual Schedule Builder, students can select classes they want to take and the

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    Veteran aims to change stigma of war

Veteran aims to change stigma of war

Obed Manuel / Staff Writer Visual arts senior Joe Robles stands quietly as the Air Force Song melody plays over the speakers in a Holiday Inn ballroom. He tepidly mumbles the words as the three other Air Force veterans in the crowd sing at the top of their lungs. This

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    Third Annual Global Discovery Workshop in Tartu, Estonia

Third Annual Global Discovery Workshop in Tartu, Estonia

Mollie Jamison / Staff Writer The third annual Global Discovery Workshop, organized by UNT, took place in Tartu, Estonia, for the first time this year and focused on energy efficient-buildings and communities. Amanda Bennett, UNT global engagement coordinator, said the first workshop on material science in 2012 was based on

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Safety tips for severe weather

After the devastating tornadoes in Texas last week and Oklahoma last night, residents in this area need to be prepared for sudden, severe weather. These brief descriptions explain a few meteorology terms and scroll down for a list of things to have with you. For an FAQ list, visit Tornadoes 101

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    Deadly tornado rips apart Oklahoma town, severe weather in north Texas

Deadly tornado rips apart Oklahoma town, severe weather in north Texas

Staff Report At 2:56 p.m. Monday, one of the deadliest tornadoes in U.S. history tore through Oklahoma City and nearby suburbs, killing 24 people and injuring 145. Moore, a city of about 56,000 people and 10 miles south of Oklahoma City, was hardest hit after the mile-wide tornado crushed Plaza

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Campus radar improves weather forecasting

Stephen Young / Contributing Writer An advanced weather radar installed on April 11 at Discovery Park will provide meteorologists and emergency planners with improved storm information in time for tornado season. The Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere radar’s rapid, low-level scanning produces warnings that are more timely and specific than

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    Veterans meet, fall in love overseas during deployment in Iraq

Veterans meet, fall in love overseas during deployment in Iraq

Caroline Basile / Contributing Writer Danielle Smith didn’t join the Army in 2006 to find love, but love found her. In late 2008, Smith was a medic, and stationed at Tallil Air Base in Iraq. One dusty, windy day at the base, outside of Nasiriyah, she met her future husband, Justin

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Professor addresses Rich Products Corp. food recall

Daniel Bissell / Staff Writer Management professor Whitney Peake conducts research on contamination scandals in the food processing industry, such as the recent 10 million pound recall of Rich Product Corp. frozen food. She said that recalls such as this one are one of few that are publicly covered. “There are

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@Mizecarter: @UNTPrez There will be a follow-up State of the University in January to further address COVID's impact on UNT. @ntdaily
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@Mizecarter: The presentation lasted around 30 mins, but here's some extra info from @UNTPrez: -UNT enrollment rose to around 40,800, 1,500 higher than last year -55% of classes are now fully online -COVID and loss of some state funding have contributed to $30-500 mil. loss in revenue.
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@Mizecarter: @UNTPrez said UNT is seeing a modest increase in COVID cases on campus, but our numbers are lower than other TX schools.We can test around 200 people a day with rapid COVID testing machines.
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