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    Flight Memorial ceremony recognizes alumni, faculty and students that died in the last year

Flight Memorial ceremony recognizes alumni, faculty and students that died in the last year

The 13th annual Flight Memorial was held Wednesday on the South Lawn of of the University Union and honored the 664 students, faculty, staff and alumni that have died in the last year. The tribute was to the 10 students, 35 faculty and staff members and 619 alumni, that died between

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    Street preachers to return to UNT for national conference

Street preachers to return to UNT for national conference

Street preachers will be on campus from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 11 and 12 as part of a national conference. These preachers visited UNT last year and were met with anti-hate demonstrations from UNT students. People have gathered on UNT’s library mall where protestors are carrying signs reading

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    Senatorial candidate left off ballot, revoting to take place

Senatorial candidate left off ballot, revoting to take place

Students will have a chance to revote for the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences senatorial candidates on April 11 and 12, following the mistaken non-placement of one of the candidates on the ballot, the SGA Election Board announced on Twitter Wednesday night. Marisela Zubia, who is running for

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    Naloxone available at UNT pharmacy without a prescription

Naloxone available at UNT pharmacy without a prescription

The UNT Student Health and Wellness Center pharmacy now allows students to purchase Naloxone, a temporary treatment to an opioid overdose in emergency situations, without a prescription needed as a precaution of the opioid crisis, according to the center’s executive director. To make Naloxone, also known as Narcan, available to

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    Retail dining director among resignations for ethical violations

Retail dining director among resignations for ethical violations

Former UNT Dining employees Bill McNeace and Shohreh Sparks tendered their resignations on March 15 and March 11, respectively, following a complaint of ethics violations submitted to the State Auditor’s Office at the end of 2017. McNeace was the executive director of retail dining services while Sparks was the operations

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    SGA bill that would lessen drug penalties vetoed by Kara

SGA bill that would lessen drug penalties vetoed by Kara

Leaders of the UNT Students for Sensible Drug Policy created an Student Government Association bill advocating for changes in the academic consequences students may face from drug possession. The resolution calls for removing expulsion or loss of housing and meal plans as possible consequences for drug possession beyond marijuana and

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    SGA presidential candidates split on recent SGA Supreme Court decision regarding summer office hours

SGA presidential candidates split on recent SGA Supreme Court decision regarding summer office hours

On April 3 via the SGA Twitter account, the SGA Supreme Court released their ruling that one person from the winning ticket must be present in the SGA office on campus at the start of the term — June 1 — to conduct office hours. Current SGA President Muhammad Kara said that

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    UNT contests release of branding audit

UNT contests release of branding audit

The UNT System is contesting the release of documents about its branding strategies in response to public information requests for their release. The brand audit documents evaluate how people view UNT System schools and its advertising. UNT System paid marketing consultant firm Carnegie Dartlet to produce the audit for $150,000

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    UNT TAMS students create hoodie for children with autism

UNT TAMS students create hoodie for children with autism

Five Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science students participating in this year’s Project Invent have created a product they call The Helping Hoodie, a jacket which would help children who have autism when they face sensory overload. TAMS is an early college entrance residential program for “gifted high school students”

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    Voter registration deadline for May elections is April 4

Voter registration deadline for May elections is April 4

The city of Denton will hold elections for City Council District’s 1-4 on Saturday, May 4, with early voting being held from April 22-30. Under Texas Election law, potential voters are required to either register or make a change of address at least 30 days before Election Day or by

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