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    Students record 58-hour livestream in an attempt to break the world record

Students record 58-hour livestream in an attempt to break the world record

Nine students in the Department of Media Arts recorded a 58-hour long livestream last month in an attempt to achieve the Guinness World Record for longest livestream with only audio. The current record record for the world’s longest audio livestream is 52 hours and was set in 2012 by Turkish

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    IT analysts notice a decrease in no-shows to advising appointments

IT analysts notice a decrease in no-shows to advising appointments

Department advisers at UNT have seen a sudden increase in attendance rates for advising appointments with the addition of Appointment Manager — an online portal allowing current and new coming students to book advising appointments — an Information Technology spokesperson said. UNT went live with Appointment Manager in May 2017, starting with

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    Investment from athletic fee referendum helped improve tailgating experience, athletics staffer says

Investment from athletic fee referendum helped improve tailgating experience, athletics staffer says

Initiatives and investments from the athletic fee voted into place during the spring for the fall 2018 semester have helped increase student attendance and experience on game days, said Jared Mosley, the associate vice president and chief operating officer for Mean Green Athletics. The athletic fee referendum was first introduced

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    UNT firearm club co-founder authors bylaws for “Western chauvinist” group

UNT firearm club co-founder authors bylaws for “Western chauvinist” group

Update: On Wednesday, a set of what were supposed to be redacted versions of the Proud Boys newly written bylaws released by Jason Van Dyke were found to not be completely redacted, making information about members of the Proud Boys available to anyone. A Twitter user, whose handle is @pottscruitt,

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    UNT communication studies students put on 15th gender fair, educate the public about gender topics

UNT communication studies students put on 15th gender fair, educate the public about gender topics

About 500 students and staff members stopped by Union Ballroom 314 to attend UNT’s 15th gender fair, put on by students within the communication studies program. This year’s theme was Camp Gender and included typical aspects of camping that students and staff might experience while on a camping trip, such as

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    Student Service Fee Advisory Committee justifies budget cuts to the CRP by pointing to Counseling and Testing, SARC

Student Service Fee Advisory Committee justifies budget cuts to the CRP by pointing to Counseling and Testing, SARC

UNT’s Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) received a budget cut of 15 percent from the Student Service Fee Advisory Committee after receiving the feedback that UNT had Counseling and Testing Services (CTS) and the Substance Abuse Resource Center (SARC.) “The feedback that we got is they couldn’t figure out the differences between us and CTS

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    Give Big DFW promotes charity, community service

Give Big DFW promotes charity, community service

Give Big DFW is an end-of-year fundraising effort launched yesterday on Giving Tuesday and the portal for donations will remain open through Dec. 31. Give Big DFW is a local response to Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving dedicated to volunteerism and community engagement. Give Big DFW is a collaboration

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    Hurley Landscape Project projected to be complete in December

Hurley Landscape Project projected to be complete in December

The Hurley Landscape Project, which will feature new walkways and a congregational area and is expected to be completed in December. A free-standing Starbucks will be built at the intersection of the pathway behind Willis Library and the pathway along the south side of the Administration Building and is expected to

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    Incoming Texas House Democrat Michelle Beckley accused of racist comments

Incoming Texas House Democrat Michelle Beckley accused of racist comments

Michelle Beckley, the Texas House District 65 representative-elect, has been accused of making racist comments during her campaign for office. The allegations surfaced after the Young Democrats of Denton County published a Facebook post last Friday condemning comments Beckley allegedly made towards people of color, although they did not disclose the

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    Through Trans Day of Remembrance, Denton honors the lives of people lost to violence

Through Trans Day of Remembrance, Denton honors the lives of people lost to violence

More than 75 people showed up to the Denton County Courthouse Tuesday evening to honor the lives of transgender people who have lost their lives to violence. Trans Day of Remembrance, honored on Nov. 20, was held in Denton beginning at 7 p.m. and lasted about an hour. Daniel Bryant-Gawne,

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