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    UNT Mechanical and Energy Department host future engineers camp

UNT Mechanical and Energy Department host future engineers camp

The UNT Mechanical and Energy Department hosted their second annual Future Engineers Summer Camp at Discovery Park for kids who are entering the ninth all the way up to the 12th grade. Kids participated in activities such as 3D printing, aluminum sand casting, injection molding and building solar cars and

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    US State Department will now require social media screening for visa applicants

US State Department will now require social media screening for visa applicants

Social media screening will now be required by the State Department for most visa applicants and could affect as many as 15 million immigrants as part of the Trump Administration’s “extreme vetting” campaign, according to the Associated Press and The Hill. The new provision will now call for an individuals’ past

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    UNT’s Upward Bound, which helps prepare students for college, to begin recruitment in September

UNT’s Upward Bound, which helps prepare students for college, to begin recruitment in September

Featured Image: Upward Bound students participate in a theater course in Bruce Hall before heading out to physical education on June 10, 2019. Image by: Sophie Moncaleano. The University of North Texas’s Upward Bound, a summer program at UNT that prepares Denton high school students for college education and living, will begin

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    UNT Esports program offers $20,000 in scholarships

UNT Esports program offers $20,000 in scholarships

Featured Image: UNT eSports coordinator Dylan Wray at The Nest in Chilton Hall on February 23, 2019. Image by: Emily Olkkola University of North Texas’ esports program announced $20,000 in scholarships that will be offered to current players and recruits who “show the exceptional talent and team dedication needed to play

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    Renewed calls for justice in the death of a Chinese student attending Denton US Aviation Academy

Renewed calls for justice in the death of a Chinese student attending Denton US Aviation Academy

There are renewed calls for justice in the death of 21-year-old Yang Yan, a Chinese student at the Denton US Aviation Academy, following a tweet that calls out the lack of attention to the details surrounding Yan’s death. “Yang Yan, a student at the U.S. Aviation Academy in Denton, TX

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    Bonnie Brae and Scripture Street roundabout to cost $3.4 million

Bonnie Brae and Scripture Street roundabout to cost $3.4 million

The roundabout planned for the intersection of Bonnie Brae and Scripture streets will cost an estimated $3.4 million, city of Denton staff said at a public meeting about the construction on June 6. This meeting, following the first one held on May 30, covered the time frame of the construction,

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    Denton City Council proclaims June Pride Month for second year in a row

Denton City Council proclaims June Pride Month for second year in a row

The city of Denton kicked off Pride Month Tuesday night by proclaiming June 2019 as Denton LGBTQ Pride Month for the second year in a row. In the proclamation, Mayor Chris Watts asked “for all citizens to celebrate the work of the LGBTQ community.” Denton City Council Member Keely G.

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    Davis wins District 3, Hudspeth and Ryan elected to second terms

Davis wins District 3, Hudspeth and Ryan elected to second terms

Denton municipal elections took place on May 4, with various city council and mayoral seats up for grabs around the county. With 421,505 registered voters, 22,597 ballots were cast in Denton County, which equates to 5.36 percent. For Denton’s City Council, District 3 was a three-way race after incumbent Don

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    CVAD SGA senators working to make Art Closet a reality for students

CVAD SGA senators working to make Art Closet a reality for students

Student Government Association senators representing the College of Visual Arts and Design Asia Youngs-Bailey and Kiasi Young, with help from UNT administration officials, are working to create an Art Closet for students. The closet would resemble the food pantry but for art supplies. Youngs-Bailey, who is a photography sophomore, said

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    Councilwoman found in violation of Ethics Ordinance, no sanctions administered

Councilwoman found in violation of Ethics Ordinance, no sanctions administered

The City of Denton’s Board of Ethics convened in a “special called” meeting at City Hall on Wednesday evening, where a four-member panel unanimously ruled that Councilwoman Deb Armintor, who represents At Large Place 5, had violated the city’s Ethics Ordinance. Councilman Paul Meltzer, who represents At Large Place 6,

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