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    Candlelight vigil held at Clark Park for mass shooting victims

Candlelight vigil held at Clark Park for mass shooting victims

Around 30 people attended a candlelight vigil held in Clark Park Wednesday night to honor the victims of the mass shootings in California, El Paso and Dayton.  At the vigil, attendees were given an opportunity to show their support for the victims, survivors and communities involved. “One of the things

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    New CLASS dean wants to increase options for students, invest in faculty

New CLASS dean wants to increase options for students, invest in faculty

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Executive Dean Tamara Brown is a first-generation college student and considers herself a lifelong learner with no plans on stopping, even though she already has a Masters of Divinity and a Ph.D in Clinical Psychology.   “Even in this role as new as I

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    Denton can expect to see an average of 101 days at or above 90 degrees

Denton can expect to see an average of 101 days at or above 90 degrees

The average number of at or above 90 degree days in Denton has risen from 90 to 101 since 1999, according to a New York Times interactive that uses studies from the Climate Impact Lab. “The Denton area is likely to feel this extra heat even if countries take action

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    Construction to look out for this fall

Construction to look out for this fall

While students have been away, UNT construction continued throughout the summer. Here are some projects students should look out for upon returning to campus this fall.  Central Dining Hall  The new two-story dining building is currently being built next to the Business Leadership Building and will be the first stand-alone

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    UNT use of Eminent Domain not priority discussion for City, officials say

UNT use of Eminent Domain not priority discussion for City, officials say

The University of North Texas’ use of eminent domain isn’t a current topic of discussion, said a city spokesperson in an interview with the North Texas Daily. “At this time, the University’s use of eminent domain has not been an agenda topic for discussion by the City Council,” said Deputy Director

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    Minority activist organizations in Denton speak out against white supremacy

Minority activist organizations in Denton speak out against white supremacy

A coalition of minority-led activist organizations denounced hate crimes in a Wednesday press release and called on law enforcement and locally elected officials to take action in the wake of multiple reports of white supremacist activity in the area involving intimidation and violence at local businesses. Over the weekend, Rubber Gloves

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    Increased civil rights protections advocated for at disability rights rally

Increased civil rights protections advocated for at disability rights rally

Disability rights advocates reminded Denton residents that the Americans with Disabilties Act was a first, but not a final step toward equality at the Courthouse on the Square July 27. “We’ve got the ADA, that’s awesome, but we still have a long way to go,” said Miss Wheelchair Texas and

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    Denton City Council proclaims July 27 Disability Rights Day

Denton City Council proclaims July 27 Disability Rights Day

At their July 16 meeting, the Denton City Council proclaimed July 27 Disability Rights Day. The proclamation came as the Disability Committee of the Denton County Democratic Party announced at the meeting that they will be hosting a rally on July 27 on the Denton Square from 7:00 to 8:30

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    Stoke Denton to remodel space amid increased demand

Stoke Denton to remodel space amid increased demand

If there’s one word that has become synonymous with the phrase “gig economy” over the past decade, it’s growth. A 2018 study found that 56.7 million workers performed nontraditional “gig” work, a 7 percent increase from 2014. And those numbers are expected to continue rising as millennials and Generation Z

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    Denton County Community Rememberance Project

Denton County Community Rememberance Project

Denton’s NAACP President and historians are bringing home a monumental beam that represents two documented lynching’s in the Denton area. The beam is currently displayed in The National Memorial for Peace and Justice, an exhibit within The Legacy Museum, located in Montgomery, Alabama. This memorial brings recognition to victims of

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