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Constant construction on roads inconveniences students, residents

    Constant construction on roads inconveniences students, residents

Denton holds a vibrant and charming small-town atmosphere, with opportunities awaiting for development in the city. A progressing city has to have construction to match the pace in urbanization, right? One

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UNT campus construction guide for spring 2018

    UNT campus construction guide for spring 2018

As the new semester begins, UNT is in the midst of multiple ongoing construction projects and renovations on campus. Some projects create obstructions for pedestrian walkways and streets, and include

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UNT set to have first stand-alone dining facility by 2020

    UNT set to have first stand-alone dining facility by 2020

UNT will have its first stand-alone dining hall on the corner of Maple Street and Avenue A by 2020, with construction set to begin in August 2018. The plans were

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What to expect from construction around UNT in October

    What to expect from construction around UNT in October

UNT ‘s campus is under construction due to building renovations and additions, widening of bridges and the installment of new facilities. All the ongoing construction projects for the next month,

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Ongoing campus construction may obstruct vehicle and foot traffic

    Ongoing campus construction may obstruct vehicle and foot traffic

A new school year means campus construction and potential traffic for both pedestrians and vehicles. Here’s a quick run down

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Design for UNT’s art building expansion finalized

    Design for UNT’s art building expansion finalized

Jade Jackson | Contributor Designs for the expansion to the Art Building were finalized this week as workers prepared to

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How construction is impacting Denton businesses and residents

    How construction is impacting Denton businesses and residents

Construction projects in Denton have been an ongoing process for years, and some are concerned it’s beginning to hurt businesses,

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I-35 expansion leads to closing of Dani Rae’s

    I-35 expansion leads to closing of Dani Rae’s

Alexander Willis | Staff Writer After eight years, Dani Rae’s Gulf Coast Kitchen, a Cajun restaurant located off Interstate 35

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University Drive needs to be completed

Victoria Baghaei Fall semester is almost here and to no surprise, University Drive isn’t even close to being finished. While

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Buc-ee’s set to come to Denton by 2018

    Buc-ee’s set to come to Denton by 2018

Julia Falcon | Staff Writer @falconjulia22 With one Buc-ee’s up and running on Interstate 35 W in Fort Worth, another

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