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University lifts mask mandate, will phase out social distancing

    University lifts mask mandate, will phase out social distancing

Effective immediately, the university will no longer require face masks to be worn indoors, following Gov. Greg Abbott’s new executive order issued May 18. The executive order prohibits the issuance

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County COVID-19 cases diminish after March vaccine efforts

    County COVID-19 cases diminish after March vaccine efforts

As statewide vaccine eligibility expands and the county’s vaccination rate increases, Matt Richardson, Denton County Director of Public Health, said COVID-19 cases are “diminishing,” with rates at their lowest since

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Mandatory classes should have more online options

    Mandatory classes should have more online options

Near the cusp of a fourth wave of the coronavirus, the U.S. is preparing for a return to normalcy. As UNT joins the world in recovering from the pandemic, we

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Denton City Council extends disaster declaration, rejects potential mask mandate

    Denton City Council extends disaster declaration, rejects potential mask mandate

As the Denton City Council updated its COVID-19 policy over the past two weeks, attempts to explore a citywide mask mandate failed, leaving businesses to handle regulation of their policies.

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COVID-19 testing increases with on-campus requirements despite no consequences for residents’ noncompliance

    COVID-19 testing increases with on-campus requirements despite no consequences for residents’ noncompliance

The university has seen an increase in coronavirus testing after it established testing mandates for students living on campus and/or

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We need a federal mask mandate to help red states

    We need a federal mask mandate to help red states

As vaccines are administered and COVID-19 testing slows, Gov. Greg Abbott has chosen to disregard the safety of his constituents

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We need to actively condemn crimes against Asian Americans

    We need to actively condemn crimes against Asian Americans

Over the course of the pandemic, hate crimes as a whole have risen, and hate crimes aimed towards Asian Americans

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Scholarship, non-profit established for Helen Etuk as university has yet to comment

    Scholarship, non-profit established for Helen Etuk as university has yet to comment

The friends and family of Helen Etuk have launched a project to establish a scholarship and non-profit organization in her

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Vaccines should be required for in-person classes

    Vaccines should be required for in-person classes

As the nation surpasses 500,000 COVID-19 related deaths, we’re still fighting to stop the spread. Out of 60,197 total cases, 382

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University to require COVID-19 testing before in-person events, meetings

    University to require COVID-19 testing before in-person events, meetings

Starting March 3, the university will require students and staff to test negative for COVID-19 before attending any in-person events

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