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Dining Services investing in new dishwashers due to broken dishwashers over the years

    Dining Services investing in new dishwashers due to broken dishwashers over the years

With the campus cafeterias’ dishwashers breaking throughout the years, dining services is investing in new dishwashers that will use less chemicals and have controls that are variable depending on the

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Einstein Bros. Bagels estimated to open in the spring in the Art building

    Einstein Bros. Bagels estimated to open in the spring in the Art building

An Einstein Bros. Bagels is set to go in the Art building at the northeast edge of campus and is estimated to open in spring semester, Associate Vice President for

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New Saturday service at Kerr Cafeteria highlights changes to UNT Dining this fall

Starting this fall, four of UNT’s cafeterias will be extending their hours, with Kerr offering a Saturday service for students with Eagle Resident meal plans. Champs, Mean Greens and West

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University Union to keep many food options closed through summer sessions

    University Union to keep many food options closed through summer sessions

Julia Falcon | Staff Writer @falconjulia22 Days may be getting longer during the summer, but the retail food hours are getting shorter. The University Union has fewer food options available

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Dining services seek student input to provide better experience

    Dining services seek student input to provide better experience

Kayleigh Bywater | Senior Staff Writer @kayleighnic0le Loading food into a catering car, psychology senior Ryan Rackley quickly runs into

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New union’s dining options announced         

Iyana Edouard/ Staff Writer Last week, amid plenty of buzz and speculation around campus, UNT announced the dining options that

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Denton bistro celebrates 20 years

Kresheera Helaire / Intern Writer This month, the oldest establishment in downtown Denton is celebrating 20 prosperous years of business.

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For whom the dinner bell tolls: Your restaurant casualty report

    For whom the dinner bell tolls: Your restaurant casualty report

James Rambin // Contributing Writer pening a restaurant is bad business for thin skin. Only about 50 percent stay open

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Board of Regents approves degrees, does not discuss budgetary inaccuracies

Joshua Knopp // Senior Staff Writer The Board of Regents approved an increase in housing fees by 8 percent next year

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