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Hurley Landscape Project projected to be complete in December

    Hurley Landscape Project projected to be complete in December

The Hurley Landscape Project, which will feature new walkways and a congregational area and is expected to be completed in December. A free-standing Starbucks will be built at the intersection of

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Area between Willis Library and Hurley Administration Building receiving a makeover

    Area between Willis Library and Hurley Administration Building receiving a makeover

The grassy area between the Hurley Administration Building and Willis Library is receiving a makeover for the upcoming semester.  The area is currently closed off to students, and construction is

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‘Dusk to Dawn’ art exhibit: Willis Library plays host to staff talent

    ‘Dusk to Dawn’ art exhibit: Willis Library plays host to staff talent

On the fourth floor of Willis Library opposite the elevator banks and past rows of books lies a moderately sized room with a few small windows that this time three

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History portal named medal finalist

    History portal named medal finalist

Paul Wedding / Senior Staff Writer The Institute of Museum and Library Services has named UNT’s Portal to Texas History a finalist for the National Medal for Museum and Library

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Library to lose some collections

    Library to lose some collections

Steven James / Senior Staff Writer Budget shortfalls and increases in archive collection costs may cause UNT Libraries to lose

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UNT Libraries host makerspace kickoff for students and faculty

Steven James / Staff Writer Nearly 60 people attended UNT Libraries’ The Factory Kickoff Event in Willis 140, which showcased

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Sustainability initiative on campus

Steven James / Staff Writer UNT Sustainability is teaming with UNT Facilities in implementing the “5 for 5” initiative, a

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University printing fee an unnecessary cost

    University printing fee an unnecessary cost

When Neal Smatresk was anointed UNT president earlier this year, he didn’t exactly inherit a financial gold mine. In his

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When is banning books the right answer? Never

    When is banning books the right answer? Never

Never. Banning books is never the right answer. To celebrate Banned Books Week, Highland Park High School in Dallas has

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Changes at Willis Library to give students more resources

    Changes at Willis Library to give students more resources

Steven James / Staff Writer In its efforts to give students more study resources on campus, Willis Library is moving

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