UNT enrollment slows down, diversity picks up

Kayla Davis & Celeste Gracia | Staff Writers According to the most recent enrollment numbers, UNT’s enrollment has increased at a slower rate than other comparably sized universities in Texas.

UNT MIST students pioneer the world of sustainability in tourism

Keoni Holoman | Staff Writer UNT graduate students in the MIST program will set off to Costa Rica this summer in an effort to satisfy the country’s tourism goals while

North Texas standout and All-Pro linebacker Zach Orr reflects on career cut short by injury

Making the rounds in the athletic center adjacent to Apogee Stadium as he has done plenty of times before, there are plenty of people to see. A voice calls out

Legislative season brings uncertainties for higher education

On Jan. 19, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick proposed two bills to file a tuition freeze and the elimination of the tuition assistance program. The tuition assistance program takes money from

With a little bit of luck, Alexandra Heczey is making her presence felt for North Texas tennis

Thinking back to her days in Hungary, a smile illuminates over the sun-kissed face of Alexandra Heczey. As the images of her homeland fill her mind, the elegant Gothic, Turkish

Denton NAACP Chapter low on active members, offices and funds

One look at the core members of the Denton chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People shows passion, inspiration and pride. A second look shows that

Mean Green softball confident a conference collapse won’t happen again this season

Last season, the Mean Green softball team got off to its second-best start in school history. With a 13-6 record and two wins against nationally ranked Baylor University, North Texas

North Texas athletics department trying to revive men’s basketball attendance

Coming out of halftime down 50-39 in their game on Feb. 4 against Rice University, the men’s basketball team trudged out of the locker room to the North Texas fight

Despite hang-ups, Denton officials continue to manage growth

Due to its character, workforce potential and location, the city of Denton has seen a boom in growth dating back to 2000. While the city has managed to deal with

UNT campus recycling brings $20,000 in profits

UNT has made around $20,000 in profit off of the campus recycling regimen within the last year, UNT’s recycling coordinator Douglas Turnage said.  The recycled items on campus are taken