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Parking plans show three new lots opening in near future

The long-awaited removal of Fouts Field will start in the next few years and will be replaced with new athletic facilities and more parking, Geary Robinson,director of parking and transportation,

Survey shows majority of students think sexual assault is ‘significant problem’ at UNT

A survey of 291 UNT students found more than half believe sexual assault to be a significant problem at the university. The survey also showed a majority of students did

A quick guide to construction on campus in February

New and old campus construction projects and improvements tend to block pedestrian pathways and vehicular traffic across campus. Here are some obstructions to look out for this month: North Texas

The inseparable histories of sports and unity

When nothing else can, in the midst of tragedy and political unrest, sports possess the power to unite, inspire and change the world. Sports as we know them today derived

Denton’s newest nail salon promises pretty nails and unique cocktails

Dallas/Fort Worth Nail Bar embraces all the elements of a classic girl’s night out: mani-pedis, relaxation and alcohol. The new business, which recently opened in Denton, is a nail salon

The Communist Corner: a myth debunked

Editor’s note: Changes were made to this story for clarification of expression. Feb. 8, 2017. A young man with dark tinted shades turns to a young woman with dark red

The fight for sanctuary

He enters the coffee shop with his thick mustache curled into a smile. Nods and waves come from left and right as David Lopez, a 22-year-old English senior, finds a seat

With conference tournament hopes dwindling, men’s basketball tries to remain positive

Two days before Christmas, the Mean Green men’s basketball team squared off with San Diego University at the Super Pit. North Texas was 6-5 entering the contest and appeared to have

Senior Collin Heard setting sights high in final season with Mean Green track

Sports have always been a focal point in the Heard household. With a brother that played football at Midwestern State University and another that walked on at North Texas, senior

New Del Webb Community sparks conversation on “smart growth” in Denton

A new 600-home community for adults aged 55 and up is in the works for Denton County after developer Hillwood Communities sold 120 acres to Del Webb in mid January.