Posts From Anna Orr

Poll finds more than half of students toured campus before coming to UNT

Universities rely heavily on marketing to get the students they want and keep up with the competition. One of the best tactics is getting the student to look at the

Driver hits student crossing Highland Street

A male driving a silver Ford F-150 hit an unidentified female student while she was crossing Highland Street late Wednesday morning. The student had minor injuries and was transported to Denton Presbyterian

UNT’s married students juggle priorities

UNT students of all walks of life have to find ways to pay for school, whether that’s applying for student loans, grants or other government-sponsored programs, or getting by on

Spring-time allergies are avoidable, here are a few steps you can take

It’s that time of year again. The pollen storms that the South are known for are wreaking havoc on students’ immune systems. And with tests, quizzes, projects and more, students

UNT students conquer logistics challenges in international competition

UNT students took home second place at the Student Case Competition and Supply Chain Conference early last month in Denver, Colorado. The competition, hosted by the Denver Transportation Club, involved

UNT food pantry helps relieve food insecurity among students

Often students are too stressed to find time for anything, even eating. According to a Twitter poll of 237 students at UNT, 75 percent said they have gone without eating

UNT’s IGNITE chapter promising to young women in politics

On Jan. 21, people gathered in cities across the globe to participate in the Women’s March and demonstrate their willingness to take political action. The march encouraged women of all

Students, psychologists discuss post-election woes

Amid the election of Donald Trump as Commander-in-Chief and leader of the free world, UNT joined cities and universities across the country to protest his new position. Dozens of students