Posts From Jackie Guerrero

New residence hall construction delayed until summer

The new residence hall set to be built behind Kerr Hall at the northwest corner of Eagle Drive and Avenue A has been delayed. Construction for the project has not yet

April update on construction and obstructions on campus

Various roadblocks and pathways are closed in and obstructed as new and old construction projects throughout the UNT campus continue, set to finish in April. North Texas Boulevard and I-35 Road closures

Director of finance for transportation services says bus routes are “maxed out”

There has been an over 15 percent increase of UNT campus shuttle riders this current school year due to new campus construction and lack of parking spots, transportation authorities said.

UNT facilities’ purchasing efforts contributes to EBE award

The UNT System was awarded the E Award for the Emerging Buying Entity of the Year for 2016 at its annual gala this past November, according to the Solution Source

New campus laboratory doubles in space and enrollment capacity

The new Child Development Laboratory will double in size because of UNT’s focus on research, child development laboratory director Carol Hagen said. “The goal of the lab is not only

New $12 million athletics project is set to start construction in April

A new UNT track and field complex, costing almost $12 million, will break ground and start construction in April on Bonnie Brae and Willowwood streets and will be fully completed by

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

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

After 9 months in captivity, child abduction survivor to share story at UNT

On June 5, 2002, Elizabeth Smart was kidnapped and kept in captivity for nine months at the age of 14, according to her interview with NBC News. She was returned