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    UNT students and professors break ground on the “pollinative” prairie

UNT students and professors break ground on the “pollinative” prairie

Bye-bye Bermuda grass, hello bees. Members of the UNT biology department, along with the We Mean Green fund, have broken ground on a pollinative prairie, serving the natural and educational ecosystem at Discovery Park. The pollinative prairie project will repurpose a four-acre lot surrounding UNT’s satellite research facility from its

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    Sky Theater lights up the minds of curious astronomers

Sky Theater lights up the minds of curious astronomers

For thousands of years, people have stared up at the night sky and assigned patterns to the stars. Creatures and characters from ancient cultures all over the world, including the mythological Greek and Roman gods, have shown through the darkness to light up the imaginations of anyone willing to look

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    Entering the world of watercolor

Entering the world of watercolor

From detailed brush strokes that bleed a mixture of colors across the canvas to the visceral feeling radiating off the finished piece of art, the medium of watercolor is certainly one that is a standout to both artists and audiences alike. The Texas Watercolor Society’s 68th Annual Exhibit is currently

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    Saving Denton animals one pet at a time

Saving Denton animals one pet at a time

The world can be a scary place for a pet in need of a home. Fortunately, more Denton area animals are taken in each day and finding their forever homes due to the efforts of a Denton foundation that advocates for animals that can’t speak for themselves. The Denton Animal

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    Students remember Pokemon Go on its one-year anniversary

Students remember Pokemon Go on its one-year anniversary

If you were to walk around downtown Denton on any given week night about a year ago, you would have seen hundreds of college students walking around with their phones, in search of Pokemon. Now the streets are mostly empty, and the game feels virtually nonexistent. What happened to the

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    Tips and tricks for transfer students

Tips and tricks for transfer students

With over 36,000 students at UNT, it’s easy to get lost in the mix, especially if you’re a transfer student. With only a limited time on campus, every second matters. Here are the best tips and tricks to mastering the university life and enjoying every second as a UNT eagle.

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    Engineering student spends time studying machines and making melodies

Engineering student spends time studying machines and making melodies

Music plays throughout the mall, with the melodies filling the stores and food court. While some shoppers are sorting through clothes and others are window shopping, one mall attendee sits in the center of the mall, focused on the music instead of the storefronts. About a year-and-a-half-ago, mechanical and energy

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    Keep Denton Beautiful celebrates 30 years of giving back to the community and environment

Keep Denton Beautiful celebrates 30 years of giving back to the community and environment

Across Denton, efforts of progression in sustainability and environmental awareness are made visible by the Keep Denton Beautiful organization. KDB, which is affiliated with Keep Texas Beautiful, has been awarded the Governor’s Community Achievement Award five times since its start back in 1987. Looking through the past 30 years, Keep

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    UNT Press shows print can prosper

UNT Press shows print can prosper

With digital media soaring in the world of news and literature, the UNT Press is helping the printed word thrive through their publications. Founded in 1987, the UNT Press has published more than 300 books, making them one of the leading printing presses in the country. With distributions throughout the

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    UNT comic book collection highlighted in summer exhibition

UNT comic book collection highlighted in summer exhibition

Willis Library is home to several thousand comic books, graphic novels and other illustrated materials, and this summer the highlights of the collection are on display in the library. The exhibit, curated and presented as the “Bam! Pow! Boom! Comics in the Academy,” is a collection of sequential art that

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