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Denton’s pollution problem explained by growth, development in the region

The City of Denton and the greater North Texas region has had an issue with pollution for nearly two decades, with air pollution being consistently higher than what is allowed

SGA candidates discuss parking, safety in town hall

Anticipating the upcoming general election at UNT, the Student Government Association held a town hall meeting Tuesday in the University Union where students could ask candidates questions about issues facing

Puzzle-like office shifts will begin as renovations come to Sage Hall in May

Renovations in Sage Hall to turn the facility into a “one stop shop” for student success will begin after the end of this semester. The project is expected to continue

College of Education professionals receive $250,000 for autism research

College of Education professionals received $250,000 for statewide autism research services that includes money for in-home training for parents of kids with autism spectrum disorder. The grant plans to help

Cost of Denton’s new gas plant raises concerns about transparency

Worries over the cost of Denton’s new $227 million gas plant have come up in recent weeks, with concerns that the total cost may balloon to over $1 billion after

UNT announces alumna as new Provost

A new provost and vice president of academic affairs has been named following the retirement of former UNT provost, Finley Graves. The UNT alumna Jennifer Evans-Cowley will start the position

Asbestos remains encapsulated in many buildings on campus

Early in the month of February, a UNT resident of Kerr Hall posted a video on Twitter showing part of the ceiling above his toilet had crumbled and fallen on

International Women’s Day march demonstrations call for “an end to gender violence”

Student activists from UNT partnered with students from Texas Woman’s University to commemorate International Women’s Day on Wednesday by organizing a march to the Square. Denton’s International Women’s Strike started

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

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