Panel event attempts to lessen concerns of journalism’s future

Kaitlin Pennell | Contributing Writer In the hopes to combat some of the growing negative attitudes that Americans hold toward the media, UNT hosted a panel event entitled “First Amendment:

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

Gerard Hudspeth, son of Willie Hudspeth, vies for city council District 1 seat

With four open seats in the Denton city council and a May 6 election day, many are rushing to apply. But in January, Gerard Hudspeth announced he’d run for District

UNT Alumni took home seven Grammy Awards Sunday night

Alumni from the UNT College of Music won in three categories at the 59th Grammy Awards Sunday night, chief among them is Snarky Puppy who now have three Grammys. Country

WinCo opens distribution center in Denton, largest developmental project to date

Haley Yates | Staff Writer Employee-owned supermarket company WinCo foods has opened its sixth distribution center in Denton, the largest commercial development project in Denton to date. Located at 300

United Way Denton breaks $2 million in donations, starts allowing online donors

United Way Denton is expecting to reach $2 million in the 2016-2017 donation year according to chairman Greg Sawko’s speech at the organization’s fifth annual United TRIBUTE event held Jan.

Denton Public Library launches new 2020 plan

The Denton Public Library has launched a new plan that will carry into 2020; it will focus on education programs, community outreach and resources the library offers, as well as

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

Elizabeth Smart shares her story to sold-out crowd at UNT

Jackie Guerrero | Staff Writer Fifteen years after being abducted, Elizabeth shared her story about moving forward in life and to finding a happy ending, no matter the circumstances to

UNT to offer 11-month MBA program, one of shortest in nation

The UNT College of Business will be offering a full-time, 11-month business management MBA degree program starting this summer, one of the fastest in the country. UNT’s full-time MBA program