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Human Library aims to break stereotypes among students

Andrew Freeman / Staff Writer To try to negate stereotypes UNT students may have, the UNT’s library and Multicultural Center are cosponsoring the Human Library event. From 3-6 p.m. today and tomorrow, students of different ethnicities, religions and lifestyles, or “human books” can be checked out for free. The event is

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Health Science Center prepares for bike sharing program

Melissa Wylie / Senior Staff Writer Nonprofit organization Fort Worth Bike Sharing will construct one of its 30 new bike stations at the UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth this spring, offering a discount to student cyclists. The organization’s launch date is April 22, releasing 300 bicycles for public use

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University hosting month-long events for Black History Month

Andrew Freeman / Staff Writer Throughout the month of February, the Multicultural Center is putting on several events meant to promote and educate all UNT students on the history and culture of Black History Month. Using the yearly budget the Multicultural Center is given, the center will have ten calendar events

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Veterans survey aims to create smooth transitions into college

Ben Peyton / Senior Staff Writer The UNT psychology department is in the process of using personal experiences of student veterans to provide a better transition-friendly college environment through an anonymous survey. The “Veterans’ Experiences Transitioning to Students Survey” began last June and aims to reach 200 participants by mid-April. “My

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    Predatory lending on the rise, presents issues for Denton

Predatory lending on the rise, presents issues for Denton

Daniel Bissell / Staff Writer During the ongoing financial crisis, predatory lending practices offering quick paydays and car loans have been increasing in volume. Denton City Councilman Kevin Roden said he has noticed a rise in the number of these businesses popping up around Denton. He said disadvantaged demographics are the

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    UNT will train Libyan scientists to identify remains

UNT will train Libyan scientists to identify remains

Melissa Wylie / Senior Staff Writer Libyan scientists will travel to the UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth later this year to receive training to identify an estimated 20,000 human bodies found in recently discovered mass graves. Following the end of Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi’s 42-year reign in 2011, mass

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    Contest nets ninth place finish for NAHB

Contest nets ninth place finish for NAHB

Jennifer Zhang / Intern UNT’s National Association of Home Builders  chapter recently sent five students and mentors to the International Builder’s Show in Las Vegas, Nev. that was held Jan. 22-25. There, the team placed ninth among 31 other teams. Intensive English Language Institute junior Mahsa Mahdavian, graduate student Brad Tatum

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Diet drinks build better buzz in new study

Olivia Sylvain / Intern Recent studies show that alcohol mixed with diet or artificially sweetened drinks may increase intoxication. Northern Kentucky University psychology professor Cecile Marczinski performed a three-session lab study where participants were given alcoholic drinks with different mixers. The results from the study showed that those who consumed

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    Alumnus named in Forbes “30 under 30” list

Alumnus named in Forbes “30 under 30” list

Tim Cato / Senior Staff Writer Many words describe Graham Douglas: identical twin, creative director, UNT alumnus, winner of the 2012 Cannes Grand Prix for Good award, and most recently, a member of the Forbes 30 under 30 club. Douglas, a 2005 UNT summa cum laude graduate, was a member

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Grant will help improve Denton neighborhoods

Daniel Bissell / Staff Writer The neighborhood project matching grant has been resurrected by the city of Denton after six years to provide aid in completing neighborhood improvement projects throughout the city. According to the city council, the grant matches city and neighborhood resources to complete neighborhood-proposed projects that foster

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