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Doctoral student wins prestigious business award

Julie Bird / Staff Writer The Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation awarded UNT doctoral student Phillip Davis a $10,000 scholarship for his research and other achievements last month. Davis, whose concentration is in strategy and entrepreneurship, had 14 years of experience in supply chain management, marketing and transportation before

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    Yogurt store moves in to Fry Street

Yogurt store moves in to Fry Street

Eleanor Sadler Staff Writer A new frozen yogurt shop opened its doors on Fry Street last Tuesday, offering chilly treats for students near campus. The 1,200-square-foot self-serve Yogurtland is the newest retail space to take up residency at the Sterling Fry Street development. General manager Jason Trosper said the intermittently

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    UNT alumnus brings Mean Green to White House

UNT alumnus brings Mean Green to White House

Nadia Hill Senior Staff Writer As a child growing up in Bolivia, UNT graduate student and Honors College alumnus Marcelo Ostria wanted to follow in the footsteps of his father, a former foreign affairs adviser for the Bolivian government. Ostria made it one step closer toward a career in international

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Library system gets revamped

Daniel Bissell Staff Writer The Integrated Library System, the online catalog system at Willis Library, is being upgraded to meet the demands of its growing database and the needs of the more than 8,000 students and faculty who use it every day. The new system is being installed in gradual

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    Faculty members honored for research and service

Faculty members honored for research and service

Jason Yang Senior Staff Writer For the second consecutive year, the Office of Research and Economic Development honored five faculty members for their contributions to research, scholarship and creative activities earlier this month. The awards were divided into five categories: research leadership, teacher scholar, creative impact, early career award for

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Group urges students to give back to UNT

Ben Peyton Senior Staff Writer The Student Alumni Association held a four-day drive last week encouraging “students to give to students” by making donations to a new scholarship fund. Every $1,000 donated equals a $1,000 scholarship for a student, Student Alumni Association adviser Michelle Bradley said. About 145 students chipped

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