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    Forester class offered to Denton citizens

Forester class offered to Denton citizens

Joshua Knopp / Staff Writer Political science senior Angela Quijano wanted to have something in the community she could be proud of. When she learned about Denton’s Citizen Forester training program, she decided to take a chance. Citizen foresters are specialized volunteers who help the city of Denton take care of

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    Professor receives award for redesigning AIS website

Professor receives award for redesigning AIS website

Daniel Bissell / Staff Writer John Windsor, professor of information technology and decision sciences in the College of Business, received the Technology Challenge Award by the Association for Information Systems at the 2012 International Conference on Information Systems in Orlando, Fla. Windsor was recognized for his contribution to AISWorld, the organization’s

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    Students, alumni celebrate school pride with I Heart UNT

Students, alumni celebrate school pride with I Heart UNT

Olivia Sylvain / Intern Today, the Student Alumni Association and NT40 will host a school spirit event called I Heart UNT at the Union Courtyard from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event is part of the university’s first- ever Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day created by the Council for Advancement

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    Latino voters, politics discussed in Q&A session

Latino voters, politics discussed in Q&A session

Melissa Wylie / Senior Staff Writer San Antonio mayor Julian Castro drew a full house Wednesday night at 7 p.m. at the Lyceum as he discussed the major influence of politics throughout his life and his effort to be equally influential. Castro and his mentor Luis R. Fraga, political science professor

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University indefinitely suspends Delta Sigma Phi

Ben Peyton / Senior Staff Writer The Dean of Students office has suspended the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity indefinitely for alleged violations of the Student Code of Conduct. UNT spokesperson Kelley Reese said the fraternity is being investigated regarding the recently applied the Greek Life alcohol ban. The ban was

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    Church members offer water, rides to Fry Street patrons

Church members offer water, rides to Fry Street patrons

Sydney Davis / Intern In the Bible’s book of John, Jesus Christ’s first miracle was turning water into wine. Nowadays, First Baptist Church of Denton members pass out water to counter the effects of alcohol along Fry Street during the weekends. Since last spring, church-going college students and UNT alumni

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Defensive driving class that funds scholarships affected by online courses

Christina Ulsh / Contributing Writer After 48 years of coaching and teaching driver’s education and safety for UNT, 82-year-old Kenneth Bahnsen is retiring. He teaches defensive driving classes to fund scholarships for kinesiology students. Classes are $25 and are held in the Coliseum three to four times a month. The

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    Thieu returns to Jeopardy!, falls short of Tournament of Champions title

Thieu returns to Jeopardy!, falls short of Tournament of Champions title

Porschia Paxton / Intern Monica Thieu, who had won Jeopardy with a prize of $100,000 last year as a UNT Texas Academy of Mathematics and Sciences student, returned this year to the show for a Tournament of Champions, which ran for two weeks. The tournament, with a grand prize of

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    Mayor and presidential advisor to discuss politics and demographics

Mayor and presidential advisor to discuss politics and demographics

Melissa Wylie / Senior Staff Writer Two distinguished political specialists will discuss the importance of political public service and the nation’s changing demographics at 7 p.m. tonight in the Lyceum. San Antonio mayor Julián Castro will be presenting a forum with his mentor Luís R. Fraga, a Russell F. Stark

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    Program celebrates 1 million newspaper pages in archive

Program celebrates 1 million newspaper pages in archive

Joshua Knopp / Staff Writer UNT will celebrate its Portal to Texas History program, which digitizes and stores old newspapers online dating back to 1813, for putting 1 million pages online from 2-4 p.m. today at Willis Library. The university has been digitizing newspapers since 2007, when it received a

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