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Police Blotter: Fire extinguishers reportedly stolen from University Union

Staff Report Monday, March 11, 7:36 p.m.: A 23-year-old UNT student was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia at an initiated traffic stop. Wednesday, 3:38 p.m.: A complaint was reported that multiple bullet holes were found in the glass windows at Woodhill Square building in Denton. A UNT

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    Protoplanet confirmed by astronomers

Protoplanet confirmed by astronomers

Andrew Freeman / Staff Writer Through UNT’s Exoplanet Confirmation Research Project, a Jupiter-sized protoplanet, also known as an exoplanet, has been confirmed 335 light years away. “Protoplanets are planets that are still kind of forming,” said Ron “Starman” Dilulio, Astronomy Laboratory Director. “With exoplanet studies, we pick targets given to us

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    Store offers UNT, TWU apparel

Store offers UNT, TWU apparel

Sydney Davis / Intern Barefoot Athletics, a shop that carries both UNT and Texas Women’s University merchandise, has recently opened on the Square in Denton. The store was opened to provide students with an alternative location to purchase clothing with UNT and TWU logos. Aside from the Denton location, stores are

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Students will go to The Hague to see international courts

Caydee Ensey / Contributing Writer This summer 10 UNT students will get a chance to see how an international court decides the fate of those accused of murder, rape, genocide, and other committed atrocities as the former Yugoslavia fell apart in the early 1990s. Political science professors James Meernik and Kimi

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    UNT alumnus judges teen cupcake challenge

UNT alumnus judges teen cupcake challenge

Melissa Wylie / Senior Staff Writer Sprinkles, icing and fondant acted as weapons of warfare during the Denton North Branch Library’s teen cupcake battle. The springtime-themed competition took place on Saturday and was modeled after Food Network’s TV show Cupcake Wars, public services librarian Juli Gonzalez said. Eight teams presented an

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UNT student and family killed in Mesquite

Areli Chavez/Intern The life of a 21-year-old UNT student was cut short along with her brother and father  after they were shot and killed by their 43-year-old mother and wife  on March 9 before she turned fire on herself, investigators said The bodies of criminal justice sophomore Paulina Vazquez, 18-year-old

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Upcoming project to analyze effectiveness of message deliveries

Melissa Wylie / Senior Staff Writer Victor Prybutok, associate dean at the Toulouse Graduate School, is putting together a team of undergraduates to determine the best method of conveying an anti-binge drinking message. The students will use a traditional method, such as a YouTube video prepared by the Centers for Disease

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    Inaugural exchange broadens teaching horizons for students

Inaugural exchange broadens teaching horizons for students

Melissa Wylie / Senior Staff Writer Teachers in training are crossing international borders as part of an inaugural exchange program in the College of Education. Four students from the University of Seville are visiting from Spain to spend four weeks as student teachers in Denton schools, said Lisbeth Dixon-Krauss, associate dean

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    Fort Hood east gate dedicated to Frank W. Mayborn

Fort Hood east gate dedicated to Frank W. Mayborn

Daniel Burgess / Contributing Writer Frank W. Mayborn, media mogul, philanthropist and major financial contributor to UNT, was honored with a memorial and the renaming of the east gate at Fort Hood on Monday in Killeen. Mayborn was instrumental in the decision to locate the base in Central Texas. Until

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    Mandatory CPR classes proposed

Mandatory CPR classes proposed

Joshua Knopp / Staff Writer Two Texas politicians have introduced a bi-partisan bill that would require high school students to take a 30-minute CPR course before graduation. If Republican Rep. John Zerwas, a medical doctor, and Democratic Sen. Juan Hinojosa’s bill passes, every high school graduate will learn basic CPR and

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