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Mayborn School of Journalism will move into Sycamore Hall this summer

The Mayborn School of Journalism will be relocated indefinitely to the second floor of Sycamore Hall this summer with newly updated classrooms, labs and office spaces. The school of journalism

New Provost Jennifer Evans-Cowley ready to take UNT into the 2020s with new learning technologies

UNT alumna Jennifer Evans-Cowley will start her new position as UNT’s provost and vice president for academic affairs in July following the retirement of Finley Graves. Originally from Arlington, Evans-Cowley

Director of finance for transportation services says bus routes are “maxed out”

There has been an over 15 percent increase of UNT campus shuttle riders this current school year due to new campus construction and lack of parking spots, transportation authorities said.

Denton Community Market will open April 1, now accepts SNAP and WIC

The Denton Community Market is set to open back up on Saturday, April 1 for its eighth year. With the opening, the market will be introducing a couple of new

Hydroponic garden provides organic produce for Mean Greens Cafeteria

A shipping container that once held products from thousands of miles away for over thousands of miles now has a more ecologically-friendly purpose. The Leafy Green Machine, the retired shipping container

Denton’s pollution problem explained by growth, development in the region

The City of Denton and the greater North Texas region has had an issue with pollution for nearly two decades, with air pollution being consistently higher than what is allowed

UNT facilities’ purchasing efforts contributes to EBE award

The UNT System was awarded the E Award for the Emerging Buying Entity of the Year for 2016 at its annual gala this past November, according to the Solution Source

SGA candidates discuss parking, safety in town hall

Anticipating the upcoming general election at UNT, the Student Government Association held a town hall meeting Tuesday in the University Union where students could ask candidates questions about issues facing

Puzzle-like office shifts will begin as renovations come to Sage Hall in May

Renovations in Sage Hall to turn the facility into a “one stop shop” for student success will begin after the end of this semester. The project is expected to continue

College of Education professionals receive $250,000 for autism research

College of Education professionals received $250,000 for statewide autism research services that includes money for in-home training for parents of kids with autism spectrum disorder. The grant plans to help