Paws with a purpose

Tori Almond | Staff Writer Before receiving her emotional support animal Lubbock, Taylor Laseter had just one goal at the end of each day: to make it. Before the five month

A quick guide to construction on campus in February

New and old campus construction projects and improvements tend to block pedestrian pathways and vehicular traffic across campus. Here are some obstructions to look out for this month: North Texas

Mean Green Spring Fling kicks off the new year

Anna Orr | Staff Writer For two hours Wednesday, the Mean Green Spring Fling welcomed faces old and new to experience a part of every student organization on the UNT

Three election office employees leave amid Election Day issues

Denton County elections administrator Lannie Noble and two other Denton election administration officials are no longer employed, according to the Denton Record-Chronicle. Noble sent an email announcing his plan to

Women’s basketball falls to 0-3, drops final game of WNIT tournament

In their final game in the WNIT tournament, the Mean Green women’s basketball team suffered their third loss of the season Saturday evening to the University of Nebraska at Omaha

UNT Board of Regents discuss plans for future campus facilities and financing

The UNT audit and finance and facilities committee met with the board of regents Thursday to report their progress in recent months. Chief Audit Executive Tracy Grunig presented highlights from

North Texas soccer upset in C-USA semifinals; season likely over

In their fourth game of the season, 68 days ago, Mean Green soccer fell into a 2-0 hole to Abilene Christian University at home just 10 minutes after kickoff. In

UNT Shuttle System provides free alternative to parking pass

UNT partnered with Dallas County Transportation Authority to extend shuttle hours and routes to off-campus housing students and commuters, offering a free alternative to those without a parking pass. DCTA

Something Wicked to make huge comeback

Something Wicked is returning  Friday, Oct. 29-30, for its fifth annual festival, possessing the grounds of Sam Houston Race Park for a weekend of tantalizing electronic music and entertainment. The

GroupRaise helps students through local restaurants

When Sean Park was in college, it was a part of his experience to join different organizations, hang out with friends and go out to eat at restaurants around campus. But in 2011,