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‘A Day Without a Woman’ in the newsroom

The Editorial Board Considering yesterday was International Women’s Day, it is important to note that our production staff is entirely comprised of women. Therefore, we felt obligated to print our publication accordingly

Clothesline Project hosts first event at Discovery Park

In hopes to raise awareness about domestic violence against women, the University of North Texas Multicultural Center and the Denton County Friends of the Family, will host several events for

Here’s what you need to know about Denton’s battle for ethics reform

In Texas, local government is not required to provide a code of ethics beyond what is drawn out by the state. Despite this, cities such as Fort Worth and San

City of Denton prepared to make a “wholesale rewrite” of its charter, Mayor said

The Denton City Council launched early stages of the process to review the city charter on Tuesday. In a previous work session, the council held a discussion regarding potential revisions

5.6-magnitude earthquake in Oklahoma rattles Denton

A 5.6-magnitude earthquake in Oklahoma led to Denton residents feeling aftershocks a little after 7 a.m. Saturday. The quake occurred about eight miles north west of Pawnee, Oklahoma, according to

Transfer students introduced to UNT campus at opening transfer orientation

Matthew Reyna | Staff Writer @bucko_rodgers Future UNT students from all over the world were welcomed to campus Friday by administrators, faculty and fellow students at the first transfer orientation

Legends Hall and College Inn open to Maymester and summer students, student-athletes over summer

Julia Falcon | Staff Writer @falconjulia22 After finals come to a close at UNT, most dorm residents are required to pack up their things and either head home or find

Fire breaks out inside apartment at Woodvine Apartments

Scott Sidway | News Editor @ScottyWK A fire broke out on a second floor apartment at the Woodvine Apartment Complex Wednesday around 11:45 a.m. Nobody was inside the apartment at

Denton says NO to ‘pro-rape’ group

Jynn Schubert | Staff Writer @JynnWasHere Despite the “pro-rape” group Return of Kings cancelling its rally scheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday at the Denton Square, citizens of Denton County still gathered in counter-protest. The

Live Blog: SGA Meeting February 3, 2016

This evening, Student Government Association will vote on appointing two new senators from the colleges of music and engineering and a by-law amendment to remove the House of Representatives will be