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    UNT professor developing alternative to sedation of pediatric cancer patients

UNT professor developing alternative to sedation of pediatric cancer patients

UNT professor Manish Vaidya is part of a research study that may lead to an alternative to the sedation of children who are undergoing radiation therapy for cancer. Vaidya, who serves as an associate professor in the department of behavior analysis, is working with researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern

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    Greater Denton Arts Council offers to display damaged ‘Pops’ Carter sculpture

Greater Denton Arts Council offers to display damaged ‘Pops’ Carter sculpture

The Greater Denton Arts Council offered a home for the damaged Tom “Pops” Carter sculpture at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center. The Denton Public Art Committee recommends the city council accepts the offer. “We feel like the Greater Denton Arts Council is our best option to continue to have the“Pops” Carter

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    Denton’s first microbrewery closes after three years of business

Denton’s first microbrewery closes after three years of business

On Nov. 11, Denton’s first microbrewery saw its last sunset. Audacity Brew House opened its doors in October 2014, introducing Denton to locally brewed craft beers. Owned by brew-master Doug Smith, Audacity also hosted events such as an open mic night and Karma Yoga days. Tucked away on Shady Oaks

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    UNT student found shot to death in Corinth

UNT student found shot to death in Corinth

A 21-year-old woman was found dead in a vehicle parked in a vacant parking lot along the Interstate 35E service road in Corinth on Sunday, Nov. 19, according to a release from the Corinth Police Department. As of Nov. 30, Corinth police have no updates on the investigation. The Dallas

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    Denton County voters show up less than average in recent election

Denton County voters show up less than average in recent election

The city of Denton experienced some of its lowest voting numbers during the early election and on election day this year. On Oct. 23, first day of early elections, roughly 700 residents in Denton County went out to vote. After polls had closed on election day, there was not much

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    UNT’s new partnership with Texas Motor Speedway looks to provide educational opportunity

UNT’s new partnership with Texas Motor Speedway looks to provide educational opportunity

UNT will partner with Texas Motor Speedway (TMS) to try and enhance educational opportunity for students, a UNT spokesperson said. The partnership was announced Nov. 1 by UNT President Neal Smatresk at the Library Mall. UNT News Manager Leigh Anne Gullett said UNT is a proud higher education partner of TMS.

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    UNT set to have first stand-alone dining facility by 2020

UNT set to have first stand-alone dining facility by 2020

UNT will have its first stand-alone dining hall on the corner of Maple Street and Avenue A by 2020, with construction set to begin in August 2018. The plans were revealed at a UNT Board of Regents meeting Thursday. The approximately 36,000 square foot dining facility will be able to

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    Departments see higher student enrollment but no increase in full time faculty

Departments see higher student enrollment but no increase in full time faculty

The UNT Department of Criminal Justice has experienced an increase in student enrollment but not in full-time faculty. As a result, faculty members are stretched thin, said Eric Fritsch, department chair of Criminal Justice. This issue is not specific to Criminal Justice as many departments across campus are facing similar

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    Kayleigh Bywater chosen as the Daily’s new editor-in-chief

Kayleigh Bywater chosen as the Daily’s new editor-in-chief

A committee of 19 faculty, students and university administrators selected current Copy Chief Kayleigh Bywater to be the editor-in-chief of the North Texas Daily beginning in January. Bywater is a digital and print journalism senior and has worked for the paper since November 2014 when she was a freshman. Since

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    UNT celebrates International Education Week

UNT celebrates International Education Week

Monday marked the beginning of International Education Week at UNT and will consist of events throughout the week that will look to celebrate international education and exchange worldwide, an official from UNT International said. International Education Week is an initiative jointly developed by the U.S. Departments of Education and State,

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