6 hrs ago
Union of steel and stone
Construction crews are pouring concrete and planting the steel structure for the new student union building at the University of North Texas.
11 hrs ago
Dallas school hopes giant mural will inspire students
When school's in session at Emmett J. Conrad High, nearly half the kids are refugees from war-torn parts of the world.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Case Study University of North Texas
Across the higher education school system, shared services for IT departments have become a major focal point.
Students learn facets of modern journalism
Nann Goplerud, a lecturer at the University of North Texas' Mayborn School of Journalism, talks to students at a multimedia journalism high school workshop about finding visual elements of a story, on Friday in Grapevine.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
"'Holy cow' was our reaction," said Royal Furgeson, a retired U.S. district judge and founding dean of the new law campus.
Texas Biomed taps interim CEO to replace exiting Trevett
Texas Biomedical Research Institute has identified a replacement for Kenneth Trevett , who announced in May he was stepping down as president and CEO of the San Antonio-based organization.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
The Victoria Advocate
Little Joe embodies heart of Tejano music
Tejano musician Little Joe came to Victoria early Sunday evening to visit with friends.
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Flaunt It Or Cover Up? The Great Public Breastfeeding Debate Continues
This is one of those recurring social debates and issues that seem to pop up quite frequently in one form or another.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Wedding fashions from 1800s to today featured
Wedding dresses from the 19th century to the present day are featured in a new exhibit showcasing the changing styles of American brides, from a 1900s dress with a lace choker collar to a beaded flapper dress from the 1920s to a 1980s satin confection with an explosion of organdy ruffles.
Dallas Morning News
'Spillover' author David Quammen kicks off the 10th annual Mayborn with inspiration, advice
Three-time National Magazine Award winner David Quammen winningly engaged an audience of aspiring and published authors at the kickoff of the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference in Grapevine.
Gainesville Daily Register
Big Texas Swing School teaches music, life lessons
The sweet sounds of Texas fiddle music and strains of "San Antonio Rose" permeated the halls of North Central Texas College this week as the Big Texas Swing School created for students ages 12 to 17 was held July 15 -19 at the First State Bank Center for the Performing Arts.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Program gives students glimpse of college life
Students and staff members flowed in and out of the University of North Texas Career Center on Friday, where they spoke with a group of special high school visitors.
Mingo Fishtrap - "On Time"
The band name sounds like a character from a Dickens novel or Popeye comic strip.
Dispatches From a Connected Future
Unmanned aerial vehicles developed by Yan Wan from the University of North Texas are capable of providing wireless communications to storm-ravaged areas where telephone access is out.
Oak Street Draft House
Alumni at Denton's University of North Texas often hang around long after graduation, which means they need places a little more grown-up than the average college bar.
A Healthy Dose Of Education Provides Career Success For A Dallas Nurse
The health care field in the DFW area is alive and well. As such, nurses are in constant demand to take care of those who have fallen ill.
Land commissioner weighs in on ban
Patterson wrote a letter to Mayor Chris Watts objecting to the ban prior to Tuesday's public hearing.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Dallas Morning News
In trip home, North Texan tries out life without a car
Ben Schwab of Rowlett wheels a bike borrowed from his mom off a DART train at St. Paul Station in Dallas.
Rains hit North Texas Thursday
Despite gray skies and rain, Peter Tunnard gets an afternoon run in across the Seventh Street Bridge Thursday, July 17, 2014, in Fort Worth.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Denton Council Punts Fracking Ban Proposal To Voters
Voters will decide whether this North Texas college town will become the state's first city to ban hydraulic fracturing.