8 hrs ago
UNT moves forward on deal
The University of North Texas Board of Regents on Thursday endorsed plans for a full-service hotel and convention center in Denton and authorized the chancellor to finalize a deal with the city.
18 hrs ago
Campuses announce closures;area crews plan to monitor roads
City, county and state officials are making plans to monitor roads beginning early this afternoon as local organizations start preparations for the possibility of stranded motorists on icy roads.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Les Cockrell: Marines, soldiers team for toy drive at mall
Toy collection sites at the mall will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Service members and civilian volunteers will be posted at each mall entrance collecting toys and cash donations.
A gentle plea for federal funding
Several higher education leaders in Texas wrote to the state's members of Congress the other day to urge them to support funding for research and education in the face of intense budget debates.
All About Jazz
Ben Scholz is a drummer/percussionist who lives and works in Chicago. A native of Portland OR, Ben began studying classical piano at age 8 and continued his studies through college.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Denton holiday lighting and wassail fest returns for 25th year
Crowds will converge on the historic square in downtown Denton this Friday for its annual Holiday Light Festival, 25 years in the making.
Tyler Morning Telegraph
VIDEO: Gorman grad Stephen Morrison hopes to 'crash the Super Bowl'
Stephen Morrison, a senior at University of North Texas in Denton majoring in Radio/TV and Film and a 2010 graduate of T.K. Gorman, has hopes he might appear in the Super Bowl telecast.
j. mitchell, University of North Texas
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Mon Dec 02, 2013
School board seeks details
The Denton school board did not immediately endorse plans for a new convention center at a special joint meeting Monday with the City Council, with some board members saying they need more information before deciding whether to contribute tax dollars to help repay the construction costs.
UNT Backs Off Immediate Library Cuts, but Concerns Remain
Late last month, the announcement that libraries at the University of North Texas in Denton would have to cut $1.7 million from the materials budget sent staff and students around the campus into an uproar, with students and faculty flocking to defend a library system that they see as key to their success as scholars.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Hot Springs woman pursues criminal justice
Law enforcement and criminal justice can be tough fields to break into, but for Neva Randel, senior criminal justice major at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock, they are passions she has pursued since high school.
Pam Rainey: Symbols of the first Noel
At Christmas time, we often see the talents of artisans displayed. Sometimes it is in beautifully crafted stockings that go to the hospitals, all made by the loving hands of grandmothers to welcome new babies during the holidays.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
UNT dye garden's first harvest yields early success
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the second story in a planned series about a visual arts project at the University of North Texas College of Visual Arts and Design.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
A 19-Year-Old Cheerleader Is A 'Walking Dead' Zombie, Candice Bergen's Stunt Double
Taylor Towery is 19-year-old kinesiology student and cheerleader at the University of North Texas.
Denton man dies in Thanksgiving accident
Robert Virgil Owen III, a University of North Texas student, died after being thrown from his silver Chevrolet HHR in the accident in the 2800 block of I-35, just south of Oak Street.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Holiday shopping sales increase forecast
It's a major shift that local retailers are hoping will mean increased sales this holiday season.
Some students to stay on campus for break
The University of North Texas senior will make a day trip to Wichita Falls on Thanksgiving Day, but he plans to spend the rest of the long weekend in his dorm and work at the department of housing.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
UNT students protest library cutbacks
An estimated 1,500 students had signed a petition showing their support for the University of North Texas Libraries by Tuesday afternoon during an on-campus protest at the Library Mall.
Job readiness from Day 1 is UNT Dallas president's goal
Ron Brown , president of the University of North Texas at Dallas, is out to change that, he told me in a recent interview.
Take a book, return a book
Boxes filled with books are cropping up all over the world and two have recently made a spot in Duncan.