In 2007, former television journalist and journalism professor Eric Gormly made history at the University of North Texas for suing one of his own students. In the suit, he accused two professors and the student of conspiring to give him a bad performance review that got him fired. School officials said it was the first time they had heard of a UNT professor suing a student. "The university is disappointed that a former faculty member would file a lawsuit against a student who trusted him to do his job and follow university policy with respect to initiating complaints," ...
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University of North Texas police are searching for a man they say trespassed on campus and assaulted a student.
The suspect reportedly knocked on several doors at a residence hall called College Inn on Avenue D Thursday between 3:45 and 4:15 p.m. He identified himself as a maintenance worker but was trying to sell magazines.
Police say he entered one girl's room without permission and refused to leave. He then followed her to the library on Highland Street, where he pushed her before leaving the scene.
The suspect is wanted for Criminal Trespass/Assault by Contact. He is described as being 5'6" to 5'8" and 18...
Balancing your schedule between classes, studying, friends, work and maybe even sleep, you may not give much thought to what your next meal will be. But before you grab that cheeseburger or pepperoni pizza, remember: What you put into your body today can set the stage for the rest of your life.
With March being National Nutrition Month, now is a good time to focus on making informed food choices.
Recently, the nation’s top health and nutrition experts made recommendations for the country’s upcoming ...
Texas has now had 150 years of freedom.
“Juneteenth in Texas: 150 Years of Freedom,” a special exhibit documenting African-Americans’ lives from emancipation to the Civil Rights movement, is on the Central Library sixth floor. Evelyn Barker, Central Library director of marketing and communications, said the library is cosponsoring the exhibit with the Center for Greater Southwestern Studies.
“The exhibit in the parlor is about 50 photographs, and they are from special collections here, the Dallas Public Library, the DeGolyer Library in SMU, the Gregory School in Houston, the history center at the Austin...
Regardless of whether you think every infant needs an iPad, I think we can all agree that technology has changed education for the better. Today’s learners now enjoy easier, more efficient access to information; opportunities for extended and mobile learning; the ability to give and receive immediate feedback; and greater motivation to learn and engage.
We now have programs and platforms that can transform learners into globally active citizens, opening up countless avenues for communication and impact. Thousands of educational apps have been designed to enhance interest and participation. Course management systems and...