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Margery Eagen writes in Crux about professors who must hide their Christian faith amidst lingering prejudice in the academy. Her story focuses on Jeffrey Reimer, Chair of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Cal Berkeley. He is the Warren and Katharine Schlinger Distinguished...
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The moment that North Texas travelers have been waiting for has finally arrived.
Starting today, nonstop flights to Denver, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York and Chicago will be taking off from Dallas Love Field as the Wright Amendment restrictions are lifted.
For consumers, industry analysts say, there will be more choices, particularly for business travelers, since there will be more daily flights to cities like Washington, D.C., and San Francisco. And there may be some fare sales as airlines try to fill up seats on these new flights.
“You’re basically going to have to spur demand and the only way...
Serve Denton has a dream that local nonprofits might one day be located on the same campus in the center of town, with a monthly rent payment of about 8 cents a month.
The local agency will get a little help with its dream thanks to the University of North Texas College of Arts & Design and DesignCorps director Bryan Bell.
Bell and select UNT design students will join Serve Denton board members, volunteers and clients today in a charette — a session in which designers and student designers will brainstorm the dreamed-of 16-acre campus based on the needs of the group’s leaders, volunteers and...