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Professor discusses near death studies at international conference
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At a recent International Assocation for Near Death Studies conference, Jan Holden, chair of UNT's Department of Counseling and Higher Education, was a featured counseling expert on a Chinese television station based in Houston. The broadcast is in Chinese.

Watch it here.

 

Making the case for Black with a capital B. Again.
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Sun, Aug 23, 2015 - 9:06pm

By Meredith Clark

When I opened the door to my office after a summer doing research and writing far away from campus, it was there: The 2015 Associated Press Stylebook.

It was like Christmas morning for a copy editor, though the book had probably been there since its release in May. As always, I flipped through it to read new entries and see if there’d been any update to a particular entry, this year on page 30.

There hadn’t. The b in Black is still lowercase, according to the AP.

Perhaps it’s a quibble to some, but the decision to keep the descriptor in its lowercase form is a niggling reminder of the...

Statewide Quail Symposium fast approaches
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Wed, Sep 9, 2015 - 12:00pm

ABILENE – Time is drawing near for the Statewide Quail Symposium,to be conducted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Sept. 16-18 in Albany and Abilene, coordinators said.

           Activities will begin with a pre-symposium tour of the Trail Ranch located one mile south of Albany just off U.S. Highway 283. The tour will befrom 1-5:30 p.m. Sept. 16 and signs will be posted.

           Activities Sept. 17 and 18 will take place at the MCM Elegante, 4250 Ridgemont Drive, Abilene.

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Prospects for peace between India and Pakistan
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Sat, Aug 22, 2015 - 10:26pm

http://www.urduvoa.com/media/video/radio-on-tv/2928352.html?z=4412&zp=1 (The interview is in Urdu, the national language of Pakistan and an official language in India.)

UNT studies sleep patterns
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Sun, Sep 6, 2015 - 10:18pm

By Sam Beckett

The sun isn’t even up yet, and Jackie Skellie has a long day ahead of her.

A new transfer student at the University of North Texas, Skellie also works full-time in Southlake. Her commute from Hurst makes for long days and a lot of driving.

“I try to go to bed around 10 p.m. and wake up around 6 a.m. I need to get a lot of sleep to function,” Skellie said. “If I pull an all-nighter, I feel miserable the next day. After a couple days of no sleep, I start to feel physically sick. Sometimes I get strep throat.”

For Jackie, not getting enough sleep is common. Days are filled with school, work...