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UNT Students 'Suit Up' in Free Business-Wear
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Tue, Nov 3, 2015 - 6:43pm

by Brian Scott

Campus leaders at the University of North Texas hope to give students an answer to a common college problem: getting a career without the budget to afford a suit.

On Tuesday, the campus Career Center hosted their first ever “Suit Up” event.

For months, center leaders have been collecting second-hand suits, business attire and accessories to offer up at the event.

Students lined up before the doors even opened at 9 a.m. to get the...

UNT students partner with Denison to repair homes
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Fri, Oct 30, 2015 - 6:38pm

by Rebecca Lex

SHERMAN, TX-- Several houses in one Texoma town will soon see a little home improvement after a North Texas University offered to pitch in to help.

A class at the University of North Texas is trying to round up volunteers who can help fix up Denison.  

With limited resources and money the city of Denison is trying to find ways to grow and improve their neighborhoods. That's where students in the Masters of Public Administration Program at the University of North Texas come in.

"Gabe was really interested in us helping Denison put together a database of organizations and people...

Greek groups break homecoming tradition, donate to playground
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Thu, Oct 15, 2015 - 5:37am

by Julian Gill

All of the Greek fraternity floats at the University of North Texas homecoming parade Saturday were decorated with themed paintings and pomp, except for one.

Members of Zeta Tau Alpha, Pi Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Phi fraternities chose to forgo the tradition of decorating their parade float this year. Instead, they decided to donate the time and money they usually spend on the project to the new Eureka 2 playground at South Lakes Park.

“Instead of building something that lasts a day, we wanted to build something that lasts a lifetime,” said John Andrews, president of the UNT chapter of Delta...

In Pearl’s memory
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Thu, Oct 8, 2015 - 7:17am

The Lewisville Lake Symphony will present a free piano concert Friday evening in Flower Mound as part of Daniel Pearl World Music Days.

Daniel Pearl, The Wall Street Journal’s South Asia bureau chief, was killed by terrorists in Pakistan in 2002. Pearl also trained as a classical violinist. In October, more than 2,000 concerts will be held worldwide in his memory.

Pianist Nathan Ryland, a junior at the University of North Texas, will perform pieces by Beethoven, Liszt and Rachmaninoff.

Ryland performed with the UNT Symphony Orchestra as the piano winner of the 2014-15 UNT Concerto Competition,...

Executive and Scholar lectures start Thursday
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Tue, Oct 6, 2015 - 9:56pm

Myron E. Ullman III, executive chairman and board member of J.C. Penney, will speak to UNT students Thursday as the first guest for the Executive + Scholar Lecture Series.

The event is scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday in the ballroom at the UNT Gateway Center, 801 N. Texas Blvd.

The lecture, which is open to the public, is titled “Adversity is a Great Teacher.” Shah Karim, CEO of SafeRock, will join Ullman for a question-and-answer session.

UNT students can attend the lecture for free, while tickets for general admission are $50. College students who attend other universities can get discounted tickets for $25...