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Homecoming picnic

To begin the UNT’s week of homecoming celebrations, students gathered Monday at the Library Mall for a picnic with performances by various groups. Festivities will continue through the week, culminating in Saturday's football game as UNT takes on the University of Texas at El Paso at 4 p.m. at Apogee Stadium. For a schedule of homecoming activities, visit

UNT has one of nation's top MBA programs

The online program to earn a master's of business administration at the University of North Texas is one of the top online programs for the degree nationally. 

In new rankings released by the Princeton Review, UNT's program is 22nd after the company surveyed more than 4,700 online MBA students. They considered more than 75 schools for the national list.

Rankings are based on the academics, selectivity, faculty, technical platforms and career outcomes for students.

The school has consistently been in the rankings in recent years, and was ranked 21st last year.

Editorial: UNT women’s soccer team unsung heroes

The University of North Texas is celebrating its 2017 homecoming with a series of events this week. The marquee attraction, of course, is the football game against the University of Texas-El Paso at Apogee Stadium in Denton.

But the unsung heroes of UNT's 2017 athletic program are coach John Hedlund and his successful Mean Green soccer team. The women will be making a fifth NCAA tournament appearance on Friday against the University of Texas Longhorns in Austin. The team's last tourney appearance was in 2015.

We give the Mean Green a good shot at defeating the Longhorns. The two teams met on the pitch in August with...

UNT Head Coach Seth Littrell talks about Mean Green's success

UNT will host the winless UTEP Miners for homecoming Saturday in Denton. Head coach Seth Littrell talks about the his team's big turnaround.

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Mass shootings highlight need for trauma response training at UNT

Recent mass tragedies like the Sutherland Springs shooting back up the important role bystanders can have in saving lives. At University of North Texas, students and campus safety leaders received some important training for treating victims.

For UNT senior Robyn Warren, it was training that could save lives.

"It might be a while before first responders show up," said Warren, an emergency administration major. "So what are you going to do before they show up?"

The campus trauma...

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