Groundbreaking ceremony set for new biomedical engineering building
A groundbreaking ceremony for the University of North Texas College of Engineering's new biomedical engineering building will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Discovery Park.
TWU names new finance and administration executive
SBDC offers free government contracting course
TWU earns ‘Mother-Friendly Worksite’ designation
Texas Woman's University has been designated as a Texas Mother-Friendly Worksite in recognition of its support for breastfeeding mothers.
In the Schools: March 21, 2018
The symphonic band, honor band and junior varsity girls choir each earned a Sweepstakes award at the Region 2 University Interscholastic League Concert and Sight Reading Contest earlier this month. Sweepstakes, the highest award issued by UIL, is given when music groups earn a First Division rating for both the concert and sight reading portions of the contest.
Denton ISD agenda: Let's review our grading policy
The Denton ISD school board is expected to discuss the effectiveness of the district's grading policy at its monthly meeting Tuesday night.
State storytelling fest to run March 8-11 at Civic Center
Denton ISD board mulls campus safety plans, offers potential solutions
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In the Schools: March 7, 2018
Hey, Denton, let's read to our kids
Victim killed in Austin bombing was accepted into UNT music program
Draylen Mason, a 17-year-old Austin resident, had just been accepted into the University of North Texas College of Music. On Monday, his was the second life claimed by package bombings in the capital city.
U.S. diplomat to visit UNT to encourage students to pursue international careers
Krystin Rodriguez, a 2017 graduate of UNT and foreign affairs campus coordinator who is helping organize the visit, recommends the event for students who love learning a second language or culture.
UNT College of Music prepares for yearly music business contest
UNT debaters qualify for National Parliamentary Tournament of Excellence
UNT imbibes electronic music at national festival
“This is really the forefront of where new music is coming from,” UNT student Sam Miyashita said. “This is brand new — wet ink.”