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UNT couple writes bilingual children’s book to help youth navigate COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has led people to navigate a “new normal,” which includes staying home more and wearing masks in public. These changes can be especially difficult for young...

Someone Like Me advocates and provides support for students with diabilities

Disabilities, both visible and invisible, can lead to a student’s adjustment to university looking different from others. Someone Like Me is an organization that was founded at UNT in...

Salvage Shoppe provides shoppers with fashionable, second-hand clothing

Salvage Shoppe in the Downtown Mini Mall is a second-hand shop that provides colorful, gender-neutral clothing and accessories to re-home used items. Owner and Denton resident Juliana DiGennaro opened Salvage...

Greater Denton Arts Council fosters artistry during time of social distancing

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, artists in Denton have had to find creative ways to promote and implement their work in a time of social distancing. The Greater Denton Arts...

UNT biology professor takes initiatives for inclusivity in research

Diversity and inclusion has always been valued by Dr. Pamela Padilla, UNT associate vice president of research and professor in biological sciences. During her 18 years working at UNT,...