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Michael R. Williams named as university system chancellor replacement

Fort Worth Health Science Center President Dr. Michael R. Williams has been named as the next UNT system chancellor, to replace Lesa Roe effective on Jan. 1. “It’s a great opportunity to be a part of leading a team,” Williams said. “And have an opportunity to see what we can do to help students and their families.” The official announcement...

Denton Community Market concludes 12th year of sustainable sales

Every Saturday morning from April through November, patrons and vendors can be found at the Denton Community Market, held at the corner of South Carroll Boulevard and West Mulberry Street. The market’s 12th season came to a close this weekend on Small Business Saturday, a nationwide holiday promoting small and local businesses. Market-goers were greeted by Santa Claus, Christmas carolers...

Matthew McConaughey says he won’t run for Texas governor

Actor Matthew McConaughey on Sunday removed himself from consideration as a potential candidate for governor after months of toying with a campaign. In a video posted to his Twitter account, McConaughey, who lives in Austin, said he was honored to be considered for "political leadership." "It's a humbling and inspiring path to ponder," McConaughey said. "It is also a path that...

University to raise housing rates, not tuition

The Board of Regents voted unanimously to raise the prices of housing and meal plans for the 2022-2023 academic semester at this month’s meeting while declining to vote on a proposal to increase tuition rates.  The university will increase housing rates by 2.1 percent and dining meal plans by 3 percent during the 2023 financial year, an increase Vice President for...

TWU’s all-female design competition team scores big, brings research to life

November 22, 2021—DENTON—Five Texas Woman’s kinesiology seniors turned classroom theories into a real-world device, and brought home several awards, by competing in the Texas Space Grant Consortium Design Challenge Showcase November 16-17. The TWU team, named The Oneiroi, was the only all-female team competing and won best overall team, along with best poster, best peer review and best video....
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