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  1. Jazz will return to radio stations on KNTU FM 88.1 HD2 in late 2022 or early 2023 and is currently available to stream on KNTU.com, Mark Lambert, KNTU programming, newsView Full Article
  2. Voertman’s Bookstore replaced the Barnes & Noble at Apogee Stadium earlier this July and is open to customers at two locations within the stadium. The main store is located byView Full Article
  3. With the beginning of the season in sight, football faced the media at Conference USA media day. Head coach Seth Littrell and two players — senior linebacker KD Davis andView Full Article
  4. Local activist group No Bus Cuts Denton held a rally outside the Denton County Administrative Courthouse on Thursday, June 9 to bring awareness to the growing disapproval of the DentonView Full Article
  5. For many Black families around the United States, Juneteenth is a way to celebrate heritage. In a way, it is a holiday that connects us back to our roots. ItsView Full Article
  6. Emmy award-winning actor and comedian Henry Winkler is set to play Rex Cauble, a Denton self-made millionaire and local business tycoon, in HBO’s upcoming miniseries “King Rex.” The series willView Full Article
  7. As the regular season drew to a close with a 9-6 loss to Marshall University on Sunday, a few members of the softball team gathered around phones to watch LouisianaView Full Article
  8. Electric music fills the ground of Killer’s Tacos as members of local rock band Blue Feel are illuminated by lights of blue, red and green. While attendees gather around theView Full Article
  9. Having wrapped up its regular season, men’s golf approaches the Conference USA Championship tournament needing to win to clinch a spot in an NCAA Regional tournament. North Texas currently ranksView Full Article
  10. Residence halls — or dorms — a staple of college life since the mid-17th century, have become inconvenient to many college students who live in them. Some colleges require theirView Full Article
  11. A discussion with student protestors previously suggested by university President Neal Smatresk has now been officially scheduled for the upcoming fall semester, according to administration. The idea for the eventView Full Article
  12. A three-game series versus Louisiana Tech University over the weekend saw softball lose a regular season Conference USA series for the first time since 2019 as the Lady Techsters tookView Full Article
  13. I feel like I’ve been officially diagnosed with the mid-semester blues, and I am sure there are other students who feel the same. For some reason, this semester feels differentView Full Article
  14. “The Admiral Tchumakov” opens with a sequence that moves viewers from the open waters of Issyk-Kul Lake in Eastern Kyrgyzstan to the wreckage of a once-bustling Soviet naval port. StandingView Full Article
  15. Dozens of students gathered outside the Business Leadership Building Wednesday evening to call for the Young Conservatives of Texas to be removed from campus after the group’s controversial event heldView Full Article
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