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  1. The Texas Legislature awarded the University of North Texas’s 3D printing and manufacturing center with an additional $10 million, according to a press release on Monday. Known as the Center for Agile View Full Article
  2. A year after becoming the first public university to launch a collegiate esports program in Texas, the University of North Texas will become the first public university in the state to offer scholarships to current and upcoming students. Scholarships totaling $20,000 will be awarded to 25 to 30 students who will compete in the 2019-20 varsity season. “Very quickly, and thanks to some incredible hard work and dedication, we knew that we had a few incredibly gifted and hardworking students on our own campus,” Dylan Wray, UNT esports coordinator, wrote in an email to the Observer. “Scholarships will give us an edge to recruit and maintain top athletes at UNT, so that we remain a competitive leader in the collegiate scene.” Varsity tryouts for the 2019-20 season will take place online Aug. 2-16 for four varsity teams, which include Blizzard Entertainment's first-person shooter Overwatch, the card battle game Hearthstone, Riot Games' online battle arena League of Legends and Psyonix's car soccer game Rocket League. Students will have to meet a few requirements before trying out for any of the four varsity teams. They must be enrolled full time for the 2019-20 semester, come to practice and events on the UNT Campus in Denton and meet an elite skill rank requirement. “We are serious about esports,” UNT vice president for student affairs Elizabeth With said in a news release. “We already have one of the best college teams in the nation, and we’d like to keep it that way." read more: https://www.dallasobserver.com/arts/university-of-north-texas-becomes-first-public-texas-school-to-give-esports-scholarships-11687998
  3. After almost two years post-fire, the coffee shop Jupiter House reopened for business in May and is operating with a newly remodeled interior, an additional kitchen and new staff members. View Full Article
  4. Featured Image: Shawn Zeigler laughs with a customer at the Firefly Forge booth at the Denton Arts and Jazz Festival on April 28, 2019. Zeigler owns the jewelry business with her View Full Article
  5. Featured Image: Movie goers during the Denton Black Film Festival sit back at Alamo Drafthouse on January 26, 2019. Photo by Kara Dry The early months of 2019 have delivered some View Full Article
  6. Featured Image: Mean Green senior quarterback Mason Fine winds up for a throw during Spring Practice at Apogee Stadium on April 1, 2019 (NT Daily Photos by Trevon McWilliams). North Texas View Full Article
  7. There are renewed calls for justice in the death of 21-year-old Yang Yan, a Chinese student at the Denton US Aviation Academy, following a tweet that calls out the lack View Full Article
  8. The roundabout planned for the intersection of Bonnie Brae and Scripture streets will cost an estimated $3.4 million, city of Denton staff said at a public meeting about the construction View Full Article
  9. The North Texas swimming and diving team hosted their annual Nike Swim camp from June 2 to June 5, which helped around 100 kids, ages eight to 18, from around the View Full Article
  10. The city of Denton kicked off pride month Tuesday night by proclaiming June 2019 as Denton LGBTQ Pride Month for the second year in a row. In the proclamation, Mayor View Full Article
  11. According to a report in Denton Record-Chronicle, Denton is a generally healthy city, but sexually transmitted infection rates have continued to increase, pushing Denton County Public Health to bolster their services View Full Article
  12. The UNT athletics department has discrepancies in its expenses between employees, athletes and coaches, according to 2018 financial documents filed with the NCAA. The athletic department spent more than $17.9 View Full Article
  13. On Sunday, five former North Texas football players announced their intentions to sign onto NFL teams as undrafted free agents. These players included linebacker Ejodamen Ejiya, wide receiver Jalen Guyton, View Full Article
  14. During the 2019 track and field regular season the Mean Green set multiple personal and school records during their track meets, beginning in the Kansas State Wildcats Invitational. Freshman pole View Full Article
  15. North Texas junior golfer Lauren Cox received a bid to the NCAA tournament for women’s golf and will represent the Mean Green on May 6-8. Cox will be accompanied by View Full Article
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