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  1. I hate to sound like a broken record, but I truly never thought I would be writing this letter. When I enrolled at Texas A&M-Commerce as a marketing major, I View Full Article
  2. A strong second half propelled North Texas (9-8, 3-1 Conference USA) to a 81-58 win over Florida Atlantic (11-6, 3-1 C-USA). The Mean Green held their third straight opponent to View Full Article
  3. The wait is over. “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” is out, and we’re all completely satisfied with the legacy Disney has left on the “Star Wars” name. Or at least View Full Article
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  5. On Wednesday, head coach Seth Littrell announced the decision to bring on Kansas safeties coach Clint Bowen as North Texas’ new defensive coordinator and safeties coach. Bowen has some history View Full Article
  6. After a tumultuous football season, head coach Seth Littrell hit the recruiting trail to bolster North Texas’ football roster. He managed to do just that as he signed his best-ranked View Full Article
  7. On Tuesday, Conference USA announced their selections to their All-conference teams featuring North Texas junior wideout Jaelon Darden, who was named to All-Conference First Team. Darden saw an uptick in View Full Article
  8. The UNT pharmacy is now charging $10 for the two most popular types of birth control provided at the clinic as of Nov. 16 in order to make it more View Full Article
  9. After losing Thursday nights thriller against Oklahoma, the North Texas men’s basketball team (4-6) won their fourth game of the season by a score of 76-53 against Little Rock (5-5) View Full Article
  10. North Texas women’s basketball defeated Louisiana at Lafayette 69-66 on Saturday afternoon. The Ragin Cajuns came to Denton with a 6-1 record, having won five games in a row. “I’m just View Full Article
  11. In an interview with the Daily on Friday with SGA Communications, SGA President Yolian Ogbu and Strategic Planning Director Brightyn Patterson, Hutchinson said they were “shocked” after former Vice President View Full Article
  12. With the fall semester coming to an end, I set down with Wren Baker, UNT’s Vice President and athletic director. Baker joined the Mean Green staff in the summer of 2016 and has made efforts to turn North Texas athletics into a program that is competitive throughout Conference USA. When Baker arrived, he implemented a five-year plan to accomplish this. Sitting down with him, I wanted to cover his plan’s progress as well as other athletic topics. So you’re about 3.5 years through [your five-year plan]. I looked online and I looked through what you’ve accomplished. Do you feel like the five-year plan is on a good pace right now? We are. There’s some areas where we hit targets ahead of schedule and some where we’re slightly behind and that’s okay. When you put a plan like that in place, it’s meant to be malleable so that as things change or maybe different priorities elevate, you have the ability to shift resources, both human and money. I think by-and-large we’ve made a lot of progress in those areas. If you zoom out and look at the department as a whole, I think all of the metrics are trending in a favorable way. Our momentum is strong and [it’s] not just about wins and losses, although those have definitely improved. Financial contributions, number of donors, academic success, overall health and well-being, all of that stuff is trending in a favorable way I think that’s due a lot to the plan and we’ve involved a lot of people in the formulation of that plan. I think the most noticeable part of that plan has been the infrastructure for athletics facilities. What were your thought in increasing the qualities of facilities and what was your goal there? When I took the job, a lot of the conversation was around, ‘We have good facilities,” and having been at some other institutions, I felt like the stadium was in really good shape. Outside of that, everything needed some help. I think for us, a lot of progress has been made in facilities because before they acquired the old Liberty campus, they didn’t have anything. They just played in city parks and that kind of stuff. People aren’t standing still, waiting on you to catch up and so when I came in, I did an assessment. We took some donors around and looked at facilities and opened their eyes to what the competitors are doing. I think the vision here was to be one of the best Group of 5 programs in the country and that hadn’t been where we had been historically. View Full Article
  13. Walking into the final press conference of Mason Fine’s North Texas football career, it was clear that emotions were running high. As much as Fine wanted to hold back his emotions, he almost broke and delivered a line that showed a lot about the character of the quarterback. “This whole season has been an example of how life is,” Fine said. “Life is not perfect and this game is why I love it so much.” Fine expressed admiration for some of his senior teammates and echoed a sentiment that he’s pressed throughout the season: brotherhood. Fine mentioned he was excited to see what five of his teammates (Michael Lawrence, Taylor Robinson, Ladarius Hamilton, Khairi Muhammad and Kelvin Smith) were going to do next. “This chapter is closed, but I’m onto the new one,” Fine said. “I know every single one of those men are gonna be successful in whatever they do and I know they learned something from this season.” Very rarely do three-star recruits go down in program histories as one of the greats. Even more rare is the phenom occurring at the quarterback position. Fine gave enough proof to provide an argument that he will go down as one of the greatest Mean Green football players of all time, behind perhaps only Mean Joe Greene. This mindset is echoed by his head coach Seth Littrell. Littrell took the reins for the football program shortly after the 2015 season ended and controlled the recruiting for the following years class — Fine has been with Littrell since the beginning. “He’s one of my all-time greats, I know that,” Littrell said. “He’s a guy that shows up to work each and every day and is very positive knowing how it works.” Littrell isn’t alone in his assessment. Fine’s teammates feel the same way and aren’t afraid to talk about it. View Full Article
  14. After having maintained the lead for the majority of the game, the North Texas men’s basketball team (3-6) fell to the University of Oklahoma (7-1) 82-80 in the final seconds. The View Full Article
  15. Current UNT Student Government Vice President Hillary Shah has resigned, according to a letter of resignation obtained by the Daily. “After months of deliberation, I have decided to resign from my View Full Article
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