Division ofStudent Affairs

Stressed about cooking thanksgiving dinner?

Dining Services is offering Dinner To-Go, a complete homecooked Thanksgiving dinner for $55, or a la carte to supplement your home cooking, including turkey, potatoes, green beans, and more. 25% of the profit goes to Stop Hunger Now, where ever 25 cents feeds one child.
View the Menu Order Online Pick up is on the 25th or 26th. Items available while supplies last.

UPC Presents: Eagle Insomnia

Take a break from finals and and shake off the stress with free food, music, a hyponotist, and so much more! Join us at the Coliseum and Gateway Center on Thursday the 4th from 9pm to 1am. Don't forget to bring your UNT ID!

An hour a week can make an
impact in a child's life

Can you spare an hour a week? This is your chance to make a difference for someone else. There are 10,000 children in Denton County that need your help. Mentor a child at a local school to create a brighter future.

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Weekly Roundup: Week of November 17, 2014

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There was much to celebrate last week at UNT. International Education Week went on, Transgender Day of Awareness was on Wednesday, and the research done by students through Innovation Greenhouse was presented.     Maria Hinojosa lead a very motivational lecture on Monday.   (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id))...
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Weekly Roundup: Week of November 10, 2014

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UNT is nearing finals week, so everybody is gearing up to get their study on. As a break from the books last week, UNT offered some entertainment. President Smatresk visited Thailand this past week. Found a sweet ride in the Thai countryside. It's the only way to travel! pic.twitter.com/FFkzZMuPsj — Neal Smatresk (@UNTPrez) November 16, 2014   Students scored...
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Upcoming DLS Speaker: Maria Hinojosa

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Coming this Monday the UNT Distinguished Lecture Series will host Maria Hinojosa, an investigative journalist active in the Latino community. This award winning NPR news correspondent serves as a voice for the Latin community, which is the fastest growing group in America. She focuses on the heroes that go unacknowledged in our world and aids in the expansion of cultural diversity in America...
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This Weekend in Denton - November 14

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It's going to be cold all weekend, so we've found some events to keep you warm. Stay indoors tonight watching the opera at UNT, then head out to the community market tomorrow for good food and great people.   Vote for your favorite local artist of 2014. Top 20 of 2014 Special North Texas Volleyball will host the UTSA team tonight. Vintage Jazz Society - Discover...
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Weekly Roundup: Week of November 7, 2014

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The Greatest Homecoming on Earth - Mean Green Circus was celebrated. We enjoyed a picnic indoors (due to rain), students gathered to test out new games at GameOn! in the Media Library, organizations showed off their dance skills at Yell Like Hell, a nutrition lecture was held and the BSM hosted the Waffle Wagon, and finally a giant bonfire was lit to ignite the team. On Monday, the...
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This Weekend in Denton - November 7

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On Friday The Homecoming March starts at 7PM on Fraternity Row and will lead you to the Bonfire at Apogee Stadium starting at 8.   The monthly art walk will happen in downtown Denton. First Friday Denton - Discover Denton.   This Saturday The Career Center will be hosting a 5k run. Meet at the Pohl Center at 6 AM. Event Detail   Stop by the weekly...

Weekly Roundup: October 27th

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This week: Early voting was held all week long for the election taking place on Tuesday November 4th. Campaigns for and against the fracking ban were all over campus. The Factory opened up their 3D printers. UNT harpists performed at the Onstead Promenade. The Muslim Student Association gave Henna tattoos. NT40 had a dinner and lecture. Friday, the campus was filled with costumed Eagles to...
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This Weekend in Denton - October 31

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It's Halloween weekend! Go trick-or-treating at your favorite Denton spots Trick or Treat around the Denton Square - Discover Denton. Ride your bike in costume with the Denton Green Mile. Meet them at the Courthouse. Denton Halloween Costume Bike Ride - Discover Denton. Treat yourself to a scare The Dark Path Haunt - Discover Denton. The North Texas soccer team plays...
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George Takei presented by The Distinguished Lecture Series

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    Last night, UNT had the pleasure of hosting a man with a wide influence and an even wider smile. George Takei, an actor, a social media guru, and a human rights proponent, graced our campus with his presence on Tuesday evening, and his energy was palpable. From the moment he entered the room, with a grin already spread across his face, all eyes were on him. Of course, you may say...
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Weekly Roundup: Week of October 20, 2014

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Last week at UNT, students watched How to Train Your Dragon 2 outside at the Library Mall. Zombies were slayed at the Zombie Laser Tag event. Students learned about living in Denton at the Housing Fair. Alice Giles shredded the harp elegantly. Finally, students met with potential employers and learned about proper dining etiquette at the Career Center's Etiquette Dinner.   (function...

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