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Operation Kindness: Success

As part of The Big Event, a national day of service, 2,500 UNT students ventured out into their community to make great change. Operation Kindness was one target for the students’ generosity, being the largest no-kill animal shelter in North Texas. Brian Roth at ntTV uncovers how the volunteers’ work compounded Operation Kindness’s impact on […]

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UNT’s “Eaglenet” to Receive a Revamp

While UNT has provided a useful Wi-Fi service through Eaglenet, students and staff are unfortunately familiar with the service’s shortcomings. John Hooper, UNT’s Chief Information Officer, discusses how UNT plans to address these issues by significantly improving Eaglenet over the next two years.

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Kenzie Grimes Hits It Off With UNT Softball

While UNT’s female softball team celebrates its best start in history, teammates explain how the presence of one particular player has helped the team take off. From the moment she stepped foot on the field, freshman Kenzie Grimes has brought a confidence and outspokenness to the team that has rarely been seen before.

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Confidence Building Martial Arts

This relaxing martial arts class is sure to improve mental and physical strength. Students learn self-defense moves that are not harmful towards them, or the attacker. This is a great class for women and children because it does not require a lot of strength to complete the moves. ntTV’s Katie Drake has the full story.

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TAMS Students Create A Sweet Treat

UNT’S TAMS students held a science hour for kids to try and show them how science can be incorporated into everyday life. TAMS students showed the children how to make delicious ice cream from scratch by using different scientific chemicals. ntTV’s Katie Berlin has the story.

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From Sochi to SWAT Team

UNT’s very own Johnny Quinn was invited to take on SWAT training provided by the Denton Police Department. Quinn is a Bobsledder, and competed in the 2014 Olympic Winter Games that were held in Sochi, Russia. While there, he was trapped in his hotel bathroom, and was forced to punch through the door to escape. […]

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Texas Reacts to Arizona’s LGBT Controversy

Arizona’s controversial bill, which will allow business owners to deny service to same-sex couples on the basis of religion, has far-reaching consequences that extend beyond the state’s own borders. Dr. Matthew Eshbaugh-Soha of UNT’s Department of Political Science discusses how the bill might affect Texas – notably gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott – and the United […]

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Wild About Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch

Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch offers an amazing wildlife experience that is sure to make you wild about animals. They have a very wide array of animals including bears, kangaroos, cobras, and many more. This ranch allows visitors to pet some of their animals, and also teaches visitors about their animals. If you’re looking for a place […]

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High Flying Adventures At iFly

North Texans now have a new way to get an adrenaline rush without having to jump from 13,000 feet in the air. iFly is a brand new indoor skydiving facility that can accommodate adrenaline junkies of all ages. iFly is located in Frisco, and is the first indoor skydiving facility in North Texas.  ntTV’s Maria […]

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ntTV’s Nightly News Takes Second Place at BEA

We are proud to announce that ntTV’s Nightly News has won second place in the Broadcast Education Association’s 2014 Festival of Media Arts! The Nightly News scored in the “Television Newscast Airing 4/5 Days a Week” category. Congratulations to the following students who had a hand in creating our award-winning newscast: The Thursday Night News […]

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