UNT System News Briefs – December 17, 2018

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Monday, December 17, 2018

Was a UNT-Dallas law student suspended because he's a conservative gun owner or over threats?
    Dallas Morning News

A 25-year-old law student is suing Dallas' public law school so he can finish his first semester after officials there suspended him, saying he made threats against the school and a professor.

UNTHSC’s New Dean for Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
    DCEO Healthcare

The University of North Texas Health Science Center has hired Michael Mathis away from LSU, where he was Head at the School for Veterinary Medicine.

Brett Vito: Dwindling of title window with Littrell, Fine causes UNT's fans' blood pressure to rise
    Denton Record-Chronicle

Seth Littrell began his press conference following the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday by crediting Utah State, the team that had just run over North Texas before quickly getting to a rundown of all the Mean Green accomplished in his third season.

North Texas Star Quarterback Is Hurt in Loss to Utah State
    New York Times

North Texas’ star quarterback, Mason Fine, was injured in the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday, allowing his Utah State counterpart, Jordan Love, to steal the show.

Notebook: UNT forced to turn to backups in loss to Utah State in New Mexico Bowl
    Denton Record-Chronicle

North Texas was forced to dig deep into its roster for reinforcements during its 52-13 loss to Utah State in the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday.

Women's basketball: UNT pulls away from Xavier for win
    Denton Record-Chronicle

Anisha George collected her third double-double of the season with game highs of 14 points and 10 rebounds for North Texas as the Mean Green pulled away in the third quarter in a 59-46 win against Xavier University of Louisiana on Sunday afternoon inside the Convocation Center.