Thomas Edison failed 10,000 times at inventing the light bulb and James Dyson went through 5,126 prototypes before arriving at his “revolutionary vacuum cleaner.” The product WD-40 literally means “Water Displacement—40th Attempt.” None of these people gave up! Instead, they kept a clear goal in mind. We want our students to do the same and we are here to provide resources to help you to Succeed at UNT! Want additional resources? Click here
The cold winter months can make it tough to eat many fruits and veggies. Focus on seasonal options, like broccoli, carrots, dark leafy greens, sweet potatoes and citrus. For a complete list of Texas produce available during each season, check out the Go Texan Produce Availability chart. Don’t forget that canned, frozen or dried produce can also be a great option, but try to choose items with little or no added sugar, salt or fat.
Did you know that UNT had a registered dietitian on staff that is available for nutritional consultations? To schedule an appointment, call 940-565-2333. Click here for appointment prices.
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Do you know the Tobacco Grade for the State of Texas?
In an effort to reduce the adverse effects caused by tobacco use, each state and the District of Columbia are now graded on the effectiveness of their tobacco control laws utilizing measures established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The highest attainable score is 55. This is equivalent to an “A”. Texas scored a 9; earning an “F”.
Can you guess the top 3 states with the best score? Find out by visiting: