DENTON, Texas— #TheGreenScreen’s first episode of the 2015-16 school year is now online. Created by the UNT Union, #TheGreenScreen is a web show meant to inform students about events on campus. #TheGreenScreen has a long history at North Texas, starting in 2012 as a way to promote the University Union and provide information about UPC events and other happenings on campus. Over the course of four years, #TheGreenScreen has won many awards from the AVA Digital Awards, including a platinum award for “Scrappy Bros,” a gold award for “How the Grinch Stole the Union” and an honorable mention for “The Walking Dead” in 2015, as well as a first-place Association of College Unions International (ACUI) award for “Scrappy Bros” and third-place for “Plans & Renovations. #TheGreenScreen has also been recognized by ACUI’s “Steal this Idea” nationally and regionally. Since 2012, #TheGreenScreen has evolved into what is now a sketch comedy show. While still informing students about events, the web show will now have even more original content that relates to important current events and campus goings-on. With creator and producer Steve Meehin at the helm, co-producers, directors, and writers Shane Silagi and Freddy Mendez create exciting, ingenious, and relevant content for UNT students. Check out #TheGreenScreen monthly for new content and clever antics.