A pulled hamstring as a freshman on the North Texas track and field team in 1961 cut Floyd Eddy Swanzy's ('66) athletic career short -- until four years ago, when the then 69-year-old began competing in the Senior Games circuit.
Carley ('02) and Carlos Gomez-Meade, who went on to become a pediatrician and a dermatologist, met during orientation week at the UNT Health Science Center's Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine through mutual friends.
With 30 years' experience as a licensed counselor, Annetta Ramsay ('82 M.S., '89 Ph.D.) knows how to listen -- and now, she is discovering the power of her own voice to help individuals heal and recover from struggles with eating disorders.
Logistics alum Nathan Chaney ('09) has an innovative spirit, having founded several independent ventures, and he is embracing that spirit in his latest promotion as one of the first U.S. branch managers for Mainfreight, a global provider of transportation and logistics services which has expanded to the U.S.
Growing up watching the popular game show Wheel of Fortune, Camille Hall's (̓08,'10, M.A.) dream of spinning the iconic wheel became a reality. After her final spin in March, Hall left Los Angeles with $67,538 and a trip to Jamaica.