Green Pride: Mean Green license plates and UNT tartan

UNT mascot Scrappy beside the Mean Green Machine Model T (Photo by Michael Clements)Alumni and members of the UNT community can ride with Mean Green pride every day by sporting a "Mean Green" license plate. Since 1991, the license plate program has been a fun way for fans to show their green pride, and now is the perfect time as UNT celebrates its 125th anniversary year. A portion of the proceeds goes to support student scholarships. Learn how to order your plate and more at meangreenplates.unt.edu.

Also as part of UNT's 125th anniversary celebrations, community members can show their UNT spirit by buying UNT tartan gear. UNT's official tartan design, created by Casey Heidt ('15) when she was a fibers student, was accepted by the Scottish Register of Tartans and is on shirts, scarves, ties, kilts and other UNT merchandise. Proceeds from the sale of tartan gear also go to support student scholarships. Learn where to shop for UNT tartan at 125.unt.edu/shop.

And for Mean Green fans who frequent Texas and Oklahoma toll roads, the North Texas Tollway Authority has released specialty toll tags featuring UNT's diving Eagle spirit mark for new and existing customers. Visit specialtytolltags.com for more information.

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