Opal Lee

Alumni Spotlight

Miles to Go

Opal Lee's ('63 M.Ed.) tireless activism led to Juneteenth being designated a federal holiday.

Written by: Erin Cristales

#Alumni Spotlight, #Features, #College of Education, #2022 Spring

Scott Bakula with 'Texas Penitentiary Team' athletes filming Necessary Roughness in 1991

Online Extra

Necessary Roughness Turns 30

The film, released Sept. 27, 1991, had a starring role at UNT.

Written by: Kayla Lindberg

#2022 Spring

UNT basketball

Mean Green

Mean Green - Hoop, There It Is

Men's and women's basketball teams both net spectacular seasons.

#Athletics, #Athletics, #Mean Green Athletics, #2022 Spring


Campus Life

The Dogs of UNT

Who's a good dog? Meet the furry friends who keep our students safe and happy.

Written by: Jessica DeLeĆ³n

#Department of Biological Sciences, #College of Arts & Sciences, #Department of Chemistry, #College of Science, #Features, #2022 Spring

Elinor Lichtenberg

Research Feature

Protecting the Environment

UNT researchers are creating solutions to combat climate change.

Written by: Trista Moxley

#Science/Research, #Features, #2022 Spring


Alumni Spotlight

Head of the Class

Alumni find many ways to use their degrees from UNT's College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.

Written by: Erin Cristales, Brittney Dear and Danielle Zachariah

#College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, #Features, #2022 Spring

UNT dining

A Taste of UNT

The Dish on Dining

UNT's Dining Services delivers some of the best food in the nation for every appetite.

#Food, #UNT News, #2022 Spring

Photo of Nurre family members posed in their home, wearning plaid shirts

Legacy Families

Birds of a Feather

Family time is paramount for the Nurres.

Written by: Heather Noel

#Legacy Families, #2022 Spring