Down the Corridor: Send us your memories about your favorite campus spots

Students in the University Building's Howdy Room in 1959.

As long as students have been coming to North Texas, they’ve been finding favorite places to congregate. The Union has long been a prime meeting place on campus, whether you knew it as the Union Building, the Student Union or the University Union. And we’ve heard of some popular off-campus spots through the years, on the Corner and around the square. (Pender’s, Hamilton’s Drug, the Ju-Cy Pig, the Library – no not that library, the Tomato and Mr. Chopsticks come to mind.) If you had a favorite hangout as a student, we’d like to hear about it.

Send your memories and photos to north_texan@unt.edu. Or write to us at The North Texan; University of North Texas; Division of University Relations, Communications and Marketing; 1155 Union Circle #311070; Denton, Texas 76203-5017.