Great Things are Happening at UNT

Pass it on: Great things are happening at UNT. Learn about them here and share our successes with your family and friends.

  • Happy dining. Khush Roti, which means "happy bread" in Hindi, is making happy eaters with its award-winning fare. It earned two national awards for dining services — Best Convenience Retailing Concept by Food Management magazine and Best Single Retail Concept by the National Association of College and University Food Services. The campus food cart serves up international sandwiches such as the Tandoori Naanwich spicy marinated chicken and Sabzee, a vegetarian delight.
  • Find it online. The UNT Libraries CyberCemetery website — an archive of government websites that have ceased operation — has been selected as one of the MARS Best Free Reference Web Sites of 2011. The 13th annual list includes 25 websites voted for by member librarians from around the U.S. as an outstanding site for reference information.
  • Dancing flutist. Doctoral student Wayla Chambo performed at the August National Flute Association convention, the premier professional organization for flutists in the U.S. Chambo combined a popular Bach composition with choreography that allowed her audience to experience music and dance in a new way. The five-minute classical piece featured modern dance techniques such as turns, rolls and jumps. Watch a video of Chambo's performance. >>