Stories

Abdulrahman Habib
Bright Minds, Smart Cities

2019 Fall

Growing urbanization requires innovative approaches to infrastructure — and researchers like UNT clinical assistant professor in IPACS Habib Abdulrahman are heeding the call.

Sara Cederburg on a foot bridge under construction
Building a Safer Path

2019 Fall

UNT alumna Sara Cederburg ('00) helped construct a bridge for a small town in Bolivia

Wende Zomnir and UNT President Neal Smatresk
Makeup and Mayhem

Urban Decay founding partner Wende Zomnir (’89) discusses how she shook up the beauty industry with the kind of fearless self-expression that never goes out style.

Brett Luce stands on top a sign for the Katahdin Baxter peak
Blazing His Own Trail

UNT alumnus Brett Luce ('18) has gone from climbing at the Pohl Recreation Center to hiking the Appalachian Trail.

Elizabeth Leese
Cut from a Different Cloth

Fashion alum Elizabeth Leese (’17) establishes a uniquely excellent reputation as the designer of one-of-a-kind custom bridal gowns.

katy Beth Irwin McGahey ('17) and Ryan McGahey (’17, ’18 M.B.A.) got engaged at UNT's Hurley Administration Building.
The Place for Love

2019 Fall

UNT played a significant role in the relationship of this alumni couple — including their proposal.

A silent disco at Eagle Insomnia
An Eye-Opening Experience

2019 Fall

Eagle Insomnia welcomed Eagles back to the nest with a festive, fun-filled night in the Union.

Darwin, Shakespeare and Zen Chanting

2019 Fall

UNT professors Ricardo Rozzi, Jacqueline Vanhoutte and Stephen Slottow release new books.

Lucky the Squirrel with passport
Eagles Abroad

2019 Fall

This summer, students spread their wings by taking part in UNT's various study abroad trips.

Joe Scott
Ask Him Anything

2019 Fall

Alum Joe Scott's ('98) interest in making movies and comedy turns into a popular YouTube channel.

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