Guest choreographer Bebe Miller gives free public lecture at UNT.
Yosemite National Park’s wilderness region was the summer studio for two photographer alumni.
The life and work of alumna and acclaimed Texas-based contextual artist is subject of new book.
Friends, family and scholars gathered in December at the Lebanese American University in Beirut for a tribute to the late Lebanese poet Jawdat Haydar (’28), who published his first poem as a student at North Texas.
Nada M. Shabout, associate professor of art history, co-edits new in-depth survey of Arab art.
UNT’s One O’Clock Lab Band earns two Grammy nominations, bringing its total to six.
The third biennial conference, with participation across disciplines, will focus on rivers.
A new institute opens gallery, welcomes Oscar-nominated writer and names faculty fellows.
Campus radio station KNTU celebrates 40th anniversary.
Professor of music and internationally renowned tenor Richard Croft performs at Versailles.