UNT alumnus Bob Huffaker recalls covering JFK assassination.
The spring issue of The North Texan reminded me of how many musicians are UNT alums.
I will miss the presence that Dr./Brig. Gen. Hurley had on campus during my enrollment.
I attended a banquet at church this summer that had a '50s theme.
Not only am I an employee of UNT, but I am also part of the Dog Days of Denton.
I was happy to see the letter from former track and cross country members who are still running.
I found this picture in my North Texas scrapbook.
A UNT education helps students rise to the top.
Matt ('07) and I met on campus the first year Victory Hall opened.
In the fall of 1971, I signed up for a dorm room in Kendall Hall. It was cheaper than other dorms and I liked the way it looked. The components were brick and stone, lovely colors. It had good bones.