It occurred to me recently that almost-forgotten old campus haunts can be powerful memory stimuli.
I knew Jesús "Jessie" Moroles when we were both finishing our degrees in the arts.
I have enjoyed reading about friendships and romances that were spawned on campus.
I loved the article on Joyce Eaton Pennington and remembered her immediately.
UNT has done many wonderful things but I don't believe time travel is one of them.
Boomer brought back memories of the first cannon I know of to be fired on campus.
Since 1890, UNT has been an engine of opportunity, creativity and growth.
Whoever reads this note, please know that only you can change this world.
Back in 1982, I began my senior project, a metal sculpture of an eagle with wings spread.
My favorite moments? As a grad student focused on completing my studies, all of them were academic.