Stories

The Ultraviolet Edge
Urban Decay's Global Initiative

2018 Summer

In 2015, CEO Wende Zomnir and Urban Decay launched The Ultraviolet Edge, a global initiative to empower women that has so far donated more than $2 million to seven different women-centric nonprofits.

Urban Decay's workspace
The Mothership

2018 Summer

Urban Decay is no ordinary beauty brand, and its headquarters in Newport Beach, California, reflect that unique spirit. Co-founder and CEO Wende Zomnir ('89) describes what makes the homebase – nicknamed "The Mothership" – unlike any other workplace.

<p>Leila Rahimi</p>
Olympic Broadcast Dreams

2018 Spring

Leila Rahimi had lofty dreams as a Denton teenager — literally.

<p>Alan Kumar ('93, '98 M.S., '03 Ph.D.)</p>
Working to Battle Breast Cancer

2018 Spring

Two UNT alumni are fighting one of the most common forms of cancer.

<p>From left, Brenda McCoy and Paul Poston Sr.</p>
A Legacy of Service

2018 Spring

UNT Presidential Citation honors Paul Poston Sr. nearly 76 years after he left UNT for World War II.

<p>Rudy Reynoso at the Grammys Red Carpet event</p>
Rock Star Trek

2018 Spring

UNT alumnus Rudy Reynoso rubs elbows with music royalty after winning a trip to the Grammys.

<p>UNT love letters</p>
Love Stories

2018 Spring

This year’s winning UNT love story was hard to beat.

<p>UNT System building</p>
#TogetherWe

2018 Spring

The UNT System's universities serve, inspire and drive the North Texas region.

<p>Steven Glassner</p>
Positive Impact

2018 Spring

Steven Glassner wants to impact his own students the way his UNT professors influenced him.

Freedman Town 2.0

2017 Fall

A UNT class turned voices from Denton's Quakertown past into an interactive video tour and app.

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