Stories

World Saxophone Congress

2009 Fall

The One O'Clock Lab Band performed at the 15th World Saxophone Congress.

Notable alumni featured in books by alumni

UNT alumni who’ve made names for themselves are featured in two recent books by alumni: <strong>Gayla Brooks Kokel’s </strong> (’69)<em>Oak Cliff</em> and <strong>Scott Boyter’s</strong> (’93) <em>The Ticket Full Disclosure: The Completely True Story of the Marconi-winning Little Ticket, a.k.a., The Station That Got Your Mom to Say &ldquo;Stay Hard&rdquo;</em>.

Overcoming it All

2009 Fall

Alumna focuses on helping women feel empowered.

History of China

The political, social and cultural development of Chinese civilization is explored in Harold M. Tanner’s latest book, China: A History.

Jazz and pragmatism

In The Shadow and the Act: Black Intellectual Practice, Jazz Improvisation and Philosophical Pragmatism, Walton M. Muyumba, associate professor of English, presents authors Ralph Ellison, James Baldwin and Amiri Baraka as a jazz trio.

Research Earns UNT Recognition

2009 Fall

UNT's research profile is rising, thanks to more dollars, new facilities and high-profile faculty awards.

New Veterans Center opens

UNT’s Student Veterans Association and the UNT Veterans Center organized this spring and celebrated the center’s official opening in August.

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