Clarence “Woody” Wood and Mary Ellen Standley Wood met and fell in love at North Texas.
The soldier famous for going into combat wearing pink boxers also wore the T-shirt of a UNT alumni owned business.
The UNT Alumni Association’s new holiday ornament features the Hurley Administration Building and McConnell Clock Tower.
With a rich lineage, UNT’s family grows green pride as new generations of alumni write their own chapters in our story.
Professor Emeritus of music and former student Bob Rogers happily transcribes sheet music.
Reaching out a helping hand is second nature to Constance Lacy (’98).
Pride in the Mean Green grows with top honors and a future that includes a new stadium.
Gerald “Jerry” Ringe (’05) reflects on musical experiences.