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Remembering Howard Smith

His 36-year career at UNT included serving as professor, dean of the College of Education and interim president and chancellor.

Melissa Huffman
Melissa Huffman

2017 Winter

A devastating hurricane season cements alumna's passion for work as a meteorologist.

Thanks to the Mean Green football team for a great season

The Mean Green finished the season with a 9-5 record, capturing the Conference USA West division crown and an appearance at the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl game.

Willie Barber, a pioneer in UNT's computer science program, still at work at 73

In 1977 Apple Computers released the first personal computer with color graphics, the first modem for home users hit stores, and Willie Barber ('77 M.S.) was in the first class to graduate from UNT with a master's degree in computer science.

Video: There's something for everyone at the world's largest library

Watch a video about the people behind the scenes at the Library of Congress

Photo essay: Winter 2017

Mean Green football alumni honor former football coach Hayden Fry; students celebrate Dia de los Muertos; and UNT remembers Sept. 11.

Video: Tom Cundari, 2017 Eminent Faculty Award

Thomas R. Cundari, Regents Professor of chemistry, is being awarded the Eminent Faculty Award.

Tributes to Robert B. Toulouse

Former and current faculty and administrators paid tribute to Robert B. Toulouse, whose life was celebrated Sept. 25 on campus.

Tributes to Paul Voertman

Paul Voertman, a graduate of the campus Demonstration School who attended North Texas in the 1940s, was the former owner of Denton's iconic Voertman's Bookstore, a patron of art and music, and one of UNT's most generous benefactors.

Video: 2017 Alumni Awards

Watch videos of each of this year's Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award winners to learn about their careers, service and why UNT is dear to their hearts.

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