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Alumnus Darin Bradley to read from his novel “Chimpanzee”

The creative writing program is sponsoring the Feb. 11 event, which will include a question and answer session about Bradley's dystopian work.

Posted on: Fri 23 January 2015

Eleni of Sparta tells the Indo-Greek story of Helen of Troy

The performance, which takes place Feb. 20, is choreographed and presented by Rajika Puri as part of the Fine Arts Series.

Posted on: Fri 23 January 2015

Laverne Cox, actress and transgender advocate, to speak Feb. 24

Cox, best known as Sophia on the Netflix series "Orange is the New Black," will discuss how race, class and gender shaped her experience as a transgender woman.

Posted on: Thu 22 January 2015

Meet candidates for campus director of equal opportunity

The first candidate will visit Jan. 23 and the second candidate visits Jan. 26.

Posted on: Thu 22 January 2015

A Cappella Choir's concert features broad spectrum of styles

At the Feb. 10 concert in Dallas, Jerry McCoy will direct the choir as it performs a wide of variety of songs -- including a motet by Mendelssohn, African American spirituals and "The Yellow Rose of Texas."

Posted on: Tue 20 January 2015

Container Store CEO to speak Feb. 4

Kip Tindell presents "Conscious Capitalism" at the upcoming lecture series.

Posted on: Tue 20 January 2015

Baumer String Quartet joins faculty, students for recitals

The ensemble -- whose members, including adjunct professor Nathan Olson, belong to world-class orchestras and eminent chamber groups -- will perform free concerts Feb. 6 and Feb. 8.

Posted on: Thu 15 January 2015

Students can make their own books at Saturday Art Gallery Series

At the Feb. 7 event, collage artist and writer Christine Irving will read and discuss a traditional tale, then teach participants how to create their own book from one page of paper. The event is open for students from kindergarten to 12th grade and their families.

Posted on: Thu 15 January 2015

Gen. Wesley Clark to speak at UNT Feb. 4.

The former NATO supreme allied commander, presidential candidate and author visits campus as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series, Tickets are $8 for faculty and staff.

Posted on: Mon 12 January 2015

Guest curator opens gallery's spring season

Tempestt Hazel wants visitors to interpret Lost In Trans in their own ways.

Posted on: Wed 07 January 2015

UNT’s future

President Smatresk invites you to share your thoughts on three key questions: What is your greatest dream for UNT? What does the world want from UNT? What are UNT's unique attributes and market niche?

Smoke-Free Policy - Effective January 1st

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