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Dickens remembered

Sandra Spencer, principal lecturer of English and director of the Women's and Gender Studies Program, paid tribute to the novelist at the Westminster Abbey by laying a wreath on his tomb.

Posted on: Wed 23 July 2014

Volunteer to mentor UNT students

UNT's ACCESS Mentoring Program is currently looking for faculty and staff members to serve as mentors to UNT students for the 2014-15 academic year.

Posted on: Tue 22 July 2014

All in the family

The North Texan: Alumni make businesses personal by working with their relatives.

Posted on: Thu 17 July 2014

Journey across globe in Travel-Learn program

Criminal Justice professor and London native Peter Johnstone will lead three trips to Europe. The Center for Achievement and Lifelong Learning also is sponsoring packages to Alaska, Tanzania and Yellowstone.

Posted on: Thu 17 July 2014

Sailing back in time

A history doctoral student taught biology Professor Guenter Gross much about his father.

Posted on: Tue 15 July 2014

Uncommon threads

Amie Adelman, associate professor of fibers, makes elaborate designs through simple material.

Posted on: Fri 11 July 2014

"The Lady Revealed" goes international

Theatre professor Andrew B. Harris sees his play, which was first performed at UNT, get a reading from professional actors.

Posted on: Tue 08 July 2014

A law that allowed dreams to become realities

Although she was born years later, Multicultural Center director Cheylon Brown says the Civil Rights Act of 1964 affected her greatly.

Posted on: Wed 02 July 2014

Propelled into his field

Herman Totten, dean of the College of Information, began seeing career opportunities open up to him after the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Posted on: Tue 01 July 2014

Protests captured nation's attention

Todd Moye, associate professor of history, says the Civil Rights movement hit critical mass in 1964, with creative protests that business owners and housewives could understand.

Posted on: Mon 30 June 2014

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