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Right behind the driver

Area African Americans describe desegregation in Dallas-Fort Worth and the role the civil Rights Act played in that change.

Posted on: Mon 30 June 2014

A newfound freedom

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, UNT's faculty and staff share how the milestone law changed their lives and the country.

Posted on: Mon 30 June 2014

University honors retirees

More than 60 UNT employees were honored this spring as they celebrate their retirement.

Posted on: Wed 25 June 2014

Leading with passion, intellect and inclusiveness

Robert Milnes retires after nearly nine years of dean of the College of Visual Arts and Design.

Posted on: Wed 18 June 2014

Designing a space for unique clients

Bruce Nacke leads his students on a project for abused women.

Posted on: Tue 10 June 2014

Camp helps kids with speech, language and hearing disorders

Camp Commincate, sponsored by the UNT Speech and Hearing Center, boosts participants' confidence and communication skills with activities including fishing, crafts and safaris.

Posted on: Fri 06 June 2014

From feral to fine

The UNT Feral Cat Rescue Group seeks volunteers and foster homes for strays.

Posted on: Tue 03 June 2014

Critically acclaimed author to serve as UNT’s artist-in-residence

Aleksandar Hemon, whose 2008 novel "The Lazarus Project" was a finalist for the National Book Award, will speak to classes and give lectures during his five visits to campus during the 2014-15 academic year.

Posted on: Mon 02 June 2014

No debate about it

Helping students accomplish their dreams motivates this year's 'Fessor Graham Award winner.

Posted on: Mon 02 June 2014

Bouncing babes shake, rattle and roll at Early Childhood Music program

The six-week classes begin in June for children from ages 0 to 5 years old. Babies will learn musical sounds, nursery-age children will dance and pre-schoolers will try out instruments.

Posted on: Fri 30 May 2014

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