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Fall 2002 issue vol. 52 no.3

The North Texan Fall 2002 issue vol. 52 no.3

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UNT Mean Green heads back to the Big Easy for the New Orleans Bowl, December 17, 2002. Find out the details here.

Chancellors change, the School of Visual Arts celebrates its 10th anniversary, students relive their freshman year and Coach G.A. Moore nears a record.

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UNT President Norval Pohl is sharing campus news and other information of interest to UNT alums in a new e-mail newsletter, North Texas Insider. Click here to read more about the newsletter or sign up to receive it.

feature stories

Change of Leadership
The UNT System welcomes Chancellor Lee Jackson and honors former Chancellor Alfred F. Hurley and his wife, Johanna.

High Fashion, High Art
The School of Visual Arts celebrates its 10th anniversary and its talented alumni.
By Kelley Reese

The Freshman Experience
The studying, the studying: Five students recount freshman year 2001.
By Nancy Kolsti

Life on the Sidelines
Coach G.A. Moore returns to Pilot Point on the verge of a record-breaking season.
By Nancy Kolsti


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Pilot Point Coach G.A. Moore (’62) will have the most wins of any coach in Texas high school football history with his 397th victory. Track his progress here.

Do we have a campus ghost with an interest in marketing? Check out photos from Curry Hall here.



alumni news  

Alumni Items:
Homecoming 2002
UNT Athletic Hall of Fame
Lasting Memory: The pesky period

Class Notes

Friends We'll Miss



Elvis to Emerson, Creek medicine, manifest destiny, A.C. Greene’s chance encounters, Judas novel, Osu caste system, 9-1-1 stories, Eisenhower court, CDs

What's Been Happening
The semester in photos




Read letters about Dr. Lott’s influence, the Mean Green spirit, Tina Slinker and the Duck. Or send in your own letter to the editor.


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eagle tale

Jacqueline Johnson Lambiase (’84, ’92 M.A.), now an assistant professor of journalism at UNT, recalls important lessons from her freshman year. No. 1: Don’t forget to study.

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time tracks

Ghost Story:
Ectoplasms in Curry Hall

’Fessor’s 100th:
Remembering one of North Texas’ most well-known faculty members

Down the Corridor:
The largest freshman class in history enrolls; the Eagles beat North Dakota 55-0; Palmer, Ford and Moyers receive Distinguished Alumni awards; and Fry Street Fair gets bad news.


UNT news

photo of skull

Fossil finds may challenge theories
Professor Reid Ferring uncovers another early human skull in Dmanisi

Ribbon cutting opens research park
U.S. House Majority Leader Dick Armey on hand for formal ceremony

Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf to speak
UNT’s Murphy Enterprise Center sponsors November luncheon in Dallas

Regents Professors named
Six faculty members honored for outstanding research and teaching

New bird on campus
Scrappy character combines eagle mascot and “Mean Green” name

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