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photo of Charlie Brown and  Julius Zsohar  

Construction continues on the Student Recreation Center on Chestnut Street and North Texas Boulevard. Charlie Brown, left, superintendent of Austin Commercial, studies the plans with Julius Zsohar, UNT’s director of construction. For an up-to-the-minute look at the progress on the building, check out the web cam at the construction site.

photo by Amy Hubbard


  photo of Rick Villarreal

Athletic Director Rick Villarreal visited with fans at a meeting of the Denton chapter of the North Texas Exes Aug. 8. The event at the Environmental Education, Science and Technology Building included a planetarium show, live entertainment and door prizes.

photo by Angilee Wilkerson


photo of summer commencement  

Nearly 1,700 students graduated at summer commencement Aug. 10. Lew Taylor, professor of management and director of the Murphy Enterprise Center, spoke at the general convocation.

photo by Scott Bauer


photo of students  

New students moved into the residence halls on Sunday Fun Day Aug. 18 with help from UNT faculty and staff members.

photo by Amy Hubbard


photo of Scrappy  

Scrappy primed the french fry cannon to shoot T-shirts into the crowd at the game against Nicholls State Sept. 7 at Fouts Field.

photo by Dale Wilkerson


photo of The Wings  

The Wings displayed their Eagle claws at the Nicholls State game Sept. 7. The Mean Green won the home opener 23-0.

photo by Dale Wilkerson


photo of Walt Parker  

Walt Parker (’40), UNT System vice chancellor for governmental affairs, was among those attending the city of Denton’s “Day of Remembrance” ceremony Sept. 11 at the Courthouse on the Square.

photo by Angilee Wilkerson


photo of quilt  

Student representatives dedicated the “Partners for Peace” quilt to the university at a ceremony Sept. 11 at the Shrader Pavilion, in remembrance of victims of last year’s terrorist attacks. Various student organizations made the squares for the quilt.

photo by Ida Castillo


photo of Edna Obichuku  

Edna Obichuku, assistant director of Clark Hall, contributed to the Remembrance Wall outside the Union, which was set up for UNT community members to express their thoughts on the first anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

photo by Ida Castillo



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