left, Casey Burke (’95), Holly Baber (’93, ’98 M.A.) and Geoff
Nadeau (’94), along with photographer Becky Brown (’96), made
the trek to the season-opening UNT-Nebraska game Sept. 4,
1993, in Lincoln. The four Eagle fans provided a spot of green
in the Huskers’ sea of red.
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One of UNT’s
newest alumni, Laura Cullen (’00), is also one of its youngest.
The December graduate earned her bachelor’s degree with a double
major in English and history less than two weeks after turning 17.
Cullen’s exceptional memory and ability to process information helped
earn her a spot in UNT’s Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science
at 13, a few years younger than most. Cullen, who says she’s not
quite comfortable with the “genius” label, appreciates her family’s
approach. “My parents don’t consider me a brain,” she says. “To
them, I’m just their daughter, and that’s nice.” She plans to go
to graduate school and eventually teach at the secondary level.
the Dec. 7 Dallas Morning News