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Eagle Tale is a personal essay by UNT alums, who often write about a particularly memorable person or incident from their time on campus or something they learned that came in handy years later. While we're waiting for Eagle Tale to return, if you're a North Texas alum who has a good story with a UNT connection to tell, let us know. E-mail your idea for an essay to email@example.com and we'll send you more details. To get you started, here's a good example from a past issue.
On the road
Geography field trips have filled the summers for North Texas students since 1932.
East Texas show
Flossie Belle the blast furnace was a main attraction for students on the Lone Star Steel Co. tour, according to this Campus Chat article.
Down the Corridor
Normal Building burns, attractive yards awarded, Pat Boone debuts, E.T. phones home, Denton area welcomes 940