Bowl pics Did you make the trek to the New Orleans Bowl to cheer on the
Mean Green? Send us your photos.
In this issue, you'll
read about a project that is keeping Pearl Harbor memories alive,
a leader named Walt Parker and UNT contributions to the growing field
of logistics. An expanded "After Sept. 11" section highlights
university reaction to the terrorist attacks and ways the campus responded
in the days following.
Check out our newest web feature, packed with photos of what's been
going on around campus this semester. If you're too far away for
an in-person visit, here's the next best thing to being here.
From the Harbor
Oral History Collection gathers firsthand accounts of Pearl Harbor
By Nancy Kolsti
UNT community finds ways to help and cope in the wake of terrorist
By Rufus Coleman
issued by the Office of War Information in 1942 in remembrance
of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
We've got spirits! And Bruce Hall's playful ghost Wanda may
have a little competition. For news of other campus spooks
(including the mischievous Brenda in Maple Hall and a Health
Center ghost who seems to have lost his shirt), click
set the jazz record straight and remember Schoolhouse Rock.
For a European perspective on the events of Sept. 11, don't miss
the complete letter from J. Brad Moss. Read responses or send
in your own letter to the editor.
Francis Stroup describes the creation of the North Texas fight song
eight of his most popular lines. We've also included his
expanded story of 'Fessor and the Aces.
The demonstration school (also known as the lab school) gets high
marks from former students and teachers.
The Eagles win the TIAA basketball championship, President J.C.
Matthews is formally inducted, William Stafford visits campus and
America's Funniest Home Videos features a student and his