Royster and Brian
Greensboro, N.C., were married Aug. 9 in Dallas. Brian attended
UNT from 1998 to 2000.
(M.B.A.), Fort Worth, will be attending law school in the fall of 2004 at Texas
Sherman, received a master of arts degree
in student affairs from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in May. She
now works in the student development field as the area coordinator at
Austin College in Sherman.
Stroud and Christopher
'Tiger' Burrowes ('02),
Dallas, were married Sept. 20 in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
(M.S.), Dallas, who is board certified in health law, has joined Hughes & Luce
LLP as a partner. He is a member of the board of directors of the State Bar of
Texas and has taught classes in law and medicine, bioethics and clinical ethics
at UNT, the University of Texas at Dallas and UT Southwestern.
Osburn (M.Ed.), Rochester, Mich., is employed as a secondary science instructor
with the Alex and Marie Manoogian School in Southfield, Mich. She previously
taught science at Pilot Point High School.
Savannah, Ga., is the sports anchor for WSAV-TV3, an NBC affiliate in
Arlington, has been commissioned to do
a painting for the Ty Cobb Museum in Georgia, only the second piece ever
commissioned by the museum. His work has been exhibited this year at
the Dallas Center for Contemporary Art, Mockingbird Station and the Dallas
is using his journalism degree as the assistant director of classified advertising
for the Vail Daily.
J. Madsen (M.F.A),
Denton, an award-winning photographer, exhibited his latest work at the
Turley Gallery in Dallas this summer. The black-and-white photos feature
his subjects in their favorite places.
Denton, is the event and communication specialist for Exel in Dallas.