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Innovative new partnership leads University of North Texas to build Frisco campus

Unanimous approval of a new ‘public-public’ partnership between the City of Frisco, its Frisco Economic and Community Development Corporations and UNT makes way for what will ultimately be a branch campus to serve at least 5,000 students, providing higher education and research opportunities for future generations.

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Sidney Sue Smith Graham

Sidney Sue Smith Graham, who was responsible for coining the phrase "Mean Green" recently passed away.

She and her husband, the late Fred Graham (’57), met as journalism majors on campus. He credited her with creating UNT’s Mean Green nickname at a home football game in the 1960s, when he was working as sports information director. He adopted the words for a press release, and the nickname soon caught on. The Grahams worked at the San Angelo Standard-Times and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and Sidney was the lifestyle editor at the Denton Record-Chronicle. She also worked as public information director for Denton’s Flow Hospital. A memorial service is schedule at 3 p.m. May 26 at First Christian Church in Denton.