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Gil Hoffman will focus on the personal impact of the current presidential administrations in both Jerusalem and Washington, D.C., on the prospects of war and peace in the Middle East and discuss reasons for optimism.

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A parade, picnic, field day and an evening honoring distinguished alumni are some of the events scheduled for the University of North Texas' Homecoming Nov. 6 – Nov. 11.

Paul Voertman standing in his namesake concert hall.

The University of North Texas announced today that it will receive the largest bequest in its history from the estate of Paul R. Voertman, the former owner of Denton’s iconic Voertman’s Bookstore and a local patron of art and music. Voertman died June 21, 2017, at the age of 88.

UNT Opera will perform Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” at 8 p.m. Nov. 3 and 10 and 3

Jonathan Eaton, the new Margot and Bill Winspear Chair in Opera Studies, has had a successful career – directing performances both nationally and internationally for some of the most prestigious opera companies. From Dallas, to Chicago, to New York, San Francisco and San Diego, overseas to Britain, Germany, the Netherlands and France, this international opera director has spread his talents around the world. Now he’s bringing his unique perspective to the UNT College of Music to enrich North Texas with his operatic vision.

Upcycled Halloween costumes

University of North Texas design students have an unusual class presentation – a Halloween costume exhibit featuring outfits they designed to benefit charity.

 

The University of North Texas and Collin College will participate in Education Design Lab’s Seamless Transfer Pathways Design Challenge, a 15-month design process exploring ways for students seeking a bachelor degree to transition smoothly from a community college to a four-year institution.  

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A student-run restaurant at the University of North Texas' Department of Hospitality Management and Tourism is giving students hands-on experience running a successful business.

UNT Ph.D. candidate Jessica Beckham has spent years researching Texas bumblebee populations and observing how urban green spaces and community gardens are preserving different species.