Since the 1950s, six relatives from one Mexican family have continued a tradition of pursuing UNT degrees and then returning to their hometown in Celaya, Guanajuato, where together they run a thriving food distribution company. Here's the story of how they found their family legacy and why more relatives are on the way.
The event will bring together trumpeters of all ages with hopes of winning cash prizes.
Winners will claim cash prizes at the juried exhibit.
Spring brings another round of Thursday Night Music at UNT on the Square, with performances ranging from classical to modern jazz. Students and faculty members of the College of Music at the University of North Texas will play at Denton’s downtown gallery. Admission is free.
The walkathon will end Love Yo' Self Week at the University of North Texas, UNT's observance of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.
The band, made up entirely of active adults and retirees, will celebrate the milestone with an anniversary concert.
When it comes to making portraits, a couple of students at the University of North Texas take a different approach.
Their unique vision will be seen in Waxing and Waning, an exhibition featuring the works of undergraduate and graduate photography students in the Art Photography Club, nicknamed Parallax, from the College of Visual Arts and Design.
A University of North student trying to save her endangered language is getting some unique help keeping it alive.
The Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference has been hosted every year since 2005 by the Frank W. Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism, part of the University of North Texas' Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism.
The high-performance opto-electronic devices could have implications for broadband photodetectors that are useful for the United States Department of Defense or NASA’s imaging applications.