Posts Tagged ‘unt’

Cutting History

When the first police car rolled up, its blue roof lights flashing in the night, the vandalism suspect — a tall, slender young man with a blond goatee — was standing on the sidewalk of Oak Street in central Denton with two ...

Trey Wright’s “Class Portrait”


Fort Worth Weekly
The letters in OP Collective’s name stand for “Out of Pocket.” The group is four photographers who graduated from UNT and have regular jobs by day but pursue their art on the side. Their work is on display at UNT on the S...


Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 20 - Oscar-nominated actresses don’t often come here to give free concerts, but that’s what Hailee Steinfeld will be doing at Sundance Square today as part of the H&M store’s opening festivities. The Pitch Perfect...

Matthew Carroll sanding the plaster frame. Photo by Erin Ratigan.

Fueling Tomorrow

A UNT team will join hundreds of other students to try to bring the automotive industry into the 21st century.
Erin Ratigan
Every April since 2006, students from all over North and South America flock to Detroit, Mich., with a shared purpose: to change the future of the automotive industry by competing in the Shell Eco-marathon Americas. The contest...


Prague Rock

Fort Worth Weekly
First known as Bohemia and Moravia, then later as part of Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic has centuries of tradition of classical music. UNT’s Czech Music Festival aims to plumb this, but the event is going in unexpected d...

Ray: “I decided I wanted to fight.” Photo by James Coreas.

Scholar, fighter, mother

A Fort Worth mom overcomes a debilitating disease to go back to school — with her two daughters.
Eric Griffey
Last fall, University of North Texas undergraduate Darla Ray competed in a dance tournament. The dance-off among teams representing campus dorms was a part of the school’s “Yell Like Hell” homecoming festivities, a series...


UNT Students Hope To Block Greg Abbott Speech

Jeff Prince
Gov. Greg Abbott is a big “family values” kind of guy. In his myopic world, family values translates to no abortions, no homosexual marriage, no medicinal marijuana, no nothing that doesn’t pass his superior moral judgmen...

Red Army

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wednesday 4 - Changes in adoption laws have given rise to an increase in abandoned babies in South Korea. A pastor in Seoul, Lee Jong-rak has tried to address the problem with “The Baby Box,” allowing mothers to leave their...


Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wednesday 18 This year’s Thin Line Fest is bigger than ever, beginning tonight with Eric Noren’s concert film Midlake: Live from Denton, TX, with Boxcar Bandits playing at the after-party. Other films include Far From Home,...

“Elder Brown’s False Teeth”


UNT’s new art exhibition Lost in Trans is not about transgender people but about works from the permanent and lending collections of the College of Visual Arts and Design. The “trans” in the title is a cut-off version of ...