Interior design illustration by Giselle Villeda

Finding Her Purpose

Making the decision to attend the University of North Texas was not difficult for Arlington, Texas native Giselle Villeda. Now in her senior year, Villeda says top tier programs and scholarship offerings were what closed the deal to call UNT home. “I had other options, but nothing really compared to the scholarship UNT was offering,…
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A Message from Kevin Fralicks – January 2023

It is truly an honor to serve you as the leader of the UNT Alumni Association, a powerful community of UNT alumni and friends of which I am proud to be a lifetime member. If you attended Mean Green Fan Fest, our 2022 Bowl Game events, you know that North Texas spirit is alive and…
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Library Mall at UNT Denton

UNT Alumni Association announces newest board of directors, officers

The University of North Texas Alumni Association has announced its Board of Directors Term 2025 selections, as well as one selection to fill the vacancy in Term 2023. The Alumni Association’s Board of Directors provides counsel to the university and serves as the official liaison between UNT and its graduates. These alumni work to establish…
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A Message from Kevin Fralicks (’84, ’87)

It has been an honor to serve my alma mater in this role since Fall 2021, and I want to keep members and UNT alumni informed about the plans we have put in place during the last year. First, I would like to extend my gratitude to all our members and volunteers — you are…
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Michael Miller (’19) played for North Texas during the 2018-19 basketball season as a guard. Credit: Miles Meador

UNT alumni draw national attention with strong first showing at The Basketball Tournament

Bleed Green, a team of University of North Texas basketball alumni recently made their debut competing in The Basketball Tournament, a single-elimination tournament played each summer. A total of 64 teams, which included more than 70 former NBA players, competed for $1,000,000 in prize money. The team of past and present Mean Green basketball players…
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Quincy Noble spreads her Dallas Wings

Recent University of North Texas alumna Quincy Noble (’22) is known for her skills on the basketball court and for her work as a sports and news reporter with NTTV. She is also adamant on increasing recognition and support for women’s sports. And through her recent internship with the Dallas Wings, a team ranked third…
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The Graves family stands in front of the Funny Car lineup for a Funny Car Chaos event.

Family, Fuel and Funny Car Chaos

Going to the races You could say his love of race cars is in his DNA, passed to him from his father and grandfather before him. Trips to the raceway have been a family affair for years. From the time he could walk, and perhaps even before that, Christopher Graves (’08) accompanied his grandfather to…
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Photo of 50 West in Krum, TX

Alan Chamberlain’s seven-story Porsche

Everything is a circle Alan Chamberlain (’82, ’94 M.B.A.) always wanted a Porsche 911. He doesn’t have one yet, but he does have a 95-year-old grain silo next to the train tracks in the heart of Krum, Texas. The work of two previous owners attempting to convert the silo into a residence led the property…
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Alyssa Clowdus UNT Ring Award Recipient 2022

UNT Class of 2022 Ring Award recipient reflects on student experience, looks ahead

The stage is set, facing a sea of white chairs that are filled by families and friends adorned in varying shades of green and all present to celebrate the accomplishments of University of North Texas students. The verdant atmosphere is aided by the vibrant trees and pristine campus landscape. The sun shines down brightly as…
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UNT Alumni Association

More Than a Scholarship

UNT Alumni Scholarship Program Expands Thanks to generous alumni, more UNT students like Ivy Knight are prepared for lifelong success. When Ivy Knight sat down at last fall’s UNT Alumni Scholarship Recipient Dinner, she was not expecting an alumnus to teach her how to set up a LinkedIn profile — but that’s just the sort…
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