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[Hallway under construction in Sycamore Hall]
Photograph of a hallway that is being renovated in Sycamore Hall in preparation for the Mayborn School of Journalism moving their offices from the General Academic Building to Sycamore. A construction worker is working in the background. In the right foreground, the Mayborn administrative office, mostly renovated, is visible. Two women are talking in the office.
[Barnes and Noble employee at booth]
Photograph of a UNT Barnes and Noble employee sitting behind a cash register at the store's booth during the UNT Graduation Block Party event. On the table are mugs, stuffed Scrappy the Eagles, Teddy Bears wearing shirts that read "Grad University of North Texas" and license plate frames.
[Bassist performing at Grad Block Party]
Photograph of a bassist performing at the UNT Grad Block Party. His instrument is red and white and he's wearing dark glasses. The event was held after the final commencement ceremonies of Spring 2017 but was open to the entire community.
[Block Party attendees dancing to musicians]
Photograph of three attendees of the UNT Graduation Block Party dancing in a line to the music of a live band. Two singers are in front of the stage, where the rest of the band is performing, and are also walking along the front.
[Booth at UNT Grad Block Party]
Photograph of a University of North Texas booth at the Graduation Block Party. A woman is handing out information packets and other UNT materials from a table. Behind her is a banner that says "Continue Your Journey at UNT".
[College of Arts and Science graduate with family]
Photograph of a recent College of Arts and Sciences graduate with her family at the UNT Grad Block Party. She is wearing her graduation cap and is holding a complimentary bag in her hands.
[Crowd at UNT Graduation Block Party]
Photograph of the crowd of attendees at the UNT Grad Block Party. In the background are white tents where the UNT Dining Services are serving appetizers. Some are sitting out on the lawn and eating while others move on to other sections of the event.
[Dorothy Bland takes photo of Mayborn graduates]
Photograph of Dean Dorothy Bland motioning the recent Mayborn graduates to get in position so she can take a photo. The three graduates are standing behind a frame that reads "North Texas Daily; Amazing new UNT grad destined for success!" One of the grads is Jim Dale (right), a Marketing Specialist at the Mayborn School of Journalism. All are at the UNT Grad Block Party event.
[Families taking photos under Book Arch]
Photograph of a recent UNT graduate standing with a relative in front of the Book Arch statue in the UNT Library Mall. They are at the Grad Block Party that was held by UNT after the Spring 2017 commencement ceremonies.
[Family plays giant Connect Four game]
Photograph of three people gathered around a giant version of the game Connect Four. On the left an unidentified woman is holding some of the yellow pieces. Behind them are a row of booths and a bean bag toss game.
[Family with Scrappy the Eagle statue]
Photograph of a family of five sitting with the Scrappy the Eagle Statue. The man on the left is holding out a caricature image that was drawn of the two individuals on the right. The image says "UNT Alumni".
[Guitarist performing at Grad Block Party]
Photograph of a guitarist playing at the UNT Grad Block Party. He is wearing sunglasses and his guitar is black. The event was held after the final commencement ceremony of Spring 2017.
[Keyboardist performing at UNT Grad Block Party]
Photograph of a keyboardist performing at the UNT Grad Block Party. The event was held after the end of the Spring 2017 commencement ceremonies.
[Kristi Phillips, father and dog, Ripley at UNT Block Party]
Photograph of Kristi Phillips and her father at the UNT Block Party with her dog Ripley. They are standing on West Highland where the entrance is located.
[Map of Block Party and attendees behind]
Photograph of a sandwich board sign with a map of the UNT Grad Block Party. Behind it is a group standing by the giveaway area in front of Willis Library. A recent UNT graduate is standing with them.
[New Mayborn graduates pose for photo]
Photograph of three new Mayborn School of Journalism graduates standing behind a frame that reads "North Texas Daily; Amazing new UNT grad destined for success!" One of the grads is Jim Dale (right), a Marketing Specialist on staff at the Mayborn School of Journalism.
[Performers at UNT Grad Block Party]
Photograph of a band performing at the UNT Grad Block Party held after the Spring 2017 commencement ceremonies. Members include a guitarist, a keyboard player, and singers.
[Scrappy and a Graduate]
Photograph of a recent UNT graduate holding up an Eagle Claw with the UNT mascot Scrappy the Eagle. They are at the Grad Block Party held at the Union after the Spring 2017 commencement ceremonies.
[Seated Scrappy statue by Union]
Photograph of the seated Scrappy the Eagle statue that is outside one of the third floor entrances to the UNT Union. Behind the statue are several tables and chairs that have been set up for the UNT Grad Block Party which was held after the end of the Spring 2017 commencement ceremonies.
[Shot of Library Mall]
Photograph of the Library Mall on the day of the UNT Graduate Block Party. The Hurley Administration Building is centered in the background. A large group is walking away, towards the building and one person is walking towards the camera. They are holding a bouquet of flowers and white and pale blue balloons.
[Singers at UNT Grad Block Party]
Photograph of two singers and a guitarist performing at the UNT Grad Block Party. The event was held on campus after the Spring 2017 commencement ceremonies.
[Singers performing at UNT Block Party]
Photograph of two singers performing for the attendees of the UNT Grad Block Party. The event was held after the end of the Spring 2017 commencement ceremonies for all of the recently graduated students and anyone else interested in the event.
[Student poses with Scrappy in front of Inflatable Scrappy]
Photograph of an attendee of the UNT Grad Block Party standing with Scrappy the Eagle. Behind them is a giant-sized inflatable Scrappy that is holding a sign. The sign reads "Congratulations Graduates! UNT EST. 1890".
[Students pose with Scrappy at UNT Grad Block Party]
Photograph of two students at the UNT Grad Block Party posing with Scrappy the Eagle while standing in front of a giant inflatable Scrappy. The inflatable version is holding up a sign that reads "Congratulations Graduates! UNT EST. 1890".
[Students stand in front of Mean Green Machine]
Photograph of five UNT students standing in front of the Mean Green Machine. Three are holding up the eagle claw and another is eating ice cream in a waffle cone. They are all attending the UNT Grad Block Party that was held after the final commencement ceremony of Spring 2017 from 5-9 that evening. It was held all around the UNT Union and it was open to the entire community as well.
[UNT Dining Services fruit booth]
Photograph of a UNT Dining Services employee handing strawberries to two attendees of the UNT Grad Block Party. On the table in front of him are an assortment of fruits arranged and cut to look like flowers. There is watermelon, grapes, apples, strawberries and more.
[UNT Dining Services Vegan Chili booth]
Photograph of the Vegan Chili booth serving appetizers to UNT students. The Dining Services employees are giving out scoops of chili topped with cheese, if the person requests it.
[UNT Grad Block Party booth walk]
Photograph of a walkway with booths lining the side and crowds of people gathered in front of them. Across the way another booth, along with some tables and chairs, is also set up.
[Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors]
Photograph of the Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors standing together for a group picture. The Mayborn Ambassador Program is a peer mentorship and prospective student outreach program.
[Portrait of Brooke Parent]
Portrait of Brooke Parent, photographed for the Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors. The Mayborn Ambassador Program is a peer mentorship and prospective student outreach program.
[Portrait of Celeste Garcia]
Portrait of Celeste Garcia, photographed for the Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors. The Mayborn Ambassador Program is a peer mentorship and prospective student outreach program.
[Portrait of Gabrielle Ebron]
Portrait of Gabrielle Ebron, photographed for the Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors. The Mayborn Ambassador Program is a peer mentorship and prospective student outreach program.
[Portrait of Josh Wilbanks]
Portrait of Josh Wilbanks, photographed for the Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors. The Mayborn Ambassador Program is a peer mentorship and prospective student outreach program.
[Portrait of Krystal Solomon]
Portrait of Krystal Solomon, photographed for the Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors. The Mayborn Ambassador Program is a peer mentorship and prospective student outreach program.
[Portrait of Kyle Davis]
Portrait of Kyle Davis, photographed for the Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors. The Mayborn Ambassador Program is a peer mentorship and prospective student outreach program.
[Portrait of Laura Hogue]
Portrait of Laura Hogue, photographed for the Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors. The Mayborn Ambassador Program is a peer mentorship and prospective student outreach program.
[Portrait of Nathan Cooper]
Portrait of Nathan Cooper, photographed for the Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors. The Mayborn Ambassador Program is a peer mentorship and prospective student outreach program.
[Portrait of Robert Tristan]
Portrait of Robert Tristian, photographed for the Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors. The Mayborn Ambassador Program is a peer mentorship and prospective student outreach program.
[Portrait of Tuere Robinson]
Portrait of Tuere Robinson, photographed for the Mayborn School of Journalism Ambassadors. The Mayborn Ambassador Program is a peer mentorship and prospective student outreach program.
[Doctoral and Master’s Commencement, Spring 2017]
Photograph of the Mayborn Doctoral and Master’s Commencement, Spring 2017. The photograph is a wide-angle image of UNT's coliseum during the commencement ceremony, the stands are filled with friends and family of the graduating students and in the foreground UNT faculty and students fill the chairs.
[Graduates at commencement ceremony]
Photograph of graduates at their commencement ceremony. In the foreground a girl holds up a peace sign when her photograph was taken, her and the row of graduates are walking towards the stage to receive their diplomas. The students belong to Mayborn School of Journalism as identified by the red medals and hoods around their neck and shoulders. Taken during the Mayborn Doctoral and Master’s Commencement, Spring 2017.
[It Always Seems Impossible Until It Is Done]
Photograph of a graduation cap that has been decorated it reads, "It always seems impossible until it is done." The lettering is made from newspaper clippings and being held by three pairs of hands when photographed. The graduation cap belongs to a graduate taken during the Mayborn Doctoral and Master’s Commencement, Spring 2017.
[The Little Graduate]
Photograph of a graduation cap that has been decorated it reads, "The Little Gradaute." It features the little mermaid wearing a graduation cap with green flowers decorated along the mortarboard. The graduation cap belongs to a graduate taken during the Mayborn Doctoral and Master’s Commencement, Spring 2017.
[Mayborn Dean taking photographs of students]
Photograph of Mayborn School of Journalism Dean, Dorothy Bland. Bland is holding up a red cellphone that reads, "UNT," and taking the pictures of the students dressed in their formal commencement ceremony gowns. Around their necks are the School of Journalism's red medal and hood. Other graduate students are seen in the background talking among one another or looking at their phones are they wait for the commencement ceremony to begin. Taken during the Mayborn Doctoral and Master’s Commencement, Spring 2017.
[Three graduate students at commencement ceremony]
Photograph of three women standing and posing for photographs together, they are each dressed in their commencement ceremony gowns and wearing medals from the Mayborn School of Journalism. The photograph was taken during the Mayborn Doctoral and Master’s Commencement, Spring 2017.
[Check In Desk and Many Guests at Mayborn Agency Showcase]
Photograph of the check-in desk and many guests attending the Mayborn Agency Showcase held at New College UNT, Frisco. The Mayborn School of Journalism hosts an annual event called the Mayborn Showcase. During the event, the SWOOP advertising agency students, the Ad Team students and the Hatch Visuals photography students give presentations to area professionals.
[Check In Desk at the Mayborn Agency Showcase]
Photograph of the check-in desk at the Mayborn Agency Showcase held at New College UNT, Frisco. The Mayborn School of Journalism hosts an annual event called the Mayborn Showcase. During the event, the SWOOP advertising agency students, the Ad Team students and the Hatch Visuals photography students give presentations to area professionals.
[HATCH Visuals Students at Mayborn Agency Showcase]
Photograph of Hatch Visuals students at their display table, featuring their items for the Mayborn Agency Showcase held at New College UNT, Frisco.
[The SWOOP Table Setup at the Mayborn Agency Showcase]
Photograph of the SWOOP table setup at the Mayborn Agency Showcase held at New College UNT, Frisco. The Mayborn School of Journalism hosts an annual event called the Mayborn Showcase. During the event, the SWOOP advertising agency students, the Ad Team students and the Hatch Visuals photography students give presentations to area professionals.
[Addis Gonte and Heather Griffith]
Photograph of Addis Gonte and Heather Griffith at the 34th Barbara Jordan Awards of 2017. The Barbara Jordan Awards event is hosted by the University of North Texas in conjunction with the Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism, the Division of Institutional Equity & Diversity and the College of Public Affairs & Community Service.