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[Aerial of Victory Hall and Apogee Stadium]
Aerial photograph of a portion of the University of North Texas campus including Apogee Stadium, Victory Hall, the Waranch Tennis Complex, and UNT sports facilities.
[Aerial Photo of Victory Hall and Apogee Stadium]
Aerial photograph of a portion of the University of North Texas campus including Apogee Stadium, Victory Hall, the Waranch tennis complex, and sports facilities.
[Aerial View of Discovery Park]
Aerial photograph of a portion of the University of North Texas campus including Discovery Park and its surrounding parking lots. Discovery Park lies between Texas State Highway Loop 288 (left) and North Elm Street (right).
[AIDS display at LGBT event]
Photograph of AIDS exhibit during "50 Years of LGBT History in Dallas" at Willis Library .
[Air Force recruits in the 2015 Homecoming Parade]
Photograph of the University of North Texas (UNT) Airforce recruits marching past the Denton courthouse during the 2015 Homecoming parade in Denton, TX.
[AJ Aguinaga, Student Assistant, UNT Pride Alliance]
Photograph of UNT Pride Alliance student assistant AJ Aguinaga (right) and UNT librarian Doug Campbell (left) at the 2015 LGBTQIA Career Fair in the Willis Library.
[AJ Aguinaga, Student Assistant, UNT Pride Alliance, 2]
Photograph of University of North Texas Pride Alliance student assistant AJ Aguinaga (right) and UNT librarian Doug Campbell (left), during the LGBTQIA Career Fair.
[AJ Aguinaga, Student Assistant, UNT Pride Alliance, speaking]
Photograph of AJ Aguinaga, Student Assistant, University of North Texas (UNT) Pride Alliance, speaking at the 2014 Transgender Day of Remembrance in the Willis Library. The event memorializes those who have been killed as a result of transphobia, or the hatred or fear of transgender and gender non-conforming people, and acts to bring attention to the continued violence endured by the transgender community.
[Alan Emert from the band Brave Combo]
Photograph of Alan Emert from the band Brave Combo, performing on his precussions. Emert and his band mates are at UNT to celebrate the 125th Anniversary book launch.
[Albert Samaha Holding Second Place Trophy]
Photograph of Albert Samaha of New York City, NY. Photographed at the 2014 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference. Narratives on the Cutting Edge, July 18 - 20, 2014 in Grapevine, TX. Trophy reads "Albert Samaha Second Place - 2014 Literary Excellence". Albert Samaha is a staff writer at the Village Voice. He won second place with his "Never ran, never will," for the Book Manuscript competition.
[Aldo Toledo and Thorne Anderson]
Photograph of Adalberto "Aldo" Toledo (left) and Thorne Anderson (right) looking at a monitor screen together in the North Texas Daily digital lab. Anderson is an Associate Professor at the Mayborn School of Journalism.
[Alex Tizon speaking during the 2015 Mayborn Conference]
Photograph of Alex Tizon, author of "Little Big Man", speaking during the 2015 Mayborn Conference hosted by the Mayborn School of Journalism.
[Alexandra Elbakyan on Video Screen]
Photograph of Alexandra Elbakyan on a video projection screen at the Open Access Symposium hosted and held in UNT's Union Building. The conference theme is Open Access at the Tipping Point. Open Access information is digital information that is online, free of charge, and free, in varying degrees, of most copyright and licensing restrictions.
[Alexandra Traxinger Schütz gives presentation to students]
Alexandra Traxinger Schütz, University of North Texas student employee, shows primary source material to students during the 2014 Day at UNT event in the library.
[Alexandra Traxinger Schütz, UNT Special Collections student employee, gives presentation]
Alexandra Traxinger Schütz, University of North Texas Special Collections student employee, gives a presentation during the 2014 Day at UNT event in the library. Alexandra shows a primary source material from the archive to students.
[Allison Brown at LPF Conference]
Photograph of Allison Brown, Digital Publishing Services Manager of Milne Library and SUNY Geneseo, attending the Library Publishing Forum 2016 Conference. The theme of the conference was Amplifying Scholarship: More Choices, More Voices.
[Allison Peters, Jason Colman and Meredith Kahn]
Photograph of Allison Peters, (left) Author at Michigan Publishing, University of Michigan. Jason Colman, Director, Michican Publishing, University of Michigan, and Meredith L. Kahn, Women's Studies Librarian, University of Michigan. Peters, Colman and Kahn are attending the Open Access Symposium hosted and held at UNT's Union Building. The theme of the conference is Open Access at the Tipping Point. Peters, Colman and Kahn are seated in a hall with their fellow colleagues and other conference attendees.
[Amanda Freeland Social Media Talk]
Amanda Freelander lectures in front of a class of students at Mayborn School of Journalism at UNT.
[Amanda Griffith Holding Second Place Trophy]
Photograph of Amanda Griffith of McKinney, Texas. Trophy reads, "Ten Spurs Amanda Griffith Second Place - 2014 Reported Narrative The Mayborn, UNT". Photographed at the 2014 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference. Narratives on the Cutting Edge, July 18 - 20, 2014 in Grapevine, TX. Amanda Griffith won second place for "Iranian Women of Independence," in the reported narrative category.
[Amanda Ogle Holding Second Place Award]
Photograph of Amanda Ogle of Weatherford, Texas holding her second place trophy that reads "Amanda Ogle Second Place - 2015 Reported Narrative", that she won for her "A River Trickles Through It," reported narrative at the 2015 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference.
[Amanda Quraishi speaking in the Willis Library]
Photograph of speaker Amanda Quraishi at the Interfaith Conversations event, "Online Muslim: Religion, Politics & Humor on the Internet," held in the Willis Library.
[Amanda Quraishi speaking in the Willis Library, 2]
Photograph of speaker Amanda Quraishi at the Interfaith Conversations event, "Online Muslim: Religion, Politics & Humor on the Internet," held in the Willis Library.
[Amanda Quraishi speaking in the Willis Library, 3]
Photograph of speaker Amanda Quraishi at the Interfaith Conversations event, "Online Muslim: Religion, Politics & Humor on the Internet," held in the Willis Library.
[Amanda Woodard and Dorothy Bland]
Photograph of Amanda Woodard (left) of Dallas, Texas and Dorothy Bland (right), Mayborn Dean and Graduate Institute Director. Trophy reads, "Ten Spurs Amanda Woodard Runner Up - 2014 The Mayborn, UNT". Photographed at the 2014 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference. Narratives on the Cutting Edge, July 18 - 20, 2014 in Grapevine, TX. Amanda Woodard won Runner Up for "If The Good Lord," runner up entries to be published in "Ten Spurs".
[Amelia Jacyen in the CVAD xREZ Art + Science Lab]
Photograph of Amelia Jaycen, a science writer, energy reporter, and multimedia journalist from Denton, Texas. Jaycen is in the xREZ Art + Science Lab in the CVAD. She smiles for the photo as she sits in front of her two computers, a laptop and desktop.
[Amy Burgess Holding First Place Trophy]
Photograph of Amy Burgess of Fort Worth, Texas holding her first place trophy that reads "Amy Burgess First Place - 2015 Reported Narrative", that she won for her "Teens Rule," reported narrative at the 2015 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference.
[Amy Filiatreau at LPF Conference]
Photograph of Amy Filiatreau, Director of the Library at Lynn University, attending the Library Publishing Forum 2016 Conference. The theme of the conference was Amplifying Scholarship: More Choices, More Voices.
[Ana Krahmer, speaking]
Photograph of Ana Krahmer, Director of the Digital Newspaper Unit at the UNT Libraries, giving a presentation in Willis Library. She is standing at a lectern looking at a computer and a projector screen is visible in the background behind her.
[Andrea Czobar and Trerell Hearn]
Photograph of Andrea Czobor and Trerell Hearn sitting at a recording desk. Both are wearing headphones and holding papers. Czobor is the President of the UNT chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and Hearn is the lead Mayborn Ambassador. Both are broadcasters with NT Daily Radio.
[Andrea Czobor broadcasting Homecoming Parade]
Photograph of Andrea Czobor speaking into a microphone for a Mayborn Broadcast of the Homecoming Parade. She is standing at the intersection of Hickory and Elm on Denton Square.
[Andrew Keane meets with an advisor at the Mayborn School of Journalism]
Photograph of student Andrew Keane meeting with an advisor at the Mayborn School of Journalism.
[Andrew McNulty, O'Keeron Rutherford and Willy Ivery]
Photograph of Andrew McNulty, (right) Quarterback, No.5. O'Keeron Rutherford, (center) Wide Reciever, No.2, and Willy Ivery, (left) Running Back, No.29. Rutherford and Ivery are seen talking to one another. McNulty is looking off at something not visible.
[Angel, Ariel and Sarah smiling for photo at A Season of Gratitude]
Photograph of students identified as Angel (left), Ariel Jackson, (center) Computer Science and Engineering Student, and Sarah Feria (right) Mechanial and Energy Engineering Student. Feria is pointing at a poster of herself and smiling.
[Angela Wilson at Salute to Faculty Excellence event]
Photograph of Honoree Angela Wilson and Jerry Holbert at the Salute to Faculty Excellence event.
[Angela Wilson with check at Salute to Faculty Excellence event]
Photograph of Honoree Angela Wilson and business professor Francisco Guzman with oversize check award at the Salute to Faculty Excellence event.
[Animal Farm decoration team with finished piece]
Photograph of the Animal Farm piece decoration team, which includes (L-R) Lauren Ko, Courtney E. Jacobs, Marcia McIntosh, Courtney Hamner, and Shannon Willis. McIntosh and Willis are both holding cookies decorated as animals from the story. McIntosh is holding a cow and Willis is holding a pig.
[Animal Farm Edible Book in final stages]
Photograph of an Edible Book for the book "Animal Farm" by George Orwell. It is a gingerbread barn, decorated with icing and a pretzel window. On the side of the barn,a reference to the book, are the words "But some animals are more equal than others". In the shot are two hands that appear to belong to the creator of the barn.
[Animal Farm team working on project]
Photograph of the team of UNT Library staff that are working on the Animal Farm piece for the annual Edible Books Festival. Special Collections Librarian Courtney E Jacobs appears to be directing them in the final designs for the piece.
[Anita and John Porterfield Holding Third Place Trophy]
Photograph of Anita (left) and John Porterfield (right) of Boerne, Texas. Photographed at the 2014 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference. Narratives on the Cutting Edge, July 18 - 20, 2014 in Grapevine, TX. Trophy reads "John and Anita Porterfield Third Place - 2014 Literary Excellence". They won third place with their "Hasan's Revenge," for the Book Manuscript competition.
[Anna G. Ricco, Dorothy Bland and Nicholas D. Ricco at A Season of Gratitude]
Photograph of Dorothy Bland, (center) Mayborn Dean & Graduate Institute Director. Anna G. Ricco, (left) and her husband, Nicholas "Nick" D. Ricco, (right) President, Ricco Family Partners smiling for photo at the "A Season of Gratitude," Honoring UNT's Benefactors & Special Friends at The Gateway Center, "The Campaign for UNT," December 06, 2014.
[Anne Fadiman speaking at 2015 Mayborn Conference]
Photograph of keynote speaker, Anne Fadiman, speaking at the podium of the 2015 Mayborn Conference hosted by the Mayborn School of Journalism.
[Anne-Marie Corley Holding Second Place Trophy]
Photograph of Anne-Marie Corley of Dallas, Texas. Trophy reads, "Ten Spurs Anne-Marie Corley Second Place - 2014 Personal Essay The Mayborn, UNT". Photographed at the 2014 Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference. Narratives on the Cutting Edge, July 18 - 20, 2014 in Grapevine, TX. Anne-Marie Corley won second place for "Letter to a Commanding Officer," in the personal essay category.
[Annex team making their Edible Book]
Photograph of the Annex team working on their edible book for the festival, to the right is Jessica Phillips. The piece is gold and pale pink. There are cookie cutters to the left of the piece.
[Annie Downey Smiling for Photo]
Photograph of Annie Downey smiling for photos at a party held in honor of librarian Valerie Glenn. Downey is seen smiling as she looks off at something else.
[Annie Johnson Speaking into Microphone]
Photograph of Annie K. Johnson, Library Publishing and Scholarly Communications Specialist at Temple University, asking a question into a microphone of panelists at the 2016 Library Publishing Forum. Other conference attendees are seated all around her.
[Antonelli at Goodbye Party]
Photograph of Margaret Antonelli at a party held in her honor. An unidentified woman is speaking while Antonelli listens.
[Apogee Stadium during Salute to Faculty Excellence event]
Photograph of Apogee Stadium during the Salute to Faculty Excellence event at UNT.
[Apogee Stadium exterior]
Photograph of Apogee Stadium on the University of North Texas campus.
[Apogee Stadium ticket office]
Photograph of the ticket office at Apogee Stadium, taken at the UNT homecoming game against the University of Texas at El Paso.
[April Canty, University of North Texas Special Collections student employee]
April Canty, University of North Texas Special Collections student employee, gives a presentation during a 2014 Day at UNT event in the Special Collections. April stands next to an historical photo of students from the university archives.