We are excited to announce the debut of the University Libraries’ Help Yourself campaign. This initiative strives to connect UNT students with library resources on topics that may be difficult and stressful for individuals to learn about or discuss openly due to contextual factors in their lives.
Poet Sommer Browning seamlessly melds sometimes quirky and sometimes provocative comics with her poetry. The UNT Comics Studies Conference and Digital Frontiers invite you to a conversation with this eclectic artist.
Join us to celebrate the opening of the exhibit “Bam! Pow! Boom! Comics in the Library” with a panel of distinguished speakers who will discuss the increasing role comics and other sequential art forms play in the university and beyond.
The Human Library was created to provide an opportunity to challenge stereotypes and prejudices in the community through an open forum where difficult questions are accepted, expected, and appreciated. It is meant to start conversations and foster understanding between individuals who may not normally interact with one another.
Join us for a screening of Jean Kilbourne's pioneering Killing Us Softly 4: Advertising's View of Women.
The Healthy at Every Size movement challenges social norms surrounding body image, exercise and eating patterns. Join us to find out how you can be more in sync with what your body needs.
This exhibit highlights unique items from the University of North Texas Libraries and the Texas Fashion Collection that explores bodies in all of their diversity.