The Aerie, Yearbook of North Texas State University, 1985 Page: 20
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Union Day is an annual celebration
to commemorate the opening of the
new North Texas University Union
Building nine years ago. The Union,
always the center of student and fac-
ulty activity, was escpecially busy
March 7, 1985.
Union coordinators planned a
birthday party complete with a 100
square foot cake, kazoos, and whis-
tles. Other special events planned in-
cluded a pianist in the courtyard, a
campus parade, a steel drum band,
and an evening concert given by
Maynard Ferguson and the One
O'Clock Lab Band.
Union Food Services offered many
specialties ranging from free ice
cream sundaes to a beer and pizza
party with the Phi Mu Alpha German
Janet Kennard, Union Program
Coordinator, said that the purpose of
Union Day was to provide a "Stress
Buster" for the tensios students and
faculty face. "If we relieved the ten-
sion in their day for ten minutes, we
accomplished our goal."
Holding a group of balloons, NT student Dina Williams blows on a Union Day Kazoo
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