The Aerie, Yearbook of University of North Texas, 1990 Page: 226
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A Strong Part
of IT's Past and Future
Sometimes students didn't realize when they attended football
games or gave blood that they were contributing to some of the
longstanding traditions at NT.
College football came to mind as a national tradition which was by
far no exception at NT. For years Fouts Field had been the place
where students met for home games on Saturdays to help NT's
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But events that maintained massive student involvement did not
depict the entire realm of tradtition at NT. This year, in the spirit of
the Centennial Celebration, NT brought back to life two forgotten
and nearly lost traditions.
Floyd Graham, NT music professor whose namesake was the
highest honor given by students to a professor at the university, put
Story by Jay Ruuska and Kirsten Frederick
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