The thought of moving into a strange building and sharing a tiny room with a possible stranger can be very daunting for many people but is living off campus really any better? There are 14 dorms on the main campus. Entering freshmen are required to live in a dorm, unless they want to live at home and their home is a “commutable distance.” Living in a dormitory on the University of North Texas campus has its pros and cons.
As she walked into the coffee shop on the square, it was obvious that she fit right in. Though it was pouring outside, the tall woman walked to a table with a huge smile on her face. She was wearing a black pair of Doc Martens, high wasted jeans, and an acid wash button up shirt, buttoned all the way to the top. Several tattoos peeked out from under her sleeves as she took off her raincoat and set her things down. She walked up to the counter and asked the cashier about every vegetarian or vegan thing on the menu.
There are three fraternities on campus that focus on music: Phi Mu Alpha, Mu Phi Epsilon, and Sigma Alpha Iota. While there are several things that the groups differ on, the things that they agree on are the most important: music and fellowship.
“As long as you like music, you should fit in,” Sigma Alpha Iota member Kayle Koberowski said.
The American Music Recital for the University of North Texas and the University of Texas – Arlington Phi Mu Alpha chapters was on Sunday, April 3 in the Recital Hall on the UNT campus. The special thing about this recital is that every piece was performed was written by an American composer. Though the brothers of both chapters were extremely talented, those gifts were not represented as well as they could have been because of how poorly organized this show was.
The final dress rehearsal for the University of North Texas Opera’s production of “The Mother of Us All” by Gertrude Stein and Virgil Thompson at the Lyric Theater on February 24 was a success. Though there was a small audience, the performers acted as if they were singing to a full house.