UNT System News Briefs – December 14, 2018

Date Published: 
Friday, December 14, 2018

'An important day': UNT Dallas has accreditation reaffirmed
    UNTD News

The University of North Texas at Dallas has earned reaffirmation of its accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

UNT has turned a corner under Littrell
    The Herald Journal

It’s fair to say the North Texas football program has turned a corner since Seth Littrell was hired as the head coach following the 2015 campaign.

UNT will look to close out a landmark season on Saturday with a school first
    Dallas Observer

The bad news for the University of North Texas football team and their fans is that they have to spend the weekend in Albuquerque.

Bowl notebook: UNT players enjoying buildup to New Mexico Bowl
    Denton Record Chronicle

A friendly game of “Family Feud” wrapped up what UNT’s players said was another enjoyable day in the buildup to their showdown with the Aggies in the New Mexico Bowl on Saturday.

19-year-old to be youngest PhD graduate at University of North Texas
    KTRK-ABC 13

Most 19-year-old's are wondering how they are going to deal with their freshman year of college, or handling a full-time job. But Noel Jett is focused on completing her PhD.

Mose brothers enjoying their time together along UNT line
    Albuquerque Journal

The Mose (mo-say) brothers, Sosaia (so-sigh-ya) and Manase (munah-say), say they don’t take for granted that they play side by side on the offensive line for the North Texas football team.