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Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet

Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if there’s bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s-eye-view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone, and if you don’t find something that’s right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, there’s something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi, especially if you’ve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan

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major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. • • The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID, and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines, a rock climbing wall, indoor pools, and a track. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet
Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010, and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87,000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms, Developmental Physiology and Genetics, and Aquatic Animal Studies.

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Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. if there’s bad weather, the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night, and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view, the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS has over 20 different clubs, including Sports clubs, Orchestra/Band/Choir, Community Service club (HOPE), and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone, and if you don’t find something that’s right for you, you can easily start your own club. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering, Habitat for Humanity, Walk to Save the World, Hospital Volunteering, Tutoring, etc. (Once again, there’s something for everyone, and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi, especially if you’ve got food. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC, both of which plan major university-wide events, such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power, and it also has a world population counter. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Just last week, Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Last year, we invited former President George W. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Willis library is the largest, and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. In fact, Willis Library had so many books, that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus, a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. These computers have up-to-date programs, anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop.

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Hospital Volunteering. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Community Service club (HOPE). (Once again. if there’s bad weather. you can easily start your own club. including Sports clubs. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. etc. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Habitat for Humanity. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. and a track. and Aquatic Animal Studies. Orchestra/Band/Choir. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. There are 4 stories and over 87. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. and is completely composed of research labs. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. We got iced in and missed four days of school. Tutoring. indoor pools. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines.e. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone.• The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Walk to Save the World. a rock climbing wall. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. there’s • • • • • • • • . the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). We had a snow-pocalypse last year.000 square feet of lab space. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010.

we invited former President George W. These computers have up-to-date programs. a rock climbing wall. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. We got iced in and missed four days of school. UNT has multiple libraries on campus.) • • The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. Willis library is the largest. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. indoor pools. especially if you’ve got food. Last year. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. that some had to moved to remote storage. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. Just last week. both of which plan major university-wide events. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs . Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). and it also has a world population counter. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. • • • • • • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. In fact. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Willis Library had so many books. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. and a track. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you.something for everyone. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop.

Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. Just last week. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. we invited former President George W. Walk to Save the World. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. Habitat for Humanity. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. and is completely composed of research labs. Orchestra/Band/Choir.000 square feet of lab space. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Tutoring. Last year. (Once again. both of which plan major university-wide events. Hospital Volunteering. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. including Sports clubs. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power.• (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. and it also has a world population counter. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). you can easily start your own club. there’s something for everyone. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. There are 4 stories and over 87. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series.e. if there’s bad weather. especially if you’ve got food. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. etc. and Aquatic Animal Studies. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. • • • • • • • • • • • • . Community Service club (HOPE). Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum.

Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i.e. These computers have up-to-date programs. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). We had a snow-pocalypse last year.000 square feet of lab space. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. and is completely composed of research labs. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! • • • • . Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms.• UNT has multiple libraries on campus. a rock climbing wall. and Aquatic Animal Studies. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. There are 4 stories and over 87. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. We got iced in and missed four days of school. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. if there’s bad weather. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. indoor pools. In fact. that some had to moved to remote storage. • • • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. Willis Library had so many books. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. Willis library is the largest. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. and a track.

there’s something for everyone.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. that some had to moved to remote storage. Tutoring.• • • From a bird’s eye view. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. and a track. We got iced in and missed four days of school. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. and it also has a world population counter. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. we invited former President George W. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. etc. These computers have up-to-date programs. Hospital Volunteering. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. a rock climbing wall. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). Walk to Save the World. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. Willis library is the largest. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. indoor pools. In fact. Last year. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. • • • • • • • • • • . you can easily start your own club. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Orchestra/Band/Choir. Habitat for Humanity. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. both of which plan major university-wide events. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Just last week. Community Service club (HOPE). Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. (Once again. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. including Sports clubs. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. Willis Library had so many books. especially if you’ve got food. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum.

Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. There are 4 stories and over 87. there’s something for everyone. both of which plan • • • • • • • • • • . and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. especially if you’ve got food. Tutoring. Habitat for Humanity. etc.000 square feet of lab space.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. (Once again. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. Walk to Save the World. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. Hospital Volunteering. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. if there’s bad weather. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Community Service club (HOPE). UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. and is completely composed of research labs.Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. you can easily start your own club. including Sports clubs. Orchestra/Band/Choir.e. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. and Aquatic Animal Studies. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night.

Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. We got iced in and missed four days of school.major university-wide events. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. indoor pools. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. In fact. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights.000 square feet of lab space. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. Last year. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). we invited former President George W. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. that some had to moved to remote storage. and Aquatic Animal Studies. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. a rock climbing wall. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. and is completely composed of research labs. • . Willis library is the largest. Just last week. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. These computers have up-to-date programs. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. and a track. There are 4 stories and over 87. Willis Library had so many books. • • • • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. and it also has a world population counter. • • The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines.

• • • Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Willis library is the largest. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. especially if you’ve got food. there’s something for everyone. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Walk to Save the World. if there’s bad weather. you can easily start your own club. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Willis Library had so many books. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. we invited former President George W. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. etc.e. Just last week. Community Service club (HOPE). These computers have up-to-date programs. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. Last year. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. that some had to moved to remote storage. Hospital Volunteering. Orchestra/Band/Choir. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. In fact. Habitat for Humanity. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. both of which plan major university-wide events. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. including Sports clubs. • • • • • • • • • • . Tutoring. and it also has a world population counter. (Once again.

Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. (Once again. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. Orchestra/Band/Choir. Community Service club (HOPE). and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. We got iced in and missed four days of school. • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. Tutoring. a rock climbing wall. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. and a track. There are 4 stories and over 87. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. etc. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night.e. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. you can easily start your own club. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. Walk to Save the World. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. and Aquatic Animal Studies.000 square feet of lab space. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. Hospital Volunteering. if there’s bad weather. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. indoor pools. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. there’s • • • • • • • • . We had a snow-pocalypse last year. Habitat for Humanity.• The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. and is completely composed of research labs. including Sports clubs.

that some had to moved to remote storage. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. we invited former President George W. and it also has a world population counter. both of which plan major university-wide events. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. We got iced in and missed four days of school. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs . These computers have up-to-date programs.) • • The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi.something for everyone. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. Willis Library had so many books. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. indoor pools. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. especially if you’ve got food. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. Just last week. Last year. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. In fact. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. and a track. Willis library is the largest. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. • • • • • • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. a rock climbing wall.

The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall.000 square feet of lab space. Last year. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. etc. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. Tutoring. Hospital Volunteering. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. • • • • • • • • • • • • . A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters.• (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. there’s something for everyone. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. Walk to Save the World. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi.e. Just last week. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. both of which plan major university-wide events. and is completely composed of research labs. There are 4 stories and over 87. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. you can easily start your own club. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. including Sports clubs. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. and Aquatic Animal Studies. especially if you’ve got food. Habitat for Humanity. if there’s bad weather. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. we invited former President George W. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. Orchestra/Band/Choir. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. (Once again. Community Service club (HOPE). and it also has a world population counter. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you.

Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. We got iced in and missed four days of school. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. Willis Library had so many books. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. and is completely composed of research labs. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. Willis library is the largest. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr).e. if there’s bad weather. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! • • • • .000 square feet of lab space. indoor pools.• UNT has multiple libraries on campus. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. There are 4 stories and over 87. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. and Aquatic Animal Studies. a rock climbing wall. • • • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. that some had to moved to remote storage. These computers have up-to-date programs. In fact. and a track.

(Once again. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. We got iced in and missed four days of school. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. and a track. that some had to moved to remote storage. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). Walk to Save the World. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. especially if you’ve got food. In fact. including Sports clubs. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Habitat for Humanity. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. there’s something for everyone.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. you can easily start your own club. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. indoor pools. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Hospital Volunteering. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. These computers have up-to-date programs. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. Community Service club (HOPE). etc. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. we invited former President George W. Last year. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. a rock climbing wall. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. Just last week. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. Willis library is the largest. Willis Library had so many books. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. Tutoring. • • • • • • • • • • . The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. both of which plan major university-wide events.• • • From a bird’s eye view. Orchestra/Band/Choir. and it also has a world population counter. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building.

you can easily start your own club. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. etc. Habitat for Humanity. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. and is completely composed of research labs. (Once again. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night.Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Hospital Volunteering. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Tutoring.000 square feet of lab space.e. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. Walk to Save the World. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. Community Service club (HOPE). including Sports clubs. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. if there’s bad weather. both of which plan • • • • • • • • • • . the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. There are 4 stories and over 87. there’s something for everyone. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. Orchestra/Band/Choir. especially if you’ve got food. and Aquatic Animal Studies. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi.

Willis Library had so many books. We got iced in and missed four days of school. Just last week. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. a rock climbing wall. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. indoor pools. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. and is completely composed of research labs. • • The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. There are 4 stories and over 87. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. These computers have up-to-date programs. • • • • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. and Aquatic Animal Studies. • .000 square feet of lab space. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. that some had to moved to remote storage. Last year. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. and it also has a world population counter. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. we invited former President George W. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building.major university-wide events. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. In fact. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. and a track. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. Willis library is the largest.

e. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. These computers have up-to-date programs. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. we invited former President George W. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. if there’s bad weather. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). Willis Library had so many books. and it also has a world population counter. including Sports clubs. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. that some had to moved to remote storage. Last year. (Once again. Walk to Save the World. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. Just last week. you can easily start your own club. In fact. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. there’s something for everyone.• • • Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Willis library is the largest. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. especially if you’ve got food. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. Community Service club (HOPE). such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. Tutoring. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. • • • • • • • • • • . Orchestra/Band/Choir. Habitat for Humanity. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. etc. Hospital Volunteering. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. both of which plan major university-wide events.

Tutoring. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. (Once again. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. you can easily start your own club. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. and a track. including Sports clubs. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. Community Service club (HOPE). if there’s bad weather. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building.e. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. and Aquatic Animal Studies. etc. We got iced in and missed four days of school. indoor pools. Orchestra/Band/Choir. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy.• The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. a rock climbing wall. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. there’s • • • • • • • • . and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Hospital Volunteering. and is completely composed of research labs.000 square feet of lab space. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. There are 4 stories and over 87. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). Developmental Physiology and Genetics. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. Habitat for Humanity. Walk to Save the World. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu.

In fact. Last year. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. and it also has a world population counter. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. Willis library is the largest. especially if you’ve got food. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. Don’t feel obligated to use this list.) • • The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC.something for everyone. a rock climbing wall. Willis Library had so many books. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs . and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. Just last week. We got iced in and missed four days of school. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). indoor pools. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. and a track. • • • • • • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. that some had to moved to remote storage. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. both of which plan major university-wide events. we invited former President George W. These computers have up-to-date programs. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility.

) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. and is completely composed of research labs. Habitat for Humanity. (Once again. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. and it also has a world population counter.000 square feet of lab space. we invited former President George W. • • • • • • • • • • • • . TAMS has over 20 different clubs. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. especially if you’ve got food. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. etc. there’s something for everyone. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. Just last week. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. both of which plan major university-wide events. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. and Aquatic Animal Studies. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Tutoring. Hospital Volunteering. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). There are 4 stories and over 87.e. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. you can easily start your own club. Walk to Save the World. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. Last year.• (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. including Sports clubs. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. if there’s bad weather. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Community Service club (HOPE). Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. Orchestra/Band/Choir.

In fact. Willis Library had so many books. Willis library is the largest. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. We got iced in and missed four days of school. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. a rock climbing wall. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. There are 4 stories and over 87. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! • • • • .e. and Aquatic Animal Studies.• UNT has multiple libraries on campus. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building.000 square feet of lab space. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. that some had to moved to remote storage. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. indoor pools. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. • • • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. if there’s bad weather. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. These computers have up-to-date programs. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. and a track. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. and is completely composed of research labs. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr).

you can easily start your own club. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. especially if you’ve got food. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. Willis Library had so many books. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. and a track. (Once again. Last year. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. a rock climbing wall. Community Service club (HOPE). we invited former President George W. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. In fact. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. that some had to moved to remote storage. both of which plan major university-wide events. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. Walk to Save the World. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. These computers have up-to-date programs. • • • • • • • • • • . Habitat for Humanity. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. including Sports clubs. Willis library is the largest. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. indoor pools. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. etc. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. Orchestra/Band/Choir. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. Hospital Volunteering. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. Just last week. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. there’s something for everyone. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. We got iced in and missed four days of school. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. and it also has a world population counter.• • • From a bird’s eye view. Tutoring.

especially if you’ve got food. you can easily start your own club. and is completely composed of research labs. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). Community Service club (HOPE). Habitat for Humanity. there’s something for everyone. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone.e. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. including Sports clubs. Hospital Volunteering. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. and Aquatic Animal Studies. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. Walk to Save the World. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you.000 square feet of lab space. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. both of which plan • • • • • • • • • • . Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. etc. if there’s bad weather. (Once again. Orchestra/Band/Choir. There are 4 stories and over 87. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation.Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Tutoring.

indoor pools. and is completely composed of research labs. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. Developmental Physiology and Genetics.000 square feet of lab space. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. Willis Library had so many books. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. In fact. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. There are 4 stories and over 87. • • The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. that some had to moved to remote storage. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. and Aquatic Animal Studies. We got iced in and missed four days of school. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. we invited former President George W. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series.major university-wide events. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. • . Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. a rock climbing wall. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. Last year. Just last week. Willis library is the largest. • • • • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. and a track. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. and it also has a world population counter. These computers have up-to-date programs.

if there’s bad weather. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. Just last week. the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. Community Service club (HOPE). (Once again. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Last year. we invited former President George W. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. • • • • • • • • • • . Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. Habitat for Humanity. In fact. you can easily start your own club. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. Tutoring. there’s something for everyone. both of which plan major university-wide events. that some had to moved to remote storage. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters.e.• • • Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. including Sports clubs. especially if you’ve got food.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. Walk to Save the World. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). Willis Library had so many books. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Orchestra/Band/Choir. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. These computers have up-to-date programs. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. and it also has a world population counter. Willis library is the largest. etc. Hospital Volunteering. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights.

the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy.• The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. We got iced in and missed four days of school. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. There are 4 stories and over 87. and a track.000 square feet of lab space. and Aquatic Animal Studies. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone.e. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. Habitat for Humanity. (Once again. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. etc. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. you can easily start your own club. Orchestra/Band/Choir. Community Service club (HOPE). • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. Walk to Save the World. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. Tutoring. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. a rock climbing wall. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. if there’s bad weather. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. there’s • • • • • • • • . UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. indoor pools. and is completely composed of research labs. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. Hospital Volunteering. including Sports clubs. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall.

Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. Last year. indoor pools. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. In fact. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. Willis library is the largest.) • • The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. These computers have up-to-date programs. • • • • • • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours.something for everyone. especially if you’ve got food. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. Willis Library had so many books. Just last week. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs . TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. we invited former President George W. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. Don’t feel obligated to use this list. and it also has a world population counter. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). and a track. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. both of which plan major university-wide events. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. a rock climbing wall. that some had to moved to remote storage. We got iced in and missed four days of school.

Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. there’s something for everyone. (Once again. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. Orchestra/Band/Choir. and Aquatic Animal Studies. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! From a bird’s eye view. Just last week. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Tutoring.e. • • • • • • • • • • • • . the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). including Sports clubs. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. you can easily start your own club. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. There are 4 stories and over 87. both of which plan major university-wide events.000 square feet of lab space. and is completely composed of research labs. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. we invited former President George W. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. and it also has a world population counter. Habitat for Humanity. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. Walk to Save the World. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. Hospital Volunteering.• (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. etc. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. Last year. especially if you’ve got food. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. if there’s bad weather. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation. Community Service club (HOPE).

the only cafeteria that is open is Kerr). Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. Maple Cafeteria recently changed to an all Vegan menu. Kerr is also the imminent weather cafeteria (i. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. that some had to moved to remote storage. Kerr Cafeteria opens until 2:00am for late-night eaters. Feel free to talk about your own experiences and fun stories. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. There are 4 stories and over 87. Research projects include Plant Signaling Mechanisms. The new Life Sciences Building was opened in the Summer of 2010. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. Phil is an alumnus of UNT and studied at Terrill Hall. Developmental Physiology and Genetics. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). Don’t feel obligated to use this list. Willis library is the largest. Last year’s TAMS orchestra director was actually part of the UNT Lab Band that was nominated for a Grammy Award! There are a variety of performances almost every night.• UNT has multiple libraries on campus. • • • • Ambassadors Trivia Cheat Sheet Hey Tour Leaders/Assistants! Here’s a list of fun facts about UNT and TAMS in case you need to fill any awkward silences during tours. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. UNT is one of the top five music schools in the nation.e. if there’s bad weather. In fact. a rock climbing wall.000 square feet of lab space. A lot of TAMS students actually work in this building. and a track. Willis Library had so many books. The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. He was a keynote speaker at UNT’s Masters and Doctoral Commencement Ceremony last year. and is completely composed of research labs. These computers have up-to-date programs. and they’re all free for TAMS Students! • • • • . We got iced in and missed four days of school. Just keep the crowd the engaged! <3 your ambassadors execs • (If you happen to walk by Terrill Hall…) Dr. indoor pools. and Aquatic Animal Studies.

The energy you generate from working out on the elliptical is used to power the facility. Willis Library had so many books. Habitat for Humanity. and Ambassadors! There’s something for everyone. including Sports clubs. Community Service club (HOPE). UNT clubs include Student Government Association (SGA) and UPC. The Eagle Commons Library has a bunch of scientific journal articles and old textbooks. and if you don’t find something that’s right for you. (Once again. These computers have up-to-date programs. and it also has a world population counter. both of which plan major university-wide events. TAMS has over 20 different clubs. UNT hosts the Distinguished Speaker Series. a rock climbing wall. Check-ups are free with a UNT/TAMS ID. In fact. a few of which are open for 24 hours a day. and has a Music Library on the fourth floor (where you can check out tons of CDs and sheet music) and a Rare Books Collection. Community Service work here includes Pet Shelter Volunteering. and there’s a pharmacy and Optical center on the first floor of the building. the Chemistry Building is shaped like the periodic table of elements. Pohl Recreation Center is a multi-million dollar facility with a variety of exercise machines. Tutoring. Robert Gates came to speak at the Coliseum. there’s something for everyone. Willis library is the largest. The Health Center (between McConnell and the Rec) offers annual flu shots. UNT has multiple libraries on campus. The UNT mascot is an eagle named Scrappy. TAMS students are welcome to join UNT clubs and audition for UNT orchestras/choirs. We had a snow-pocalypse last year. We got iced in and missed four days of school. etc.) The squirrels on this campus are really really friendly! They’re not afraid to say hi. Just last week. we invited former President George W. anything from Microsoft Office to CS5 and Photoshop. Bush and animal aficionado Jeff Corwin. and you can easily start your own committee if you don’t find something that’s right for you. such as the Big Event (a Community Service Day) and Movie Nights. and a track. indoor pools. you can easily start your own club. There are General Access Computer Labs across campus. Walk to Save the World. Hospital Volunteering. Tickets to attend these speeches are free for all TAMS students. Orchestra/Band/Choir. that some had to moved to remote storage.• • • From a bird’s eye view. The Media Library at Chilton has a ton of DVDs and videogames you can check out (it’s like a free Blockbuster). especially if you’ve got food. The Environmental Sciences Building is mainly run on Solar Power. Last year. • • • • • • • • • • .