The University of North Texas is often revered for the spirit of its active and free-thinking students — a charge that applies to those both in and out of the classroom.
At the grassy area in front of Clark Hall, this principle is put into practice as students gather Sunday for the marriage of two lesser-known, but equally interesting pastimes: AcroYoga and slacklining.
“It’s an exciting physical and mental challenge,” senior geography student Will Primrose said of his discipline of slacklining. “Plus, it’s great exercise.”
Slacklining is the act of walking in midair across webbing tied between two trees....