Paul Godley is a man of many talents. Perhaps many "hats" is an even more fitting term because he’s a part of many different departments and specialities across UNC.
Who says Rome wasn’t built in a day?
Lead in drinking water has been a problem since the days of the Roman Empire. This heavy metal can harm the nervous system and brain development, and is especially dangerous for pregnant women, infants and children.
At the center of McCorkle Place stands the Davie Poplar, the massive tree scarred by lightning and hurricanes.
From the time she was small, Debra J. Barksdale thought big. At the age of 9, she was inspired by the television show Julia, starring Diahann Carroll as a black American nurse. “Everything I did from that point on was so that I could be a nurse,” she says.
Eight thousand miles separate Chapel Hill and Malawi, a small, landlocked African country. The distance is great, the differences striking – but the ties that bind the two places together are strong.
The day may be gray and rainy, but a green dinosaur and blue dragon can usually brighten things up considerably.
Watch the amazing journey of Ted and Mary Scercy and how their lives intersected with a man they never knew but who saved their lives.
A few years ago, Spruce Pine, N.C., was facing a major loss in its once-thriving textile and furniture industries.
The Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World weighs in at more than nine pounds of artistic and scholarly collaboration.