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The Black Pioneers Project brought the stories and challenges of the first black students at Carolina back to life.
The redesigned website celebrates the students, faculty and staff who make the University great through their work to serve the state, the nation and the world.
One of the distinctive features of CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio is that almost nothing qualifies as being behind the scenes or backstage. Those are the kinds of limitations of conventional venues. And CURRENT is nothing if not unconventional.
As part of the Arts Everywhere initative, tap dancer, choreographer and MacArthur 'Genius' grant winner Michelle Dorrance and her dance troupe joined soccer freestyling sensation Indi Cowie for a series of performances on campus this week.
Carolina student Elizabeth Trefney and her family organized the effort to bring the panel, which features her uncle, Jeremy Trefney, who died of AIDS in 1988, to campus.
The scholarships are named for those who helped fulfill Carolina’s mission as a public institution and whose leadership represents the values that define the University.
Winter weather canceled classes at Carolina on Wednesday and Thursday, but the campus was still buzzing with excitement for the snow.
A panel of the AIDS Memorial Quilt will be on display in the Carolina Student Union’s West Lounge from Jan. 10-31.