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In celebration of Forest Theatre's 100th anniversary, the Carolina community is hosting performances by the PlayMakers Repertory Company, Paperhand Puppet Intervention and student drama organizations at the iconic campus landmark on Sunday.
The Davie Poplar. Walter’s Pine. The Monarch of the Forest. While these natural landmarks on Carolina’s campus were here long before the University was, they’ve become a prominent part of its history. But what happens if they die?
With competitions ranging from flag football and volleyball to wallyball and cornhole, the intramural sports program provides structured leagues for the entire Carolina community.
Carolina students are competing alongside local Special Olympics athletes in flag football and kickball through the Unified Sports program.
These two Carolina seniors want everyone to feel like they have a place to belong. So they started All Caring Together, a club dedicated to everyday kindness.
Operated by Innovate Carolina, the 1789 hub on Franklin Street is working to develop talent for the workforce of the future by providing a collaborative setting to help Tar Heels hone skills to be entrepreneurs and innovators.
On this week’s episode, Carolina alumnus and current Town of Chapel Hill fire chief Matt Sullivan reflects on his service in New York City following the Sept. 11th attacks.
In the single largest gift to the University's journalism and media school, the Hussman family is investing heavily in the future of journalism and the media professions.