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As first-year students packed their bags for Carolina, many made sure to bring at least one thing that holds special value to them. A few students took a little time out of unpacking on campus to talk about what they brought from home.
Not many college applications have a resume quite like Jordan Epley’s, which includes competing on Thailand's "The Voice," opening for a Nelly concert and playing in the junior NBA. But after all that, coming to Carolina is still her dream.
A new course on American Sign Language taught students the principles of the language and basic conversational strategies.
On this week's episode of Well Said, doctoral student Katrina Morgan discusses founding the Girls Talk Math summer camp and explains how the program has been giving local high school girls a new outlook on mathematics.
With $5 million in support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Carolina will establish the Center for Information, Technology, and Public Life.
Experiential learning is an important way for students to gain hands-on experience in their chosen fields. This summer, budding musicians, environmental researchers, public servants, journalists and more are jumping headfirst into internships and programs.
The Odum Institute, the first social science research center in the world, has trained and supported hundreds of researchers specializing in everything from anthropology to city and regional planning to public health for the past 95 years. And it all exists thanks to the determination of one eccentric man.
From training the country's earliest astronauts to uncovering new knowledge about the universe, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has played pivotal roles in space exploration and discovery.