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    UNC-Chapel Hill Visitors Center250 East Franklin StreetChapel HillNC27514 | Free

    The UNC Visitors Center welcomes guests to tour our dynamic campus. Whether you’re interested in prospective undergraduate tours – provided by our Office of Undergraduate Admissions – or you’d just like to get to know us better, we invite you to walk our storied brick paths and between our stone walls.

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    UNC-Chapel Hill Visitors Center250 East Franklin StreetChapel HillNC27514 | Free

    The UNC Visitors Center welcomes guests to tour our dynamic campus. Whether you’re interested in prospective undergraduate tours – provided by our Office of Undergraduate Admissions – or you’d just like to get to know us better, we invite you to walk our storied brick paths and between our stone walls.

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    Hanes Art Center115 S. Columbia St.Chapel HillNC27514 | Free

    It’s the book club that doesn’t require advance reading! Drop by the Sloane Art Library to view a selection of artists’ books from the collection. Artists’ books are works of art in book form, and Carolina’s Art Library has an outstanding collection of them.

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    UNC-Chapel Hill Visitors Center250 East Franklin StreetChapel HillNC27514 | Free

    The UNC Visitors Center welcomes guests to tour our dynamic campus. Whether you’re interested in prospective undergraduate tours – provided by our Office of Undergraduate Admissions – or you’d just like to get to know us better, we invite you to walk our storied brick paths and between our stone walls.

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    Tate-Turner-Kuralt Auditorium325 Pittsboro StreetChapel Hill27516 |

    Join the UNC Employee Forum, UNC Faculty Council, and the Carolina Black Caucus as we discuss the status of the North Carolina State Health Plan! State Treasurer Dale Folwell and other panelists will open the discussion, after which UNC Staff and Faculty will have the opportunity to ask questions of the panelists.

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    Hill Hall145 East Cameron AvenueChapel Hill27599 |

    What makes the poetry of the Bible different from other ancient poetic traditions? Placed in its ancient Near Eastern and Mediterranean context, Professor Vayntrub highlights the unique characteristics of biblical poetry and shows how novices and experts alike can appreciate the beauty and insights of these texts.