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The U.S. Marine Corps veteran and co-founder of Carolina for Kibera to give keynote address.
The week of events will examine the theme of "Crises of Citizenship" through an art exhibit, films, concert, lectures and panels .
The researchers created a time-lapse movie of the object, known officially by its interplanetary ID as Starman 2018-017A, as it tumbled through space at nearly 8,000 mph.
The University's women's tennis team won its third ITA National Team Indoor title in program history on Monday.
TEDxUNC: Colorwheel challenged audience members to embrace a more nuanced and colorful understanding of humanity.
Laurie Mesibov will take over the University's Ombuds Office as the interim director. The office is a safe space to discuss any University-related issues, problems, or disputes and is available to all students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
A seismic shift in global education has taken place. The College of Arts & Sciences' Study Abroad Program offers more than 330 programs in 70 countries. Three students share their transformational experiences.
In this week’s podcast, we talk with assistant professor of sport administration Jonathan Jensen about sports marketing and Olympic sponsorships.
Rochelle Small-Toney had never played basketball before arriving at Carolina. But by her senior year, she was making history on the court.
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.
The Graduate School's program focuses on helping students navigate the academic culture as a graduate-level scholar and thrive as advanced students.
Before the age of 40, Peter Henry was named Dean of New York University. But it was his experience and the education he received at Carolina as a Morehead-Cain Scholar that laid the foundation for a professional career devoted to helping people
View photography from around the world in this exhibition featuring work by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumni, faculty, staff and students. The exhibition will run through July 20, 2018 at the FedEx Global Education Center. All photography on display was submitted as part of UNC’s annual Carolina Global Photography Competition.
Renzo Ortega (1974) began his artistic career in the art and underground music scene of his native Lima-Perú. Later he emigrated to the United States, he lived and worked in New York for over sixteen years. In the fall of 2016, Renzo relocated to Carrboro, North Carolina.
Twenty years ago, Pastor Paul’s church was nothing more than a modest storefront, but his new ideas about the nature of salvation may just turn his congregation of thousands back into a congregation of one.
Moliere's classic comedy about the most terribly delicious conman religion has ever known.
Registration is now open for Dangerous Liaisons at the Ackland!