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Folt said she appreciates the actions taken by the police to ensure the community’s safety.
The free exchange of ideas is what makes ours a vibrant community, and we will continue to protect that right. At the same time, we are equally committed to the safety of our campus community.
Chancellor Carol L. Folt welcomed the Class of 2022 during New Student Convocation on Sunday night.
Mitch Prinstein, the John Van Seters Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Carolina, looks at why some people are popular, why others struggle and “what you can do to make sure you have the kind of popularity that predicts the most fulfilling and longest life possible.”
Nearly 3,400 first-year students are moving onto campus this weekend.
Press the play button to see how eight years after competing in the Winter Olympics, Rachael Flatt is beginning a new journey as a graduate student at Carolina.
Bayard Wootten was a single mother in 1904 when she borrowed a camera and started taking and selling pictures to support her family. By the end of her life, she had made more than a million images and had gained a reputation as a true pioneer. Her work is featured in this exhibition March 27 - November 4, 2018.
A full-scale exhibition about the world in which Mary Shelley wrote her classic novel “Frankenstein,” curated by undergraduate students from Professor Jeanne Moskal’s English 295 Honors class.
The 19th annual Carolina Global Photography Competition will be accepting submissions until September 15, 2018.