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Overcoming HIV latency is a major step toward creating a cure for HIV. For the first time, scientists at Carolina, Emory University and Qura Therapeutics – a partnership between Carolina and ViiV Healthcare – have found a new approach that can expose latent HIV.
For the past 35 years, Carolina and the Chapel Hill community have honored the late civil rights leader by celebrating current students who are working to improve their community.
Korean studies majors will take Korean language courses as well as courses in Korean culture, literature, history and politics.
From military heroes and doctors to makers and future business leaders, these Tar Heels are primed to take on the world’s biggest issues.
A member of the first cohort of the Carolina Center for Public Service’s MacDonald Community Service Scholars program, graduating senior Hanan Alazzam has spent more than 1,000 hours over the past three years putting others before herself.
Graduating senior Kolby Hunter overcame many obstacles on his journey to Carolina. With the help of University support programs, he thrived on his way to a college degree.
An exhibition of photographs in the Pleasants Family Assembly Room of Wilson Library provides a look at African-American life and culture in a small Mississippi town during the 1970s.
This Wilson Library exhibition examines six modes of travel and what they reveal about four centuries of African American experience.
Black North Carolinians have faced unique and daunting obstacles in seeking freedom, equality and opportunity. Their writings present stories of survival and persistence, individual achievement, the joys of family and community, and faith in a better future for all Americans. A selection of works by 34 of these writers is featured in this exhibition.