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The Food Issue

As we considered what to fold into the Review's first food issue, alumni emerged as a main ingredient - people on adventures associated with growing, raising, preparing and sharing.

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GAA Family Day at Bell Tower

Tar Heels of all ages are invited to this family-style tailgate when Carolina takes on San Diego State Sept. 6. Enjoy food, games and more. Don't miss out on the fun - register today.

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Students Can Get Involved

From day one, the General Alumni Association nurtures our newest Tar Heels. From the Student Alumni Association to Order of the Bell Tower, the GAA provides several unique opportunities and leadership training for current students.

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Travel with UNC Faculty in 2015

From the Mississippi Delta to the Mediterranean, travel across the globe with UNC faculty and staff in 2015.

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Climb the Bell Tower

Look for your General Alumni Association at the Bell Tower prior to each 2014 home football game. The GAA has arranged to have the Bell Tower open so you can walk up and enjoy the view from this campus landmark.

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Collectible Covers Autorenew Your Memebership


Kenan-Flagler Plans Online MAC Program

Kenan-Flagler Business School has long offered one of the nation's top-ranked master of accounting programs. Starting next summer, the school plans to also make the program available online.

Criminal Charge Against Nyang'oro Dropped

Julius Nyang'oro has been cooperating with the current investigation into academic fraud at UNC.

UNC Gets Millions to Expand Solar Energy Research

UNC's Energy Frontier Research Center for Solar Fuels has received $10.8 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to advance emerging solar energy technologies and to turn these technologies into devices that can efficiently produce fuels.

Willingham Files Lawsuit Against UNC

Mary Willingham, the former learning specialist whose controversial research suggested that a number of Carolina athletes were ill-prepared for academic success in college, claims she was subjected to a hostile work environment.

New Mosaics Discovered in Excavations in Galilee

Excavations led by Carolina's Jodi Magness have revealed stunning new mosaics decorating the floor of a fifth-century synagogue at an ancient village in Israel.

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