In My MindThe UNC Clef Hangers record a performance of “Carolina In My Mind” to be played during this year’s Commencement ceremonies.
Her Christmas StoryIn a life defined by her love of books, The Night Before Christmas holds a special meaning for Elinor Dixon Hawkins ’50 that extends well beyond the holiday season.
“I tell people all the time what a beautiful thing it is to have it…
Explore the 2020 Elections VirtuallyThe results of the 2020 Elections will have a major impact on how the country moves forward. Join us to explore the many aspects of the political landscape in this election year as we consider several perspectives and points of view. Panelists…
Think Fast … Institutionalized Racism in AmericaThis Think Fast… forum focuses on why institutionalized racism continues to have a stronghold in America and what measures we can take to combat this systemic problem.
A Priceless Gem, Now and ForeverTogether we can do great things in unprecedented times. We’re #UNCAlumni. On May 31, we marked 177 years of the GAA serving The University of North Carolina and everyone connected to it — alumni, students and the Carolina community.
From the Carolina Alumni Review: Nine Tar Heels Competing in Tokyo Olympics
Six will be playing for U.S. teams and three for other countries in the competition that formally gets underway Friday.
Check out the Tar Heels to cheer on: https://unc.live/36TxBEH
From the Carolina Alumni Review: New Department Combines Earth, Marine, Environmental Sciences
The new academic unit in the College of Arts and Sciences brings together more than 30 faculty, nearly 70 graduate students and numerous postdocs and research and technical staff at labs and facilities on campus and at the coastal marine lab at Morehead City.
Learn how the move aims for the next generation of scholars to “extend beyond the artificial boundaries of traditional disciplines”: https://unc.live/3eDNTWz
From the Carolina Alumni Review: New Outreach Program to Aid Vets With Traumatic Brain Injuries
The Transforming Health and Resilience in Veterans (THRIVE) program at the Matthew Gfeller Center in the UNC College of Arts and Sciences aims to help hundreds of veterans over the next decade who suffer from traumatic brain injuries as a result of their military service.
The program was established by a $12.5 million gift from the Gary Sinise Foundation Avalon Network. Learn more about the services and resources it will provide: https://unc.live/2UwriEz.
From the Carolina Alumni Review: COVID-19 Impact on Athletics Budget Rosier Than Expected
After a year of campus challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, Carolina athletics delivered some good news to Tar Heel supporters in July: The department managed to avoid — by far — the deep financial wound it expected to suffer in the 2020-21 fiscal year.
Learn how they tackled the problem: https://unc.live/3hRta3I