The Review reaches nearly 72,000 readers, including dues-paying GAA members, student members of the GAA and UNC’s full-time faculty and senior administrators.
Issues from the most recent five years are available to GAA members only, as a perk of membership in the association; earlier issues are open to anyone. Tools are available for searching, sharing, printing and downloading articles and photos.
To mark the magazine’s centennial in 2012, all 100 years of the Review dating to October 1912 were added to this digital archive. Also available here are digital editions of the University Report, the tabloid newspaper companion to the Review that the GAA first published in 1970, renamed as the University Alumni Report in 1989 and merged into the Review in 1994. It carried Class Notes, obituaries, sports and alumni association news during those years.
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Don't miss: A Carolina Evening With Coach Anson Dorrance ’74, Nov. 2, 7-9 p.m. at the George Watts Hill Alumni Center. GAA members save $15. This Carolina Evening brings you the life and career of famed UNC women’s soccer coach Anson Dorrance ’74, presented by Freddie Kiger ’74 (’77 MAT) followed by a visit from Coach Dorrance himself. Entering his 45 years of coaching for UNC, Dorrance claims an astounding 21 NCAA Women’s Soccer titles. https://alumni.unc.edu/events/n-c-history-series-a-carolina-evening-with-anson-dorrance/ #UNCAlumni
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Unforgettable experience, jetsetting soon: Unpack once with Tar Heels and friends on our Nov. 27 trip to Europe’s Holiday Markets. Tar Heel Travel has helped UNC alumni and friends explore their world for more than 50 years. See this trip, and more: https://unc.live/3AWYggw
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From the Carolina Alumni Review: UNC Can Continue Using Race Among Admission Criteria, Federal Judge Rules
UNC has not used race in a discriminatory way in deciding admissions and may continue considering it as a factor, a federal judge ruled Monday in a lawsuit filed almost seven years ago. “UNC has met its burden of demonstrating with clarity that its undergraduate admissions program withstands strict scrutiny and is therefore constitutionally permissible,” U.S. District Judge Loretta C. Biggs wrote.
Read more about the issues the case raised and the judge’s reasoning: https://unc.live/3BZw8KP.
New in our popular N.C. History Series: Explore the Blue Ridge Parkway on Oct. 26 with Freddie Kiger '74. Can't make it? Sign up to see the recording until Nov. 30. GAA members save $10. https://unc.live/2XruToN #UNCAlumni
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Our newest event is a crowd-pleaser 🎁 Give the gift of amazing holiday cocktails this season, and learn how to make them ahead of party time. Don't miss, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m., $5 class, wherever you are. Tap the link in our bio to sign up ❤️ #UNCAlumni
On the Road in the Pandemic: Michelle Fishburne '84 says she's not an oral historian, but for six months in 2020, she collected 300 stories from people in 37 states and Washington, D.C., capturing the day-to-day lives of Americans during a time of heightened political, social, racial and economic polarization. "The lease on my house had expired, I had my curiosity and my mobile home." GAA members, read on in the latest Carolina Alumni Review. alumni.unc.edu/car
Class of 2020 (finally!) tossed their caps in Kenan Stadium this weekend, celebrating their long-awaited Commencement Weekend. #UNC20 also climbed the Bell Tower, and made memories at the 2020 photo op stop right outside George Watts Hill Alumni Center. Congrats, #UNCAlumni 🎉