Out of the Blue is a monthly e-newsletter from your UNC General Alumni Association to help keep alumni and friends of UNC informed and up-to-date about what’s happening at Carolina, with links to top news articles produced by the…
Carolina ranks fourth among universities nationally in the number of our alumni who currently serve in the corps. In addition to the 70 people now serving, more than 1,300 of you have served since 1964. We’re interested in hearing your experiences.
The Carolina Alumni Review’s podcasts expand our storytelling and features previews of many of the GAA’s award-winning programs — connecting you to Carolina’s stories and history. Just tap and listen.
Covers of the Carolina Alumni Review showcase more than 100 years of campus scenes and moments in UNC history. Take your favorite with you wherever you go when you order a framed cover reproduction.
The progression of time changes the look and feel of our campus and our town. The Carolina Alumni Review has matched archival photographs to current images taken at the same place and from the same perspective.
The Carolina Alumni Review periodically accompanies its feature stories with breath-taking photos. Here we have assembled some galleries of these photos including some that we couldn’t fit into the magazine.
As Carolina has become more attractive, competition at the admissions office continues to increase. This Class Profile details information provided by UNC’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions about students who applied to Carolina, about those who…
Eleven individuals have served the University as chancellor over more than 70 years, and their period of combined service encompasses the massive growth and the political and social changes that have redefined Chapel Hill since the world changed and…
The Carolina Alumni Memorial of Those Lost in Military Service honors alumni who were killed during wartime. On Memorial Day, reflect back with the online edition of this memorial.
This monthly e-newsletter features GAA events and happenings, news from campus and a young alumni profile. The Quad has been crafted to be fun and Tar Heel entertaining.