This 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.
Together 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.
The GAA and Carolina Public Humanities present a panel discussion of the impact on mental health and well-being on adults and children during these unprecedented times.
Listen as a GAA-selected panel of experts examine the impact of COVID-19 in more detail and from a variety of perspectives.
It’s always a great day to be a Tar Heel, especially if that day includes a Homecoming win over Duke.
Participants came to Carolina’s 226th birthday celebration to talk about the life-changing help provided by the University’s people and the programs they run.
Justin Donaton ’99, teammate of Ryan Kohart ’98, joins GAA President Doug Dibbert ’70 during the annual remembrance ceremony for the six alumni killed in the 9/11 attacks.