A $2 million gift, which also honors Doug Dibbert ’70 for his leadership of the GAA, will fund the Lt. Col. Bernard W. Dibbert Carolina Covenant for Military Families Endowed Scholarship Fund for up to 25 students a year.
Students gather outside of South Building to say goodbye to Chancellor Carol L. Folt as she steps down from her position.
University Day 2018, celebrating Carolina’s 225th anniversary as the first public university in America.
First-year student Dylan Melisarato, nephew of Christopher Quackenbush ’79, joins GAA President Doug Dibbert ’70 and UNC Chancellor Carol L. Folt during the annual remembrance ceremony for the six alumni killed in the 9/11 attacks.
In a 2011 WUNC-TV broadcast, C.D. Spangler Jr. ’54 talks with his fellow former UNC presidents about the legislation that brought all 16 of North Carolina’s public universities into the UNC System.
We’re marking 175 years of the GAA serving Carolina and everyone connected to it. Watch this video to celebrate.
Mike Wiley ’04 has been performing for school and regional theater audiences for almost two decades as a solo artist, and he often plays more than two dozen characters during a performance.
David Post ’71 renovated an old RV, painted it green and emblazoned the side with a replica of the Constitution and the name of his new nonprofit, Center for Access to Justice.
In 1993, the George Watts Hill Alumni Center opened its doors to become a home for all Carolina alumni. As the center marks its 25th year, we hope you’ll stop by to visit the next time you’re in the Southern Part of Heaven.