Charlie Shaffer, president of the class of 1964, encourages his classmates to attend their 50th reunion in Chapel Hill May 8-11, 2014.
Check out this video for past Homecoming highlights. We have a blast each year, and we can’t wait for you to come home, too.
Professor Jim Johnson delivers a lecture titled “The Great Demographic Disruptions: Implications for Workforce Planning, Business Development, and Consumer Markets” to alumni and students at UNC on Nov. 7th, 2013.
The George Watts Hill Alumni Center opened its doors in 1993 and remains your Carolina home.
Dr. Carol Folt, the first woman to serve as chancellor, was installed on University Day 2013, the day that commemorates the 1793 laying of the cornerstone of Old East, the nation’s first state university building. The GAA organized the processional.
Alumni throughout the southeast, and from as far away as California and Texas, gathered in Chapel Hill, June 13-16, 2013, for the second annual Alumni Summer College. Attendees explored new ways to study the south. From their move into Old East to…
Classes of 1953, 1963, 1968, 1973 and the Old Students Club returned to Carolina for annual Spring Reunions.
The Supreme Court in American Life: 1963/2013 with Walter Dellinger ’63 who, during his time as Solicitor General, argued nine cases before the Supreme Court, the most by any Solicitor General in recent years.
Race, Desegregation, and Chapel Hill, 1959-63 with Jim Reston ’63, Lester Carson ’63, Richard King ’63 and Jim Wallace ’64. Jim Wallace’s extraordinary photographs of the protest movement against Chapel Hill’s segregated public accommodations during…
Global Crossroads: The Growing International Importance of Southeast Asia with Peter Coclanis, Albert R. Newsome Professor and former chair of the UNC history department, and serves as director of the Global Research Institute at UNC. The strategic…