Then-and-now reflections — some deeply personal, some the kind anyone who has passed through Chapel Hill as a college student might make —seasoned the 25th, 20th and 15th milestone reunions at La Residence.
The Homecoming 2017 highlight for dozens of alumni from the class of 1992 came during halftime of the football game in Kenan Stadium, when they took to the field — and showed up larger than life on the Jumbotron — to be greeted with adulation by…
Amid a towering canopy of trees, an undulating lawn with crisscrossing bricks, and just enough of the sound of the pleasant lure of Franklin, it should be among the most splendid places on the campus.
When students of color and their allies…
No One-Trick Ponies
Music scholars applaud breadth of UNC program
Posted on July 25, 2017
Qiudi Zhang ’12 produces graphic art in Raleigh.
Lauren Schultes ’11 seals deals in her Boston sales job.
Chancellor Carol L. Folt has announced the Bridge Builders scholarships to honor people whose work, advocacy and personal example helped forge a more inclusive, unified and aspirational Carolina community.
Until now, Gray Squirrel Coffee Co. has nested itself inside other places.
Bookworms who stepped into the lobby of the Chapel Hill Public Library recently have been greeted by the aroma of its coffee. And the original shop was inside…
The awards, presented at the GAA Board of Directors fall meeting, recognize alumni age 40 or younger at the time of their selection for bringing credit to the University through their achievements.