Jan. 13, 2017
There is something new to see on the campus. Two things, really — history lessons in white and black. A year and a half after a spring punctuated with the protests that students of color...Read More
Jan. 15, 2016
Life often was a struggle for Bayard Wootten, and for many of her subjects, as she pursued early 20th-century photography on her own terms. The north-facing windows above 142 E. Franklin St. were modified, long...Read More
Sept. 4, 2015
A class sweater, a dress purchased on Franklin Street — a piece of clothing that captures the essence of your years at Carolina. Would you be willing to donate or lend it to the North...Read More
If you’re going abroad, take your camera, and send your best stuff back to Chapel Hill. The University Center for International Studies has opened its fifth annual International Education Week Photography Competition to alumni.
Previously just for students, faculty and staff, the program gathers photos that represent international or cross-cultural experiences. Entries are being accepted between Aug. 1 and Nov. 4.
After judging, winners will be exhibited on campus during International Education Week Nov. 14-18.
Photos from the 2004 contest were featured in the March/April 2005 issue of the Carolina Alumni Review, which is available online to GAA members.