Feb. 28, 2018
Seventy Carolina alumni are serving in the Peace Corps, bringing UNC back into the organization’s top five volunteer-producing colleges and universities list. Carolina is ranked No. 4 in the report released this week by the...Read More
Nov. 14, 2017
Nearly a third of Americans suffer from chronic noncancer pain, a condition often treated with opioids. The effectiveness of this chronic opioid therapy is currently unclear and exposes individuals to potential risks, including opioid abuse...Read More
April 25, 2017
The University has received an $877,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation that will enable the Southern Historical Collection to further develop its transformative model for community-driven archives. In addition to several community archiving...Read More
UNC’s Interfraternity Council will host a dinner on Sunday, Feb. 13, to benefit people who suffered losses in the December tsunamis. The event will be at the Barn at Fearrington Village.
Cost of the four-course dinner, including wine sampling and musical entertainment, is $125 per person. Fearrington’s donation of the dinner will enable the IFC to give all the money to the Habitat for Humanity Asia Tsunami Relief Fund. Dean Smith will be the special guest at the dinner.
To purchase tickets and for directions to Fearrington, 10 miles south of Chapel Hill, call 888-861-5172.
The IFC represents 21 fraternities at UNC.